Publications and Research
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Government Responses to Reports of Standing Committees on Official Languages
- Government Response to the Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages : The Vitality of Quebec's English-Speaking Communities : From Myth to Reality
Official Languages Act
- Official Languages Act – Part VII (Advancement of French and English) – Guide for Federal Institutions (2007)
Administrative guide to support all federal institution in meeting the requirements of the Act. (2007) Bilingual, 16 pages. A fact sheet and a bookmark are also available.
- Official Languages Act: In Brief
A booklet explaining the purpose and provisions of the 1988 Official Languages Act, which reflects and implements the language rights recognized by the Constitution and, in particular, by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
(1993) Bilingual ,11 pages.
Research and studies
- Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Area of Provincial and Territorial Minority-Language Services Successes and Challenges (2003-2007)
HTML version | PDF Version, 336 KB
- Plan 2013 - Strategies for a National Approach in Second Language Education
(PDF Version, 475 KB)
- Canadian Heritage Official Languages Annual Reports
Annual report on the implementation of the Official Languages Act by targeted federal institutions
- Bulletin 41-42 A quarterly newsletter addressed to the official-language minority communities in Canada and to those federal public servants in every region who have a role to play in the implementation of Sections 41 and 42 of the Official Languages Act (two issues produced in 1995).– Bilingual
- Department of Canadian Heritage Report on Results
The Department’s Report on Results (Report) provides an overview of achieved results for the year 2010-2011 from all PCH programs at the national and the regional levels.
- Making Your Organization Bilingual
This website provides tools and strategies to organizations who wish to offer services in the two official languages.
New Canadian Perspectives
This multidisciplinary research series offers current information and many reference sources on all aspects of official languages in Canada.
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