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January 2005

Table of Contents

Executive Summary


I. Implementation Status

II. Complaints Analysis

III. Cutbacks and Moratorium on Government of Canada Advertising


Appendix Tables
Complaints filed with the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages regarding advertisements not placed in minority newspapers, 1998–2003

  1. By language and Year
  2. By Year and Language, as Share of Total
  3. Origin of Complaints by Province
  4. By Institution (Most Frequently Cited)
  5. By Pertinent Provision of the Official Languages Act