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Office quebecois de la langue anglaise

OQLA is a not for profit organization made up of volunteers who are concerned about the
slow and methodical disappearance of the English language in Quebec.

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We thank you for having taken the time to visit our website and send out the letters of protest.

We are slowly but surely getting English signs back up.

In order to stay involved and receive updates about our progress, we recommend that you register as a member for our website. This way, you'll be notified of important press releases, updates and know when to send in your petitions to the latest negligent corporations.

Membership is free and it only takes a few seconds to sign up.

As a member, you will be able to upload your own experiences with signage in our image gallery, post in our discussion forums with other members and provide us with your opinions and feedback in the blog.

Please do not let English signage disappear from the face of Quebec.

 

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If you are already a member, don't stop there. Revisit the website to send in petitions and tell others to sign up.

We must fight for our rights while we still have rights.

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CONTACT INFO

Office quebecois de la langue anglaise
PO Box 32513
2445 Lucerne Rd
TMR H3R 2K0
info@oqla.org

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OQLA is a not for profit organization made up of volunteers who are concerned about the slow and methodical disappearance of the English language in Quebec. Our primary objectives are to preserve and promote the English language within the province, to ensure that the English language does not become extinct in Quebec, and to make sure that companies provide bilingual signage in accordance with the language laws of Quebec.