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The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada releases a variety of material to the media regarding its work, activities, publications and the Commissioner’s opinions. More detailed information about Canada’s official languages and how Canada’s Commissioner of Official Languages is protecting the language rights of Canadians and promoting Canada’s official languages can be found in our sections on publications, tools and resources and statistics.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Rudy Desjardins is not a household name from coast to coast in Canada, in either English or French. Neither is Marie-Christine Gagnon or Susan Campbell. But in Alberta, Manitoba and small communities across Quebec, they are critical to the vitality of the audiences they serve. They are familiar...
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Commissioner of Official Languages Graham Fraser is calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to amend part of the Official Languages Act to safeguard the vitality of English and French minority communities across Canada and support Canada’s linguistic duality in a context of financial constraint.
Air Canada to improve bilingual service, following the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages’ auditarchived
Monday, September 19, 2011
Canadians need a greater commitment from senior management at Air Canada in order to receive a better level of service from the airline in the official language of their choice, an audit released today by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has found.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
It was with great sadness that I learned of Jack Layton’s death. He believed strongly in Canada’s linguistic duality, and his support will be missed. His contagious energy and enthusiasm marked political life. Canadians everywhere were moved and inspired by the courage he demonstrated during his...
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Language is a sensitive subject in this country and in this community, and I appreciate the measured tone with which Mark Sutcliffe and the editorial page have responded to news of my plan to learn about the visitor experience in Ottawa. However, I disagree with the argument that I have stepped...
Thursday, March 03, 2011
With many federal employees still struggling to work in the official language of their choice, Graham Fraser, Commissioner of Official Languages today released a study to help public service managers in bilingual regions foster a work environment where employees feel comfortable using English or...