OQLF shows slight increase of French signage in Montreal between 2010 and 2012

Saturday, June 02, 2012

From the OQLF website here; here is one part:

The Quebec Office of the French Language (OQLF) published five studies today on the language of commerce and business as well as languages used on the internet.

The display of company names shows a slight improvement between 2010 and 2012. The studies show that in 2012, 82% of shops had a company name that complies with the Charter of the French language in downtown Montreal, compared to 77% in 2020. This is a slight increase, especially with shops on the street, where compliance went from 78% to 85%.

The studies also reveal that French service in 2012 was available 95% of the time, about the same as that in 2010.


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