OLF laws to our detriment

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There once was a little
journal that tried,
To stop the English
cultural genocide,
But for the Office de la
langue française,
Their proponents
have no room for
accommodation,
And view any
semblance of Anglophones’ integration,
As mauvais, mauvais, mauvais!


There once was a little
journal that tried,
To stop the English
cultural genocide,
But for the Office de la
langue française,
Their proponents
have no room for
accommodation,
And view any
semblance of Anglophones’ integration,
As mauvais, mauvais, mauvais!

Perhaps my little poem is not considered politically correct. Looking over the descendents of my Father’s Father, Wm. Harold Elliott, he was one of nine children; my father had three siblings, all of whom lived and worked in Quebec. The next generation, my sisters and cousins, lived and went to school in Shawville. But when I take a survey now, only 37 of us are living or have died in Quebec while the remaining 130 live in the rest of Canada or the US; they are professionals… teachers, accountants, entrepreneurs, skilled tradesmen, an air traffic controller, lawyer, professor, labourers, and so on.
Laws will change only when Quebec politicians realize that this exodus of bright talent is to our detriment.

Dulcie Elliott
Shawville