October 4, 2016
“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to fully satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.” ...Thomas Sowell Is Reality Optional?
I thank you for your clear-headedness on the bilingualism issue. Without question, Francophones will not be any better served in Ottawa under “Official Bilingualism”. Such would only lead to increased costs, activist opportunism, court costs and a high percentage of City of Ottawa employees who would actually be residents of Quebec. This is not good for the French or the English of Ottawa. Moreover, Official Bilingualism also creates resentment between groups and individuals. In Ottawa, businesses like mine provide services in both languages out of courtesy and good business practice. Your advocacy for the same is very much respected. I trust your Councillors will support you.
Good morning Mr. Miller,
Thank you for your email and for your support. I appreciate it.
All the best.
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