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Last week, Quebec introduced Bill 96 — a sweeping new French-language bill that impacts everything from immigrants and local businesses to schools and signage.

The tabled legislation would amend the existing Charter of the French Language (aka Bill 101) and includes over 20 new changes to legislation that promote the use of French in Quebec . Here are nine that you should know.

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Quebec's fleurdelisé is one of the most famous and recognizable flags on the continent. In fact, its significance is so great that the government has outlined careful rules for flying the Quebec flag on public institutions.

These rules were first defined by the Act Respecting the Flag and Emblems of Quebec and can be found on the government's website.

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Making a Murderer is a Netflix documentary series about Steven Avery, his family and how they are dealing with the fact that he has seemingly been found guilty not once, but twice, for crimes that he did not commit. It makes you question police corruption, the judiciary system, and really just makes you wonder what the heck is going on within (and between) Manitowoc County, Wisconsin’s sheriff’s department and the state’s criminal justice system – and you consider how representative the story is to those institutions in society as a whole.

It’s a scary thought, and should be, even for those who aren’t sure whether or not Steven Avery , along with his nephew Brendan Dassey, ARE guilty for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

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