Des accents sur les cartes d’assurance maladie ontarians

Songwriter-performer Paul Demers said today that the Ontario government has “mis les accents où il le faut.” The province announced on Wednesday that it introduced accented letters on health insurance cards, a long-term request from several Franco-Ontarians, including the author of the official anthem of the community, who died in 2016.

Les Franco-Ontariens can get a new book comportant des accents, des trémas and des cédilles free of charge. “Le gouvernement de l’Ontario demonstrates its determination to etendre des services de qualité pour la communauté francophone de la province”, said Minister of Francophone Affairs, Caroline Mulroney, in a communiqué.

“Nous sommes ravis que cette demande de la communauté francophone soit enfin entendue”, declared the president of l’Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario, Carol Jolin.

As of September 28, 2020, the Ontario government also allows francophones to add these signs to allow them to drive. D’après le ministère des Transports, 201 Ontario ont effectue une telle mise à jour.

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