What Quebec's Community Groups Network wants from Trudeau after language flap
Quebec's Quebec Community Groups Network says it's not yet finished with Prime Minister Trudeau.
Trudeau refused to speak English at a town hall meeting in Sherbrooke this week and that angered the network.
Canada's language watchdog says at least 14 complaints have been filed against him.
The office of the Official Languages Commissioner says 11 deal with his refusal to speak English in Sherbrooke, and three 3 for refusing to speak French in Peterborough, Ontario.
James Shea with the network is expressing satisfaction with the office taking the matter seriously.
"Excellent. This is reflective, you know, of how this has affected our community that probably more will come forward and will express their concerns", said Shea.
The network wants a meeting with the PM as well as an apology.