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Air Canada has to pay $15,000 to a couple because the word 'lift' was not engraved on seatbelts in French(CNN) — Despite a growing litany of complaints about air travel, passengers continue to pay for the convenience of flying. A recent complaint turned lawsuit, however, led to a windfall for two travelers -- not the airline. This week, the Federal Court ordered Air Canada to pay more than $15,000 ($21,000 CAD) and send formal apology letters to a French-speaking couple in Ottawa for repeated language equality violations. The lawsuit concerned more than 22 complaints that Michel and Lynda Thibodeau… (www.cnn.com) More...
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I bet they're fluently bilingual, too. Many Quebecers speak "Franglais". They use many English words mixed into their French, like "C'est le weekend", "Ou est le screwdriver", and "Je suis un shoe salesman".
totally right with you;.. sirius
You made me think of the sked from Kingston to Moosefactory.. B1900.. lol definitely not “equal language representation” on those signs and announcements
Sounds like a racket.
there is no other world , and the airlines are "fragiles" on that side...
"The couple also alleged violations of their French language rights on the airline in 2005, 2011 and 2012."