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Something our future province is a symbol of francophones across Canada
Let's see if it's a good idea that our future province will be a symbol of francophones across Canada, such as:
1. If the English-speaking provinces do not stop to francophones in victims, such as private services, schools, Hospitals and others, so they never said it's okay, it depends on the decision the majority of the new French-Prescott-Russell province and decide to give example in linguistic minority as francophone minorities across Canada who are victims.
Here is a example that if the Montfort Hospital will close and the defenders are in jail, it depends on the majority of the new French-Prescott-Russell province and farm wanting a linguistic minority Montfort Hospital so that could be opened and released the defenders. Once was successful, the majority of the new French-Prescott-Russell and province could leave the hospital opened anglophone minority.
If francophone services are private to abolish the moment when it is they say it's okay, most of the new French-Prescott-Russell and province did not need to complain to the linguistic minority, since services remain served.
If the government of the new province of Prescott-Russell and abolishes something in linguistic minority, otherwise the Anglophone provinces show an example among francophone minorities have lost something when governments abolished, such as services. If the government of Prescott-Russell and resumes as it was prior to the linguistic minority, it will be the same for the English-speaking provinces where governments resumes been like that before for francophone minorities.
2. We will see in the Anglophone provinces when some of its municipalities will become bilingual because we have our bilingualism municipality and not unilingual francophones of Quebec municipalities. If you remember in 1990 that cities Sault Ste Marie, Thunder Bay and twenty-six Ontario municipalities have become unilingual English because the law 178 of the Robert Bourassa government and they have reasons. Once our county will be a province, we will see when the twenty-eight municipalities will again become bilingual and cease what Quebec is becoming a unilingual French province, it is like a country. But if cities Sault Ste Marie, Thunder Bay and twenty-six municipalities refuse to become bilingual, it will be the choice of the majority of Prescott French and Russell when he became a province that our municipalities will become or not unilingual francophone, but if some anglophone province some municipalities became bilingual, while our municipalities remain bilingual and it is our only hope. But when Prescott and Russell is still a county, we do not think Sault Ste Marie, Thunder Bay and twenty-six municipalities will again become bilingual because of Quebec, our county government takes and you can not have government a county.
3. We will see when the governments provincial and territories anglophone continue for services and municipals to something else, to the counties and predominantly francophone areas and check in our new Prescott and Russell province continue services and municipals to something else, to counties and predominantly Anglophone regions and that's what we'll do.