Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Both French and English


I like the stop signs that are present at the border checkpoints between the United States and Canada, and also in some places where a bilingual population is present. I took this sign in the Concordia University Loyola Campus. The University being an English speaking University in the province of Quebec, both languages have to be present on the stop signs located on the campus. It's too bad we can not see that on this picture but, few meter behing this stop sign, there was an other one where only the word "Arret" was written on it. The reason was simply that is was not physically on the campus, so only French was written.

1 comment:

mery said...

c est marrant cette "guerre" de l anglais et du francais