Our Partners

By the very nature of its mandate, the Secretariat must work in cooperation with various partners to successfully achieve the common policy represented by the Official Languages Program.

A concerted effort between the various levels of government and the involvement of official-language minority communities are key factors for the successful implementation of the Official Languages Strategies.

Government Partners

This partner group is formed by governmental institutions that have official-language roles and responsibilities.

Federal institutions with official-language roles and responsibilities

In Parliament

In the Federal Government

Federal institutions covered by the Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013-2018

Non-Federal Government Institutions

Ministerial Conference on the Canadian Francophonie

Non-Governmental Partners

These partners are organizations representing official-language minority communities, that is, Anglophones in Quebec and Francophones outside Quebec.

Quebec Anglophone community organizations

Note that the websites below are maintained by non-governmental organizations and may not be available in both official languages.

Francophone community organizations outside Quebec

Note that the websites below are maintained by non-governmental organizations and may not be available in both official languages.

Other non-governmental organizations

Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM)