It was the first time Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau faced his rivals directly in this federal election campaign, but Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer spent a great deal of time in the hot seat during the first French-language debate.
The Federal Court has ordered Air Canada to pay a total of $21,000 to two francophones for repeated violations of their language rights, including seatbelts on which the instruction to "lift" the buckle was marked only in English.
Thousands of Montrealers chanted for solidarity and loudly denounced Premier Francois Legault on Sunday, April 7, 2019, as they took to the streets to oppose the Quebec government's proposed secularism bill.
After days of backlash over its cuts to institutions serving francophones, Ontario's Progressive Conservative government says it's making changes meant to recognize the "significant and ongoing" contributions of the Franco-Ontarian community.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's recent decision to cancel plans for a new French university and slash the French-language commissioner position in the province has outraged Franco-Ontarians, writes Toula Drimonis.
A meeting about expanding trade between Canada's two most populous provinces appeared to be overshadowed by language issues on Monday, with the premiers at odds over support for the French language in Ontario.