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December 22nd 2003

Preliminary Investigation Report regarding Electoral Process

Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick
Submits preliminary investigation report regarding electoral process

FREDERICTON, N.B. - December 22, 2003: The Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick, Michel Carrier, Q.C., has submitted his preliminary investigation report to Premier Bernard Lord and Chief Electoral Officer Annise Hollies, with copies being sent to the complainants.

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October 28th 2003

Dialogue NB Launches My Friend, Mon Ami(e) Pen Pal Program

DIEPPE, NB - Dialogue New Brunswick launched its annual My Friend, Mon ami-e Pen Pal program for students in Grades 3 to 9 today at École Anna Malenfant in Dieppe. The program involves the twinning of Anglophone and Francophone students who are at the same grade level but living in different parts of the province. The students exchange letters as well as a video or scrapbook prepared by each class. Dialogue New Brunswick organizes the twinning process and provides all the necessary material for the program, now in its twelfth year.

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October 27th 2003

Lieutenant-Governor's Dialogue Awards

Official Languages for New Brunswick, receives a souvenir of the first Lieutenant-Governor's Dialogue Award from Anne Soucy and Donald Bonnell, Co-Presidents of Dialogue New Brunswick. The first Lieutenant-Governor's Dialogue Award was presented to the New Brunswick Teachers' Federation.

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September 19th 2003

Senior Investigator Hired

Michel Carrier, Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick, is pleased to announce the selection of Pierre Beaudoin as Senior Investigator with the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages. Mr. Beaudoin began work at the Office on September 2.

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September 3rd 2003

Presentation of Framed Official Languages Act Poster

Michel Carrier, Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick, presented a framed poster version of the Official Languages Act to Bev Harrison, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. It will be displayed in the Council Chamber or in the rotunda of the Legislative Assembly.

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July 3rd 2003

Commissioner of Official Languages Launches Investigation into NB's Electoral Process

Fredericton, NB - Michel Carrier, the Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick, has launched an investigation into the province's electoral process.

"My office has received a number of complaints from New Brunswickers who were unable to receive service in the language of their choice from election officers during last month's provincial campaign and on election day," said Mr. Carrier.

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