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Official bilingualism in Canada

Canada. Library of Parliament.

Official bilingualism in Canada

the second decade

by Canada. Library of Parliament.

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Published by Library of Parliament in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bilingualism -- Canada.,
  • Language policy -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

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    Statementby Rolande Soucie.
    SeriesCurrent issue review ; 86-11
    ContributionsSoucie, Roland.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21587147M

    Bilingualism means that there is more than one official language for example Canada has English as a fist language and French as a second language. An individual can be bilingual by having some. en Without granting English and French official status, section nevertheless confirms the bilingual character of the Parliament of Canada, which Senator Gérald A. Beaudoin has called the "embryo of official bilingualism [translation]."(3) Section of the Constitution Act, has been interpreted by the Supreme Court of Canada on.

    In my opinion, the example of Canada is one of the most interesting ones to illustrate the notions “bilingualism” and “biculturalism”. 2. Bilingualism in Canada Current linguistic situation. Canada is an officially bilingual country where the linguistic rights of the . The Good Fight chronicles Canada’s diplomatic history through the life of Marcel Cadieux, one of the few francophones in the Canadian public service before official bilingualism was established.

    According to the book, “Life After Official Languages Policy in Canada”, edited by Jack Jedwab, executive director of the Association for Canadian Studies, “After four decades and billions of dollars spent on official bilingualism, just seven per cent of anglophones outside Quebec are able to carry on a conversation in French”.   Report of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, Book 1: General Introduction – Official Languages, , pp. XI and XII. Doucet, Michel. “Le bilinguisme législatif,” in Michel Bastarache (Ed.), Les droits linguistiques au Canada, 3 rd ed., Cowansville, Éditions Yvon Blais, [Available in French only].


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