What I’m reading: Update: Quebecers invited to say ‘au revoir’ to ‘bonjour-hi’ | Montreal Gazette

My thoughts: In my opinion, this is Government over-reach. A business should be able to instruct it’s employees to greet customers however it wishes and not have law imposed on the semantics of a workplace. If a business wants to greet me in Japanese, it should be able to. It is my choice whether to shop there.

Imagine the Government telling business it can no longer use the word “save” because in reality, you have to spend. It is ridiculous the people put up with the waste of time their Government spends on useless bills and laws. How much money did that debate cost the tax payers? Why do they not care?

This decision does not make Quebec business friendly at all. Read the story and tell me what you think.

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