South Glengarry to vote on sign language bylaw
The township of South Stormont passed a similar motion in September of this year.
The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, November 13, 2012 11:47AM EST
Last Updated Tuesday, November 13, 2012 12:30PM EST
SOUTH GLENGARRY, Ont. -- The Township of South Glengarry will vote tonight on a bylaw allowing all businesses to put up signage in whatever language they chose.
The township east of Cornwall is following in the footsteps of another eastern Ontario municipality when it comes to language rights.
South Stormont passed a similar resolution in September.
The largely symbolic bylaw is meant as a push back to other municipalities passing laws requiring all businesses to have bilingual signage.
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