The Canadian Press

1985-06-09 | Manitoba-language-laws

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The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Manitoba's English only laws were invalid. But the province was given a grace period to pass French versions. Francophone lawyer Roger Bilodeau was pleased with the decision.

Date: 1985-06-09
Placeline: Moncton, NB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 31 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I am plant in the sense that it definitely confirm the but the obligation that Manitoba has to publish it laws in both languages and I am happy that with the help has been done because it's the it the shows that the constitutional obligations whether they be in Quebec or different thicker Manitoba or Canada have to be a the bride with >>

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