And just to point out, I live in Alberta and all three of my children, and the children of all my friends, go to French immersion schools since kindergarten, so I'm not anti-French. I also speak German.
My point is that Quebec needs to let go of the "French Only" mantra and join the 20th^W21st century. Why should Chinese restaurants not be able to have larger Chinese writing than French? Why should KFC be renamed PFK or whatever, when they don't even want to be called "Kentucky Fried Chicken" in English anymore because "Fried" is bad for business. They should rename their company to "Kiosque Frit Canada" to have initials "KFC" :-).
Languages evolve over time, but Quebecois has stagnated. Even the French call email "email", instead of "couriel." Even "facsimilie" (the root of the word "fax machine") is a valid French word, but the language police had to invent "telecopie" (sorry, my accent's are not happy) just to avoid polluting the language with an "English" word.
Did the language police make up new words for "samurai" or "sushi" or "glasnost" or "naan"? No, just for English words.