Canada’s language police are going undercover in eight airports to ensure that passengers will hear their flights are delayed in both English and French.
After these taxpayer funded linguistic stakeouts, monoglots will have absolutely no excuse for leaving their bags unattended.
Canada’s bilingualism watchdog is going undercover at eight major airports to see if travellers are served equally well in English and French.
Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser says his office will conduct more than 1,500 anonymous observations this fall at airports in Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver.
He says audits of some of those airports have been done in the past, but this will be the first time so many are done at once.