Mr. Speaker, during the International Year of Co-operatives, the government put an end to the co-operative development initiative, the only national program for co-ops.
Five organizations filed a complaint, since this decision is harmful to the development of official language minority communities.
The office of the commissioner concluded that the government had not fulfilled its obligations under part VII of the Official Languages Act.
One of the recommendations required immediate measures to ensure that all employees who participate in the decision-making process understand their obligations under this act.
Did the government take these measures? If not, when does it plan on doing so?