### C-11, r. 11 - Regulation defining the scope of the expression “markedly predominant” for the purposes of the Charter of the French language

4. Where texts both in French and in another language appear on separate signs or posters of a different size, the text in French is deemed to have a much greater visual impact if the following conditions are met:
(1)  the signs and posters bearing the text in French are at least as numerous as those bearing the text in the other language;
(2)  the signs or posters bearing the text in French are at least twice as large as those bearing the text in the other language;
(3)  the characters used in the text in French are at least twice as large as those used in the text in the other language; and
(4)  the other characteristics of the signs or posters do not have the effect of reducing the visual impact of the text in French.
O.C. 1756-93, s. 4.