L'incessante pleurniche anglophone depuis la défaite libérale
Anglophone Quebecers are feeling far less secure about their future in the province under the Coalition Avenir Québec government, a new poll suggests. Nine months after the CAQ was voted into power, the vast majority of respondents to a Forum Research survey conducted in late July said they’re more worried about their rights as English-speaking citizens than they were two years ago. They also feel the government is doing a worse job of protecting their rights, and of attracting and retaining English-speaking people to the province. Most feel services for anglophones in Quebec have declined.