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August 15, 2011

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I want to do that route sometime. Looks wonderful.
You know I am glad the folks in BC don't waste their time putting everything in French. In Ontario, they do, because there is a 60,000 strong French community in a corner of the province - fewer people than speak Chinese for example. Yet they spend their money putting everything but everything that is of the provincial government in French (but not Chinese). Meanwhile in Quebec where there are hundreds of thousands of native English speakers, it is monolingual French and famously even private signs can only have English if it's half the size of the French text.

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