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Quebec Premier François Legault has written a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promoting his proposed reform to the province’s language law, which includes a potential change to the Canadian constitution. The letter, published on Legault’s Facebook page Saturday, outlines some of the main changes to Quebec’s language law included in the reform bill. They include tougher sign laws and stronger language requirements for businesses, including those in federally-regulated industries, as well as for governments and schools. The letter argues that Quebec has the power to unilaterally change the Canadian constitution to affirm that Quebec is a nation and that French is its official language.

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