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Canadian Party of Quebec calls on federal govt. to protect access to health care – January 12, 2024
At a news conference in Ottawa, Colin Standish and Myrtis Fossey, the leader and deputy leader of the Canadian Party of Quebec, call on the federal government to protect the rights of linguistic minorities in Quebec. Standish also calls on federal Health Minister Mark Holland to reduce health-care transfer payments to the province until issues of unequal access are resolved. The Canadian Party of Quebec advocates for federalism, religious freedom and minority language rights in the province. It was launched ahead of the 2022 provincial election, where it won zero seats.
Canadian Party of Quebec leader speaks out against province’s French language bill – May 12, 2023
At a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canadian Party of Quebec Leader Colin Standish urges the federal government to disallow Bill 96, the Quebec government’s legislation to strengthen the provincial French language charter. He is joined by Myrtis Fossey, a clinical psychologist and former party candidate. Bill 96 received royal assent and passed into law in June 2022.
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