But the Coalition Avenir Québec government says it is working on a plan to deal with the new policy, which is to be included in the government’s legislation overhauling the Charter of the French Language, Bill 96.

The bill has not been adopted, but the clause entrenching the courses, originally proposed by the Quebec Liberals, is now part of the legislation in the form of an amendment added during the clause-by-clause study by a committee.

“We are sounding the alarm,” Bernard Tremblay, president of the CEGEP federation that includes five anglophone colleges, said in an interview with the Montreal Gazette.

“This was not in the original bill. It was discussed by MNAs on the committee who, with respect, are not specialists of this question.

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