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Tennessee school district bans graphic novel Maus about the Holocaust over ‘inappropriate language’
books
Gaelic version of Anne of Green Gables brings beloved story to its roots
canada
A small Cape Breton schoolhouse offers hope for the future of Gaelic in Canada
opinion
How François Legault remade politics in Quebec, and Canada, in 2021
The Editorial Board
canada
Ever-expanding list of banned words at Quebec’s National Assembly offers a portrait of a distinct province
canada
Must equal-opportunity French immersion in Toronto include long bus rides for small children?
opinion
After two years of loss, the last thing I want to do is lose my mother tongue, too
Leonarda Carranza
the decibel
The business case for being bilingual
opinion
CEOs, stop whining about learning French. How can you lead if you can’t speak to your people?
Rita Trichur
Rita Trichur
basketball
Lakers’ LeBron James fined $15,000 by NBA for obscene gesture
opinion
Will the COP26 summit make a difference? Only if this momentum turns into action
Adam Radwanski
Adam Radwanski
world
COP26 talks resume with new draft agreement; delegates debate reparations, fossil fuel subsidies
book review
Speak Not is a welcome addition to critiques of empire and studies of language policy and politics
sports
Chairman of English county cricket team Essex quits after racism allegation
report on business
SNC-Lavalin CEO calls off Montreal speech as language debate in Quebec intensifies
report on business
Chrystia Freeland tells Air Canada that learning French should be part of CEO Michael Rousseau’s performance review
opinion
Sure, it would be better if Air Canada’s CEO spoke French, but it’s not essential
Ashley Nunes
report on business
Federal politicians piling on Air Canada CEO; NDP calls for Rousseau’s resignation
opinion
Tone-deaf Air Canada CEO steps into a linguistic lion’s den
Konrad Yakabuski
Konrad Yakabuski
report on business
Air Canada CEO pledges to learn French amid backlash in Quebec over language comments
world
Facebook knew about and failed to police abusive content globally: documents
canada
For many Filipino-Canadian families, preserving their language happens one word at a time
british columbia
Federal Court settlement approved for day scholars at residential schools
report on business
Quebec’s language-law overhaul sparks fresh concerns from businesses over inspectors’ expanded powers
canada
Quebec’s proposed overhaul of its French-language charter under microscope at hearings
film
VIFF 2021: Indigenous filmmakers are here to teach, and be taught, long-lost language lessons
opinion
When companies stop pretending ‘meritocracy’ explains all-male boards, women advance
David Milstead
David Milstead
politics
Don’t equate plight of Indigenous people with Quebec, Singh tells Blanchet
first person
I grew up pushing away my family’s ‘foreignness.’ I wish I hadn’t
mobility
Automakers using What3words app to help drivers stay on track
morning update newsletter
Morning Update: The last Canadian Armed Forces rescue flight from Kabul’s airport departs today
world
U.S. COVID-19 vaccine approval is ‘seismic’ shift for legality of mandates, experts say
globe investor
Why lawn bowling is making a comeback, how terrible phone service affect seniors and the best English-speaking countries to retire in outside of North America
opinion
There’s more of a case for requiring the governor-general be bilingual than a Supreme Court justice
Andrew Coyne
Andrew Coyne
politics
Mary Simon installed as governor-general, first Indigenous person to serve as Queen’s federal representative in Canada
opinion
An investigation into Mary Simon’s nomination for governor-general is a colonialist insult
Gary Mason
Gary Mason