Join me in forcing the PQ government to change the name of our province, which I have always found too Algonquin-ish.
Once the language inspectors start poking around the government itself, I trust Premier Marois will take the courageous stand and rename our home something more French. I propose Ici.
(If Radio-Canada complains it is too similar to their new name, Premier Marois should explain that  Quebec never approved their name change, and  Quebec doesn't recognize it.)
Here's my complaint letter to the language inspectors: I am disturbed by the widespread use of the Algonquin word 'Québec'. I have seen it on many signs related to commercial, educational, and healthcare And also on many government offices including: 75 boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest, 125 rue Sherbrooke Ouest . Even in Quebec City at 1045 Rue des Parlementaires. I am a proud language sentinnel, I urge you to protect us from the Algonquin influence.
You can complain too using the OLQF's very advanced Word doc or (non-fillable) PDF.