The Bill 22 or The Official Language Act of 1974 was an act that made French the main language of use for Quebec. This includes French use in civic administrations, services, workplace, and day to day tasks. The National Assembly of Quebec decided it was necessary because in 1974, 82% of Quebec citizens had at least a basic knowledge of French. This act required students graduating from English schools in Quebec to learn a basic knowledge of French, making French courses available to all students enrolled in Quebec schools, and requiring the education ministry to make French courses available to all immigrants entering Quebec. Language of commercial signing, language of labour relations and business, language of instruction , and language of legislation and justice. Currently, 95% of Quebec’s population are French speakers which proves that the two acts ended up helping Quebec. To summarize the act of Bill 22, it focuses on using the language in everyday life such as work, shopping, etc.