The Canadian PressFebruary 21, 2014 15:18
EDMONTON - Gilles Caron plans to take a decade-long fight to the country's highest court to get an English-only traffic ticket written in French.
The Alberta Court of Appeal sided with the provincial government Friday, ruling that its laws do not need to be printed and published in both English and French.
Caron, a 54-year old trucker, said he was disappointed but not entirely surprised.
"This is an English-only province with the attitude to back up their law," he told a press conference.