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March 2004

Table of Contents

Executive summary

I. Background

II. Legislative framework

III. Methodology

IV. Observations

A. Provision of bilingual services and language requirements in commercial leases

B. Promotion of linguistic duality

V. Conclusions

Recommendations of the Commissioner of Official Languages

Appendix A
Recommendations of the Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages, April 1997

Appendix B
Documents consulted

Appendix C
Organizations consulted