Even in France they have official agencies to protect their ridiculous complex language. And like Quebecers, they probably don't know how to use it properly either.
The natural purpose of language is communication. All through history as peoples merge, languages merge, and change and die. The English didn't used to speak English. There were separate peoples in Britain and they spoke separate languages. They merged, and now, other than a few holdouts ,they speak English. Yes, the Welsh are working very hard to keep their language, and there are some Celtic speakers in Scotland and Ireland, but again, this is government trying to resist the natural order of things to no purpose but cultural arrogance. Am I poorer now that I speak English rather than whatever my distant relatives spoke? I don't think so. French should die away. It should have died decades ago.
French may be je ne sais quoi desired
And Latin once was inspired
Ah but but English is required
There wasn't even an agreed on spelling or pronunciation in North America until early 1800 when Noah Webster put out a definitive dictionary which was used for conformity.