Series by Stéphanie Girard
This series will examine the French language requirements for commerce and business in the province of Québec and provide practical guidance on how brand owners can navigate these requirements.
If you missed Part 1 and 2, please see the previous articles in the series - Part 1: An introduction and Part 2: Inscriptions on products and accompanying documentation.
This third article of the French language requirements in Québec series will address the French language requirements for commercial publications.
In this article, Stéphanie Girard discusses the general rules and the exceptions for public signage and commercial advertising under the Charter of the French language and its regulations.
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