Canada Wants to Join the Government Stupidity Contest

“Zealots in the Office québécois de la langue française (Quebec Board of the French Language) may have gone a step too far in picking a fight with an Italian restaurant… After a five-month investigation into an anonymous complaint, Massimo Lecas received a letter from the board telling him that his establishment, Buonanotte, had broken the law by including the words ‘pasta’ on the menu and ‘bottiglia’, the Italian word for bottle, instead of the French word bouteille. Outraged, Lecas posted the letter for 2,500 of his Facebook friends to see. In doing so, he unleashed a political tempest over one of the most sensitive topics up for debate in the province.”

http://danieljmitchell.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/canada-wants-to-join-the-government-stupidity-contest/

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