Air Canada fined for violating couple’s linguistic rights

T TV Saturday 31/August/2019 21:29 PM
By: Times News Service

Air Canada has been ordered to pay a French-speaking couple 21,000 Canadian dollars ($15,700; £12,900) and a letter of apology for violating their linguistic rights.
The couple complained that some signs on a domestic flight they took were only in English, while others gave the French version less prominence.
A judge ruled that the airline had breached Canada's bilingualism laws.
Air Canada reportedly told the court it would work to replace the signs.