Professors at four cégeps have voted in favour of imposing Bill 101 to the cégep system and limiting access to English-speaking cégeps to the English-speaking minority, reports Journal de Montréal. Faculty from more cégeps will be voting in the coming weeks. The article says that faculty from Collège Montmorency, Collège de Maisonneuve, Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne, and Cégep de la Pocatière have voted in favour of the movement, referencing the challenges that historically English-speaking students have getting accepted into English cégeps and the practice of allowing the most gifted French speaking students to attend English-language cégeps. Journal de Montréal reports that the news follows the Government of Quebec’s recent discussion of limiting Bill 101 to use in elementary and secondary school. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.