Official Languages committee Do you have any other recommendations with regard to education that could help us protect the minority language, specifically in Quebec?
Official Languages committee Thank you very much. You also mentioned that the complaints have increased in general to 1,087 from almost 200 fewer last year. I'd like to know how your recommendations would decrease this number.
Official Languages committee Thank you very much.
Official Languages committee Those were the questions that I had prepared for you, but maybe you would like to give us a little more detail about your fourth recommendation as well.
Official Languages committee Thank you very much for being here with us once again. We really appreciate your presence here. Obviously, in Quebec we're dealing with a bit of a weird situation at the moment where school boards are potentially being threatened. We know that this can pose a huge risk for the m
Official Languages committee Thank you very much for being with us today. I have a number of questions. In the document that you gave us about disposals of surplus federal properties, on the last page, it says “In 2017, PSPC modified its priority circulation notices to remind provinces, territories and mun
Official Languages committee Let's say that there's a building owned by Canada and it's being disposed of. It goes to the municipality, because that's the next group that's interested in it. It would be up to them to consider the needs of the minority community.
Official Languages committee Okay. Now not necessarily related to official language minorities, but let's say that the municipality asked for a certain building or wanted to pay for it. Is there any way that Canada Lands would be able to make sure it went to the public good by ensuring that a certain per
Official Languages committee My thanks to the witnesses for joining us today. Mr. Séror, I'm going to ask you my questions in English, since I'm the only anglophone on this committee and I feel that we need to be represented as well. You do speak about how very few people consider themselves to be bilingu
Official Languages committee Thank you for being with us today to answer our questions. You talked about immigration. I am from Quebec, but I am anglophone. A lot of Quebec anglophones in minority language situations find it very difficult to stay in Quebec because they do not speak French. That language ba
Official Languages committee Okay. Do you have any recommendations for attracting more francophone immigrants to Ontario?
Official Languages committee I have one minute left, so I will just be a little bit more specific about what I was mentioning. People who do have English as their first official language don't want their institutions to be related to the anglophone community because, even though they can get benefits from th
Official Languages committee I would like to thank the two witnesses for being here today. Ms. O'Donnell, my questions are going to be for you, specifically. You mentioned in your opening statement that the act is not as well-known among the anglophone community in Quebec as the Charter of the French Langu
Official Languages committee I asked if it being better known would help the community.