List Of All Businesses The Quebec Language Police Are Investigating Right Now

The OQLF is the Office Quebecois de la Langue Francaise and their job is to ensure that all montreal businesses adhere to the rules of the language code. Though they are often in the media for chasing petty claims and harassing small business owners.

Businesses are constantly under the scrutiny of the OQLF for various offenses such as not having proof of registration, not providing a language assessment on time, not having a certificate of "francisation" or if they break the rules of articles 135 to 154 of the language chart.

So if you're curious as to whether one of your favorite businesses is in trouble with the OQLF, here is the full list of the businesses currently under investigation:

Pavillon LaSalle

400, rue Louis-Fortier

LaSalle (Québec)

Sir Winston Churchill Pub

1459, rue Crescent

Montréal (Québec)  H3G 2B2

Astra Coffrage

41, rue Gaston-Dumoulin

Blainville (Québec)  J7C 6B4

Hilton Garden Inn Montréal Centre-Ville

380, rue Sherbrooke Ouest

Montréal (Québec)  H3A 0B1

Concept S.G.A. inc.

3160, boulevard des Entreprises

Terrebonne (Québec)  J6X 4J8

Connecteurs électriques Weco inc.

18050, autoroute Transcanadienne

Kirkland (Québec)  H9J 4A1

Corporation de technologies GSC

160, rue Vanier

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Québec)  J3B  3R4

Corporation La Senza

1608, boulevard Saint-Régis

Dorval (Québec)  H9P 1H6

Danson Décor inc.

3425, rue Douglas-B.-Floreani

Saint-Laurent (Québec)  H4S 1Y6

Industries Lela inc.

5315, boulevard Saint-Laurent

Montréal (Québec)  H2T 1S5

Industries Lynx inc.

175, rue Upper Edison

Saint-Lambert (Québec)  J4R 2R3

La compagnie Flying J Canada inc.

10, boulevard de la Gare

Vaudreuil-Dorion (Québec)  J7V 9J5

Les développements Rekern inc.

333, boulevard Décarie, 5e étage

Saint-Laurent (Québec)  H4N 3M9

Les Industries C.P.S. inc.

30, chemin de l'Aviation

Pointe-Claire (Québec)  H9R 5M6

Literie Primo inc.

7000, rue Hochelaga

Montréal (Québec)  H1N 1Y7

Métal Leetwo inc.

7800, route Transcanadienne

Pointe-Claire (Québec)  H9R 1C6

Montréal Auto Prix inc.

4900, boulevard Métropolitain Est

Montréal (Québec)  H1S 3A4

Polinex Plastiques inc.

2850, rue Botham

Saint-Laurent (Québec)  H4S 1J1

Produits de fils de fer Laurentian ltée

10500, rue Sécant

Saint-Léonard (Québec)  H1J 1S3

Systèmes David Brown (Canada) inc.

20375, avenue Clark-Graham

Baie-D'Urfé (Québec)  H9X 3T5

TI Titanium ltée

5055, rue Lévy

Saint-Laurent (Québec)  H4R 2N9

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