This is not a satirical article. The OQLF has its next target in its sights and its a children's playground in St. Leonard.
According to CJAD, the OQLF received a complaint from someone who visited Parc Héber and noticed a plastic playground structure with nine spinning cylinders depicting nine planets.
The planets are written in multiple languages including French, English, Japanese, and German.
Problem? The names of the languages is written in English only. This is a violation of Bill 101 which says signage must be prominent in French only.
The St. Leonard borough says they weren't aware of the complaint until a reporter asked them about it. They did say that the playground structure came from an American supplier and that could be part of the problem.
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