45 french b je me souviens


French B - Je Me Souviens b/w Je Me Souviens (instrumental)

Format: 45
Label: SUMO SM 1001
Year: 1990
Origin: Montréal, Québec
Genre: house, hip-hop
Keyword:  Quebec Nationalism, bilingualism, Quebec separation, Charles De Gaulle, Resistance, Bill 101, Vive le Québec libre
Value of Original Title: $40.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: Francophone, Quebec, 1990's, Hip-Hop Rap Room


Side 1

Track Name
Je Me Souviens

Side 2

Track Name
Je Me Souviens (instrumental)



French B - Je Me Souviens

45 french b je me souviens

Je Me Souviens b/w Je Me Souviens (instrumental)



The Charter of the French Language (La charte de la langue française, in French), also known as Bill 101 and Loi 101, is a law in the province of Quebec in Canada defining French, the language of the majority of the population, as the only official language of Quebec, and framing fundamental language rights for everyone in the province. It is the central legislative piece in Quebec's language policy.

Proposed by Camille Laurin, the Minister of Cultural Development under the first Parti Québécois government of Premier René Lévesque, it was passed by the National Assembly, and granted Royal Assent by Lieutenant Governor Hugues Lapointe on August 26, 1977. The Charter's provisions expanded upon the 1974 Official Language Act (Bill 22), which was enacted under Premier Robert Bourassa's Liberal government to make French the sole official language of Quebec. Prior to 1974, Quebec had no official language and was subject only to the requirements on the use of English and French contained in Article 133 of the British North America Act, 1867.

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