Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) Leader François Legault says he regrets that English-language content was published on his party’s website.
Campaigning ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election, Legault told reporters in the Montreal suburb of Longueuil on Wednesday that he intervened personally to have the content removed.
The party had published an English version of a document detailing its accomplishments during its four years in government.
Legault says that while the section on the party’s record was the only English-language campaign material on the CAQ website, the entire site should have been in French only.
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As of this afternoon, a section of the party’s website titled “Now. Our record” redirects to the French version of the document, and the only English content on the site is related to the COVID-19 pandemic and was published in January.
Legault’s government this year passed language legislation aimed at shoring up the position of French as the province’s official and common language.