When it comes to official languages, myths abound. One example: all government jobs require bilingualism. False. Let’s debunk these myths. Read Official Languages: Myths and Realities.
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Opinion letter: Understanding the Official Languages Act (Shirley C. MacLean, K.C., Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick)
On behalf of the entire team at the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick, we wish you a very happy holiday season! 🎄 ⛄ 🎁
A scant response to the report of the review of the Official Languages Act https://officiallanguages.nb.ca/newsroom/a-scant-response-to-the-report-of-the-review-of-the-official-languages-act/
Minister Petitpas Taylor presents the Report on the 2022 Cross-Canada #OfficialLanguages Consultations.
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