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FRANCOPHONE campaigners are calling for the EU to confirm French as the official language of the bloc, after Justin Trudeau vowed to do the same in Quebec.
2 days ago - Daily Express - World
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Federal Official Languages Minister Mélanie Joly and Quebec Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Sonia LeBel have proven that a discreet, competent, determined approach can do more to advance a difficult file than all of the huffing and puffing of a Simon Jolin-Barrette.
3 days ago - The Gazette on MSN.com - Politics
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Adds increased powers for official language commissioners. Federal languages minister Mélanie Joly on Tuesday tabled her much anticipated reforms to Canada’s Official Languages Act, an overhaul that includes the formal recognition by Ottawa that French is the official language of Quebec.
5 days ago - Montreal News
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FRANCE's political commentator Jean Quatremer complained about English being the official language of the EU, as it "is only spoken by less than five million Irish".
2 days ago - Daily Express on MSN.com - World
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Still studying English, through a french translator ... It’s going to benefit everybody.” The welcome signs, in both official languages, can be ordered free of charge through Sarnia-Lambton ...
3 weeks ago - CTV News
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The Trudeau government will legislate to formally recognize French as the official language of Quebec, La  Presse reported on Monday. The recognition will be contained in an amendment to Ottawa’s Official Languages Act that will be tabled by Languages Mélanie Joly before the end of the present session of Parliament.
6 days ago - Montreal News on MSN.com
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“There are 56 languages spoken ... the word “welcome” is etched into the glass windows fronting the entry in Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, Chin, English, French, Nepali, Spanish, Swahili and ...
2 weeks ago - The Union Democrat
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Architecture critic Mark Lamster says at Dallas’ Vickery Park Branch Library, the answer is thoughtful modern design.
2 weeks ago - Dallas Morning News on MSN.com
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The Ontario government will spend $12.5 million over the next four years in an effort to quell a shortage of French teachers in the province. Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the strategy unveiled Thursday aims to make French teacher training more flexible while reducing barriers.
3 days ago - National Post
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The decision to restore teaching of foreign languages at primary level – axed in 2012 for cost reasons – is welcome if long ... pre-primary education start French as early as three years ...
2 weeks ago - The Irish Times
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