ARCHIVED - Perspectives of Canadians of Diverse Backgrounds on Linguistic Duality—Discussion Forum held in Vancouver, November 24, 2008

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Table of contents

Summary

Background

Forum objectives
Methodology
Participant profile
Presentation of the report

Part 1: Discussion framework

1.1 A vision of linguistic duality and cultural diversity
1.2 An historical overview of cultural diversity and linguistic duality

Part 2: Workshop results

2.1 Workshop 1: The evolving Canadian identity
2.2 Workshop 2: The intersection between linguistic duality and cultural diversity in everyday life: What are the issues and what needs to be done?

Part 3: Evaluation of the forum

Conclusion

Appendices

Appendix 1: Discussion forum program
Appendix 2: List of participants and workshop groups
Appendix 3: Opening address by Alden E. Habacon
Appendix 4: Presentation by Peter Liang