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Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada 2002
Cat. No.: SF31-63/2002
ISBN: 0-662-66615-1
Author: Paul Fortier



Page 1 of 13

June 2002

Table of Contents

A. Introduction

B. Purpose

C. Methodology

D. Legislative Framework

E. Observations

1. On-line Publication

1.1 Selection of material
1.2 On-line publishing by offices not designated bilingual

1.3 Interaction with government
1.4 Partnering
1.5 Individuals' language rights

2. Specialized Information

2.1 Publication in one language only
2.2 Content balance

3. Technological Considerations

4. Translation

4.1 Bottlenecks
4.2 Automatic and computer-assisted translation

4.3 Concerns of federal institutions
4.4 Quality

5. Evaluation

F. Conclusion

List of Recommendations