The unofficial site to help you determine whether you are in fact a
historic Quebec anglophone
If you are, you will be entitled to continue receiving services in English from the government and its various agencies and departments (at least from the same ones that make them available now). If you are not, then you will find new restrictions limiting your access to those same services. You may be asking, why this is necessary. Why would you suddenly need to ‘prove’ your historical status as an anglophone in Quebec?
During a recent provincial government press briefing, Premier Francois Legault sarcastically referred to Montreal Gazette reporter Aaron Derfel - whose outstanding investigative reporting on CHSLD’s has somehow managed to embarrass and/or anger the government, as - “Aaron something.”
The premier has yet to apologize for that affront.
This t-shirt serves as a reminder that a reporter’s job is to keep the public informed about important events, even when it may be critical of those in power.
Proceeds from the sale of the “Aaron Something” T-shirts will be going to support the Hero Project, feeding front line workers in the battle against Covid19.
Thank you for your support.