At a press conference on Tuesday, Premier François Legault confirmed that the Quebec government is thinking about "limiting the number of places" in English CEGEPs due to concerns about the state of the French language in the province. \nDiscussions are ongoing and nothing is decided, according to Legault.\nEditor's Choice: Here's What Real Estate You Can Buy In Montreal With $500,000 Right Now\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nFrench is fragile, especially in Quebec.\n\n\nPremier François Legault\n\n\nThe government, however, is not planning to extend Bill 101 to English CEGEPs, though the Minister Responsible for the French Language, Simon Jolin-Barrette, plans to table amendments to the law, which enshrines the predominance of French in the province, in the weeks to come.\nFor Legault, the issue is not "black and white." "You have different objectives," said the premier.\n"I understand that some Francophones would like to learn English [...] but I understand also [...] that French is fragile, especially in Quebec."\nLegault contends that right now, there are "many" places for Anglophones in English CEGEPs, referring to Dawson College in Montreal and its roughly 7,800 places. \n"It's an important subject, the place of French in Quebec," underlined the premier.