BILINGUALISM, THE GREAT CANADIAN UTOPIA

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Official Languages ​​Act adopted by the Parliament of Canada in 1969, the documentary Bi * attempts to shed light on the thorny debate on bilingualism in Canada with relevance and humor. 
In front of the camera, Frédéric Choinière, a proud "Bi" from Quebec, digs deeper into the subject with speakers who are not afraid to say out loud what the majority of Canadians, all languages, think in a whisper. Produced by Machine Gum, Bi * will be presented during a public viewing on Wednesday, November 13 at 7:30PM in the theater of Alliance française Toronto, 24 Spadina Road. For the occasion, Téléjournal Ontario anchor Gabriel Garon
will host a talk with Frédéric Choinière, presenter-narrator of the documentary and Simon Madore, director and producer of the documentary. The public is invited to register on Eventbrite.