Air Canada has been ordered to pay $21,000 due to dispute with French Couple

Recently Air Canada was sued by a French couple for language violations. They claimed that Air Canada was biased towards English and anglophones when compared to French speakers. Their main concerns were the signage used by the airlines that had words in English “in larger font than the French ones.” As a result, Air Canada has been ordered to pay $21,000 to the couple and provide them with a written apology. The couple hopes that this case will result in Air Canada giving equal importance to both languages for their signs in the future.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/lynda-michel-thibodeau-french-language-rights-air-canada-1.5265126

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