On June 1, 2022, Bill 96, an act passed by the Québec legislature, became law. In general, Bill 96 broadens French language requirements, affecting many aspects of commercial, governmental, and public life in Québec. Sanctions for non-compliance can include fines ranging up to $7,000 per day for individuals and up to $30,000 per day for entities, with increased fines for repeat offenders.
Bill 96’s new requirements include the following:
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