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Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act, 1988

Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.

Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act, 1988

report of the Commissioner of Official Languages on the federal government"s implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act.

by Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.

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Published by The Commissioner in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada.,
  • Bilingualism -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Language policy -- Canada.,
  • Civil service -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Languages -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBlueprint for action, Report of the Commissioner of Official Languages on the federal government"s implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15435317M
    ISBN 100662241886

    Mar 30,  · Section menu. Implementation of Section 41 of the Official Languages Act Results-Based Status Report (Part VII) Parks Canada Agency Action Plan As minister responsible for official languages, Moore's portfolio included the Official Languages Support Programs Branch (which supports the Minister in implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act) and the Official Languages Secretariat (which coordinates the Government of Canada's activities in official languages). The Road Traffic Act is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom, concerning licensing of vehicles, insurance and road regulation.. Contents. Part I contains a number of traffic offences including causing death by dangerous driving, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (including police powers to arrest, administer tests, etc.), as well as requirements to wear seat belts and Territorial extent: England, Wales and Scotland. Tabling of the – annual report and the position paper on modernizing the Official Languages ActGATINEAU, QC, May 9, /CNW/ - Year afte.


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Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act, 1988 by Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act, report of the Commissioner of Official Languages on the federal government's implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act. both English and French in Canadian society as stated in Part VII of the Official Languages Act An act to amend the Official Languages Act • Requires all federal institutions to take positive measures to implement the Government of Canada’s commitment set out in subsection 41(1) Overview of the evolution.

Getting Results: Impact of Part VII. Part VII of the Official Languages Act has until now had a relatively weak impact as measured in terms of the objectives set out by Parliament in Section 41 of the Act.

The lack of impact is traceable to a failure to set clear priorities, objectives and guidelines. policy on official languages, including Part VII. With respect to concrete measures that have a real and positive impact on OLMCs, we believe that the notion of positive measures must be clarified within the context of Part VII, and that employees and managers need to understand the differences between Part VII and Part IV.

The Commissioner of Official Languages recommends that Industry Canada establish an integrated official languages policy (including Part VII) that is specific to its activities, in order to underpin the Department’s implementation of the Official Languages Act and emphasize the values, benefits.

Sep 24,  · 13 Any journal, record, Act of Parliament, instrument, document, rule, order, regulation, treaty, convention, agreement, notice, advertisement or other matter referred to in this Part that is made, enacted, printed, published or tabled in both official languages shall be made, enacted, printed, published or tabled simultaneously in both languages, and both language versions are equally.

their contribution to the implementation of section 41 of the Official Languages Act. Background Section 41 of the Official Languages Act, found in Part VII, sets out the federal government’s commitment to: • support the development of official language.

Nov 01,  · Official Languages Act (R.S.C.,c. 31 (4th Supp.)) Full Document: 41 - PART VII - Advancement of English and French; 46 - PART VIII - Responsibilities and Duties of Treasury Board in Relation to the Official Languages of Canada; 49 - PART IX - Commissioner of Official Languages.

Guide on part VII of the Official Languages Act: Support to communities and promotion of English and French. Reflection tool for the implementation of section 41 of the Official Languages Act. Reflection tool for the implementation of section 41 of the Official Languages Act – Short version.

Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act: interim report of the Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages. Author: Raymonde Folco ; Rose-Marie Losier-Cool ; Canada.

Status for the two languages was reinforced by the first Official Languages Act of and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter), which declared English and French as Canada’s official languages and provided for th eir equality of status in Parliament and in the Government of Canada.

The Act was revised in Nov 01,  · Official Languages Act (R.S.C.,c. 31 (4th Supp.)) PART VII Advancement of English and French (continued) Marginal note: for the general direction and coordination of the policies and programs of the Government of Canada relating to the implementation of Parts IV, V and VI in all federal institutions other than the Senate.

Jun 02,  · The Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages tables its final report, entitled Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act: Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act Can Still Do Better.

A bill entitled “An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (communications with. Jan 01,  · implementation of section 41 of the OLA and as concerns OLMCs. The Agency’s commitment to Part VII of the Act is clearly understood, both within the organization and by its main external partners.

This commitment was further reinforced through the adoption of a new official languages accountability framework. Consultation. Sep 24,  · Official Languages Act (R.S.C.,c. 31 (4th Supp.)) may make such regulations as the Governor in Council deems necessary to carry out the purposes and provisions of this Part.

PART VII Advancement of English and French. this implementation shall be carried out while respecting the jurisdiction and powers of the provinces. Nov 02,  · Part VII of the Official Languages Act - more specifically, Section 41 - reflects the commitment of all federal government departments and agencies to enhancing the vitality of English and French linguistic minority communities as well as fostering the full recognition and use of both French and English in Canadian society.

Over the course of the past two Parliaments, the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages has conducted an in-depth study of the implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act for the purpose of evaluating the action taken by federal institutions since the Act.

The status, duties and powers of the Commissioner of Official Languages are set out in Part IX of the Act.

The Commissioner is required to take all actions and measures within his authority to ensure the full recognition of both official languages as well as compliance with the Act.

Jun 20,  · Part X (Court Remedy) provides that any person who has submitted a complaint to the Commissioner of Official Languages alleging that a right or duty under sections 4 to 7, sections 10 to 13, section 91 or Parts IV, V and VII of the Act has been violated may seek a remedy from the Federal Court.

Application for the remedy is ordinarily made. responsibilities with regards to the implementation of the Official Languages Act. In particular, Telefilm’s senior management was informed of the changes made to parts VI and VII of the Official Languages Act (OLA) and of the new obligations for the Corporation derived from such changes.

Implementation of Section 41, Part VII, Official Languages Act Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) is committed to fostering the growth and vitality of Francophone and Anglophone minority communities in the Canadian agriculture and agri-food sector and to promoting the full recognition and use of both English and French in Canadian Society.

Oct 11,  · Official Languages Act (R.S.C.,c. 31 be printed in one of the official languages in at least one publication in general circulation within each region where the matter applies that appears wholly or mainly in that language and in the other official language in at least one publication in PART VII - Advancement of English.

For any questions regarding the legal scope and interpretation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act, federal institutions may contact the Department of Justice.

Note: For a complete version of the reflection tool, please consult Reflection tool for the implementation of section 41 of the Official Languages Act. Get this from a library. Audit of the implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act at Industry Canada: final report.

[Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.]. ARCHIVED - Audit of the Implementation of Section 41 of Part VII of the Official Languages Act by the Canadian Tourism Commission - April The Standard on Web Usability replaces this content.

This content is archived because Common Look and Feel Standards have been rescinded. These explanatory notes are not part of the Act, nor are they in any way legal opinions. Rather, they are intended to make the Act easier to understand for those working on implementing official languages programs and policies in federal institutions.

For further information on the Government of Canada's Official Languages Program, visit the. Sep 13,  · Implementation of Section 41 of the Official Languages Act Part VII of the Official Languages Act - more specifically, Section 41 - reflects the commitment of allfederal government departments and agencies to enhancing the vitality of English and French linguistic minoritycommunities as well as fostering the full recognition and use of both.

The entrenchment of justice in official languages aims to integrate Section 41 of the Official Languages Act in the organizational culture of the Depart-ment. One way to achieve this is by continuing to build awareness among departmental stakeholders and inform them about issues involving justice in official languages.

Audit of the implementation of section 41 of Part VII of the Official Languages Act by the Canadian Tourism Commission.

implementation of section 41 (Part VII) of the Official Languages Act. Parks Canada protects, preserves and presents a magnificent system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites all across this country.

By working with minority-language communities, it assists in promoting another aspect of. The Minister of Canadian Heritage is Mélanie lowdowntracks4impact.com the Official Languages Act, she is responsible for coordinating the implementation of Part VII of the lowdowntracks4impact.com sets out the Government’s commitment to enhancing the vitality of English-speaking and French-speaking minority communities and to supporting and assisting their development.

implementation of section 41 of Part vii to PcH, under the leadership of olaD. although the duties arising from Part iii are not included in the report to Parliament with respect to official languages, the Department of Justice anada is committed to informing c.

Jul 12,  · positive measures are taken to implement the obligations of Part VII (section 41) of the Official Languages Act. All managers will ensure the effective implementation of this directive in their operational unit. Services to Offenders Designation of Operational Units.

May 29,  · Read Part VII of the Official Languages Act. Regional Coordinators. The Regional Coordinators are lawyers in the Department of Justice Canada, part of whose duties is to see that Section 41 of the Official Languages Act is implemented in each region.

They work in close collaboration with the Justice in Official Languages Team, the Department's. implementation of section 41 (Part VII) of the Official Languages Act. Parks Canada protects, preserves and presents a magnificent system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites all across this country.

By working with minority language communities, it assists in promoting another aspect of. The Official Languages Act (French: Loi sur les langues officielles) (the Act) is a Canadian law that came into force on September 9,which gives French and English equal status in the government of Canada.

This makes them "official" languages, having preferred status in law over all other languages. The second study focused on the implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act by the federal government and suggested different ways that Section 41 of the Official Languages Act could be implemented.

In this report, Goldbloom suggested assigning a role of Coordinator of Language Policy at the Privy Council lowdowntracks4impact.comcal party: Liberal. IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 41 OF THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT For the period – May 31, implementation of Part VII of the OLA (e.g.: Assistant Deputy Minister, Action Plan for the implementation of section 41 of the Official Languages Act | | 9.

His presentations focussed on the history of official languages in Canada, the Official Languages Act, the distinction between Part IV (language of service) and Part VII (advancement of official languages) of the Act, language of work, equitable participation and the implementation of sections 41 and produce an action plan on the implementation of section 41 (Part VII) of the Official Languages Act.

Parks Canada protects preserves and presents a magnificent system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites all across this country.

By working with. The Official Languages Act (OLA) is based on the Constitution Act of and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter).

Its quasi-constitutional status has been recognized by the Canadian courts. The OLA reaffirms the equality of status of English and French as the official languages of Canada and establishes equal rights and privileges as to their use in institutions.Part VII of the Official Languages Actidentifies the responsibilities of federal institutions for the vitality and development of official language minorities.

One of the positive outcomes of these provisions has been the implementation of joint governance mechanisms that bring together representatives from government institutions and communities.An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (promotion of English and French) S.C.c.

Assented to An Act to amend the Official Languages Act (promotion of English and French) SUMMARY. This enactment amends the Official Languages Act to enhance the enforceability of the Government of Canada’s obligations under Part VII of.