Quebec Canada: Language police says Italian restaurant has too many Italian words

Posted on February 21, 2013 • Filed under: North America, Travel News reported warns Italian restaurant owners in French-speaking Quebec, beware: your Italian menu may come under the scrutiny of Canada’s language police. Massimo Lecas, the owner of high-end Italian eatery Buonanotte, told CBC that Quebec’s office of French language, or OQLF, contacted him on Feb. 14 with an unusual complaint: his Italian restaurant’s menu contained too many Italian words. Read Article

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