Left Side

Say three decades ago, when announcements or memos in both Official Languages, left side being the side of the language of the original, with the right side being the translation.

Now one goes first to second, at best. Up and down. In a website context, no left side at all, but rather the two solitudes of the completely English or completely French version of the site with a click.

Used to learn so much more, when both Official Languages were on the same page, side by side.

No two solitudes on cereal boxes…

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