And I happen to agree with the thrust of the article.
For those unfamiliar with the issue, Quebec has decided that children who go to private English-medium schools will no longer necessarily be allowed to then transfer to public English-medium schools, since the government will no longer recognize time spent in such schools in deciding whether a significant enough time has been spent in private English-medium school to warrant allowing them attend public English-medium schools.
The Supreme Court has struck it down, but now the NDP and even some Liberals such as Trudeau are backing Quebec on this and want a vote on it in Parliament.
Personally, I agree with this move since it will help promote a more culturally unified Quebec; though I'd like to see an exception made for local indigenous languages. Other than that, I think such a move is definitely a step in the right direction.