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加拿大魁北克省法律要求网站必须使用双语发布

MONTREAL – A couple selling maple syrup over the Internet has been fined for operating an English-only Web site in Quebec.

Muriel and Stanley Reid were cited for violating Quebec”s language law, Bill 101. They plan to challenge the fine in court.

The Reids and at least 10 people in the province have been fined under the French Language Charter while doing business in cyberspace.

The law allows retailers to display English words. But there must be a French translation, seen as markedly predominant.

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