QUEBEC — The Coalition Avenir Québec is blasting the government for handing a new job to the former head of its language enforcement agency.
“It’s this detestable game of musical chairs that Quebecers are fed
up with,” CAQ leader François Legault told Premier Pauline Marois during
question period Thursday.
Legault was reacting to news that less than a week after the
government removed the president of the Office québécois de la langue
française, Louise Marchand, the Quebec cabinet quietly reassigned her.