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There's no official French version of the 1867 Constitution Act. So is taking the oath to the King in French valid?

By Yan Campagnolo, Professor of Constitutional Law, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
François Larocque, Professor, Research Chair in Language Rights, Faculty of Law | Professeur, Chaire de recherche Droits et enjeux linguistiques, Faculté de droit. 2021 Fellow, Fondation Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
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No official French version of the Constitution Act of 1867 exists in 2022. This aberration calls into question the validity of taking an oath to the King in French.The Conversation


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