ARCHIVED - Follow-Up: Official Languages in the Canadian Sport System

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June 2003

Table of Contents


1. Introduction

2. Background

3. Methodology

4. Observations and Implementation of Recommendations

4.1 Sport Canada

4.1.1 Linguistic capability of Sport Canada
4.1.2 Financial contribution to major games
4.1.3 Framework for funding and responsibility for sports

4.2 National Sport Organizations

4.2.1 Official Languages Policies
4.2.2 Official Languages Programs

4.3 Multi-sport and multi-service organizations

4.4 Coaching athletes and training coaches

4.4.1 Intercultural education

4.5 National sport centres

4.5.1 Calgary Sport Centre
4.5.2 Winnipeg Sport Centre
4.5.3 National Multi-Sport Centre - Montreal

5. Population of Carded Athletes According to Prefered Language

6. Conclusion

7. Appendices

7.1 Population of carded athletes
7.2 List of recommendations