From NPR's The Two-Way blog: A government agency in Quebec, Canada, has been criticized after informing a restaurant in Montreal that it should replace "foreign" words on its menu -- like pasta, antipasto and calamari -- with the appropriate French terms in order to comply with the law.
The agency sent one restaurant, the Buonanotte, a notice of infractions against Quebec's Language Charter. The owner of the restaurant posted a photo of the notice and the offending foreign words on Instagram.
Another restaurant, also located in Montreal, was asked to change its fish and chips dish to "poisson frit, et frites."
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