The Fairview Shopping Center was the target of a protest Saturday.

Demonstrators, numbering around 35, according to a spokesperson, braved the cold temperatures saying there’s not much in the way of bilingual signs in stores.

They say all they want is for officials to respect the law.

“Nobody’s asking for anyone to break any laws. All we’re asking is for the merchants and the stores to respect the law and to have English signage as permitted under the law, out of courtesy for their anglophone clientele and it’s not a matter of language it’s a matter of respect for francophones and anglophones”, protester Harold Staviss told CJAD News.

Global News: http://globalnews.ca/video/1000886/protest-outside-fairview-pointe-claire-mall

Gazette letters: http://westislandgazette.com/stories/story/2013/11/18/is-something-rotten-at-fairview/