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For any business with more than 50 people, the OQLF insists that the working language be French, although it permits delays to ensure it happens, with a seven-step process companies must take to ensure it is in conformity, done under the supervision of the OQLF.
The success of the OQLF can be seen in other places, namely in the high North.
As a result, in mid-2003 OQLF began inspecting retail chain drug stores and sent "warning" letters to companies that had INCI listings on their products without ingredient terms translated into French.
The latter two requirements were designed to appease OQLF in the hopes that they will not require equivalent translations in French for the entire product list of ingredients.
This is something such companies will need to address immediately and perhaps again in the future, depending on how negotiations with the OQLF are resolved.
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