It would be the minister responsible who signs the agreements with the provinces. Whether it be OLEP, manpower training agreements or health agreements, the officials responsible establish those agreements. Consequently, it would be up to them to ensure the obligations are met.
I often get the impression that all other obligations are considered important but that no one focuses on official language obligations. No one is asked to report on the way objectives are achieved. As I said earlier, provisions are included automatically, but not because anyone wants to ensure that the province or the other parties meet those obligations. I've seen that in several areas.