Monday, May 22, 2017


Former city councillor, francophone rights activist and provincial cabinet minister Madeleine Meilleur seems well qualified to become Canada’s next commissioner of official languages. But the twists and turns of her candidacy leave a lot to be desired, given that the office is supposed to be strictly non-partisan.
Meilleur blandly told a Commons committee this week that after leaving Ontario politics, she approached Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top aide about a federal job.

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