- Francophone military families should be able to send their children to English schools.
- Less red tape for businesses.
- Cities with bilingual status should be able to keep that status should they choose to.
- Francophones should keep the right to go to English CEGEPs.
- Legal terms that would diminish the rights of anglophones be removed from the Bill.
Meanwhile, de Courcy had dire predictions for the bill.
“A week later, with the CAQ’s silence, I cannot envision a scenario that isn’t catastrophic,” said de Courcy. “It would be catastrophic if the question about how a modern and intelligent protection of the French language was not brought to the parliament.”