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There are approximately 750,000 English speaking people living in the Province of Quebec, CANADA.Why is it that your in-store menus have NO English at all?

Why can't you have the existing French and add English?? Quebec laws allow you to have English so what is the issue?

Do you want our business or not? If you do, then do as other retailers are doing and have bilingual menus.

Tim Horton's restaurants have bi-lingual in store menus and it's just a pleasure to eat at Tim Horton's her in Quebec.So they should be the "standard" you need to aim for.

Reviewer is in unhappy mood. LanguagePolice is quite happy with location and stated that there is a room for improvement of no english descriptions on menus. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss "no english on your menus!!" of menu. Subway needs to "gradually start changing your in store signs and make them bilingual to include english or we take our business elsewhere" according to poster's claims.

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DSgamby
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada #932954

It is like that pretty much all over Quebec.Quebec is a French speaking province.

Every other province, it is the other way. No French, only English. There is 7,903,001 people in Quebec.

The latest stats says that French is spoken as the native speakers by 6,102,210 people or 78% of the people in Quebec.English is spoken as the native speakers by 599,230 people or 7.7% of the people in Quebec.

Sure Tim Hortons has bilingual menus but a lot of places don't as well.

Anonymous
#932950

It's Subway...you go there to order a sandwich...

This isn't rocket science. When you go to Subway, you can SEE the components for your sandwich.

Wow...and if that's too hard for you to do, look up Subway's menu online and figure out what you want before you go.

Anonymous
to NaughtyNancy #933023

Shut up NastyNancy and F-UCK OFF!

Anonymous
to Anonymous #933272

Awww.Did I hit a nerve?

Are you so pathetic that you can't make a sandwich for yourself?LOL!

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