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Québec
In office
Premier
Coalition avenir Québec
1,952 days in office
42nd Legislature of Quebec
03 Dec 2018 - 28 Aug 2022
43rd Legislature of Quebec
20 Oct 2022 - Present

The 2022 Quebec general election held on October 3, 2022 resulted in a second decisive victory for the Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ), led by François Legault. The CAQ won 90 of the 125 seats in the National Assembly, 16 more than in 2018, with 40.98% of the popular vote.

For more details on the Legault government’s first mandate, we invite you to consult the Legault Polimeter I and the following book: Bilan du gouvernement de la CAQ : Entre nationalisme et pandémie (2022).

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Promise History

2.08.02 - “A CAQ government will] [c]ontinue the policies of Bill 96 and ensure protection of the French language”

Partially kept
13-Nov-2023

« Le ministre de la Langue française, M. Jean-François Roberge, annonce le lancement de deux appels de projets en vertu du programme En français, naturellement! et du Programme de promotion et de valorisation de la langue française. Les appels de projets sont d’une durée de cinq semaines et prendront fin le 13 décembre prochain.  »

Partially kept
01-Sep-2023

« Québec octroie un montant de 1,5 million de dollars à la Ville de Montréal sur trois ans pour la promotion et la valorisation du français dans la métropole, a annoncé vendredi le ministre de la Langue française, Jean-François Roberge.  »

Partially kept
21-Aug-2023

« Le ministre de la Langue française, M. Jean-François Roberge a annoncé aujourd’hui l’octroi d’une aide financière de 4,9 millions $ à la Société de télédiffusion du Québec (Télé-Québec). Cette somme permettra à Télé-Québec de réaliser un jeu télévisé valorisant la langue française. // Destiné à un public familial, le jeu s’intitulera La langue dans ma poche et sera diffusé sur une base hebdomadaire à compter de l’hiver 2024. 52 épisodes de 30 minutes seront ainsi diffusés à heure de grande écoute et ce, jusqu’en décembre 2025.  »

Partially kept
29-May-2023

« Le gouvernement du Québec lancera le 1er juin prochain Francisation Québec, qui deviendra l’unique point d’accès gouvernemental en matière d’apprentissage du français. […] À compter du 1er juin donc, et de manière progressive, Francisation Québec facilitera l’accès aux services gouvernementaux d’apprentissage du français pour un ensemble de nouvelles clientèles. Instituée au sein du ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI), Francisation Québec facilitera également l’apprentissage en classe, à distance, en ligne et en milieu de travail, ainsi qu’à toute l’aide financière disponible aux personnes, aux organismes et aux entreprises admissibles.  »

Partially kept
25-May-2023
Justification

Coming into force of a Bill 96 measure.

“Just saying you are an anglophone with existing language rights will get you government services in English under Quebec’s new language law, Bill 96, the minister responsible for the French language said Wednesday”

Partially kept
25-May-2023
Justification

The application of this measure is to come.

“Premier François Legault said that will be possible after an immigration reform that will require the vast majority of people who come through the province’s economic immigration system to speak French before they arrive.//‘From the moment we are able to, because there’s real openness on the part of the federal government, say that the increase is only francophones, or people who have mastered French, that completely changes the situation,’ he told reporters Thursday in Quebec City”

Partially kept
28-Mar-2023
Justification

This consultation platform will allow the government to target priorities to reverse the decline of the official language and protect the French language.

“The Minister of the French Language, Jean-François Roberge, launched this morning a consultation platform that will allow the government to target priorities to reverse the decline of Quebec’s official language. This initiative will contribute to the work of the Groupe d’action pour l’avenir de la langue française […] // In the form of an online questionnaire, this public forum aims to gather the population’s ideas for ensuring the future and sustainability of Quebec’s official language. At the same time, researchers, specialists, organizations and civil society groups will be invited to submit a brief that will include proposals for structuring measures to ensure the future of the French language.” (Traduction”

Partially kept
21-Mar-2023
Justification

Le gouvernement poursuit dans la lignée de la loi 96 en prévoyant des investissements de 649 millions de dollars d’ici 2027-2028 afin de promouvoir la langue et la culture française.

“several measures have been taken to curb the decline of the French language in Québec, including the enactment in June 2022 of Bill 96, An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec. The government will continue to take action in this matter by accelerating the implementation of the Act and adopting the tools necessary to monitor the language situation in Québec. // Investments of $649 million by 2027-2028 are provided to promote culture and the French language”

Partially kept
21-Mar-2023
Justification

Through this funding, the government is continuing to promote the French language in accordance with Bill 96.

“In this regard, Budget 2023-2024 is setting aside $87.9 million over five years, that is: // $52.9 million to ensure the implementation of An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec; // $27.5 million to establish a government dashboard of indicators on the language situation in Québec and monitor the linguistic characteristics of the population on a yearly basis; // $7.5 million to support the national campaign for the defence, promotion and advancement of the French language in Québec”

Partially kept
27-Jan-2023
Justification

Through this action group for the future of the French language, the government is working in line with Bill 96 to protect and promote the French language.

“The Minister of the French Language, Jean-François Roberge, took advantage of the Coalition Avenir Québec’s pre-sessional caucus in Laval to announce the creation of an action group for the future of the French language, one of the Legault government’s top priorities. This group will be tasked with identifying ways to halt the decline of the French language in Quebec. // Chaired by Mr. Roberge, the group will determine the main directions of the government’s Action Plan for the Future of the French Language, which will be developed during the year 2023.” (Traduction”

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