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Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act

Canada. Parliament. Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages.

Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act

interim report of the Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages.

by Canada. Parliament. Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages.

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Published by The Committee in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada,
  • Language policy -- Canada,
  • Bilingualism -- Law and legislation -- Canada,
  • Civil service -- Canada,
  • Canada -- Languages -- Law and legislation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMise en oeuvre de la partie VII de la Loi sur les langues officielles
    ContributionsFolco, Raymonde., Losier-Cool, Rose-Marie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 46, 48, vii p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14513633M
    LC Control Number00702688
    OCLC/WorldCa44620140

    the Official Languages Act (India) passed in ; see Official Languages Act This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Official Languages Act. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. ISC will ensure that it has the capacity to communicate with, and provide services to, members of the public in the official language of their choice. All communication with the public from ISC (in other words press releases, announcements) will be in accordance with the Official Languages Act. Other terms and conditions Intellectual.

    Department of Official Language may carry out necessary amendments in the Official Languages Rules, in this regard. (Sl. No. , Ref. Part-2, Chapter-6) 9. To ensure the compliance of Section 3(3) of the Official Language Act, the monitoring system .   An Act to Amend the Official Languages Act (Bill 2, assented to ) SNB , c 44 An Act Respecting Pensions under the Public Service Superannuation Act .

    The Use of Official Languages Act, (Act No. 12 of ), ("the Act"), was assented to by the President in October and promulgated on 2 May Regulations made under the Act were gazetted on 28 February (Both documents are available on the Department’s website.). DEFINITIONS Act The Use of Official Languages Act, (Act No. 12 of ) Constitution The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, DG Director-General of the Department of Basic Education LIEP Language in Education Policy Minister The Minister of Basic Education NEPA National Education Policy Act, PanSALB The Pan South African Language Board, established in terms of.


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Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act by Canada. Parliament. Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act: interim report of the Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages. [Raymonde Folco; Rose-Marie Losier-Cool; Canada.

Parliament. Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages.]. Get this from a library. Implementing Part VII of the Official Languages Act, report of the Commissioner of Official Languages on the federal government's implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act.

[Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.]. In accordance with section 44 of the Official Languages Act (OLA), the Minister of Canadian Heritage must submit an annual report to Parliament on matters relating to its mandate.

Therefore, the Minister must report on the implementation of section 41 (Part VII) of the OLA by federal institutions. Ottawa, Novem - The Commissioner of Official Languages, Graham Fraser, issued the following statement today regarding the fifth anniversary of the changes to Part VII of the Official Languages Act: Five years ago today, the Parliament of Canada adopted landmark changes to Part VII of Canada’s Official Languages Act regarding the promotion of English and French in our nation.

The Official Languages Act (OLA) is based on the Constitution Act of and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter). Its quasi-constitutional status has been recognized by the Canadian courts. The OLA reaffirms the equality of status of English and French as the official languages of Canada and establishes equal rights and privileges as to their use in institutions.

The current Official Languages Act came into force on Septem The legal framework of the Act is closely attuned to Canadian realities and traditions in the area of official languages. It reflects the significant changes that have taken place in the status and use of the two official languages since the first Act was passed in responsibilities with regards to the implementation of the Official Languages Act.

In particular, Telefilm’s senior management was informed of the changes made to parts VI and VII of the Official Languages Act (OLA) and of the new obligations for the Corporation derived from such changes.

Official Languages Act (OLA), the Minister of Canadian Heritage must submit an annual report to Parliament on matters relating to its mandate.

Therefore, the Minister must report on the implementation of section 41 (Part VII) of the OLA by federal institutions.

Conformément à l’article 44 de la Loi sur les langues officielles (LLO), le. About Section 41 of the Official Languages Act The Official Languages Act (OLA) was first passed in and revised in in the context of the new constitutional order resulting from the Constitution Act, Sincefederal institutions have been subject to responsibilities contained in Part VII of the OLA, which states the.

Section menu. Implementation of Section 41 of the Official Languages Act Results-Based Status Report (Part VII) Parks Canada Agency Action Plan IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 41 OF THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT For the period – implementation of Part VII of the OLA (e.g.: Assistant Deputy Minister, regarding the implementation of the Official Languages Act (OLA) through targeted initiatives.

A amendment to the act exempts electronic publishing of acts from the provision- Official Languages Act (Section 9) Regulations year target. The successful implementation of the act forms an important part of the Year Strategy for the Irish Language – to have at leastdaily speakers of Irish by an act to promote the use of the irish language for official purposes in the state; to provide for the use of both official languages of the state in parliamentary proceedings, in acts of the oireachtas, in the administration of justice, in communicating with or providing services to the public and in carrying out the work of public bodies; to set out the duties of such bodies with respect to.

Notice of the making of this Statutory Instrument was published in “Iris Oifigiúil” of 3rd October, I, ÉAMON Ó CUÍV, Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, in exercise of the powers conferred on me by sections 4(2) and 9(1) of the Official Languages Act (No.

32 of ), hereby make the following regulations: 1. performance in terms of accountability for official languages transfer payments. CIC, HC and PCH are subject to the Official Languages Act. The audit examined whether these institutions are complying with Part VII, which refers to their obligation to take positive measures.

This obligation includes the. A brief look at our former commissioners of official languages. In the wake of the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, the Parliament of Canada adopted the first Official Languages Act in July The Official Languages Act created the position of Commissioner, whose dual role was described by the Bilingualism and Biculturalism Commission as “the.

implementation of schemes. Part 4: Sections 20 - An Coimisinéir Teanga: Part 4 of the Act provides information on the role, functions and powers of An Coimisinéir Teanga. It also outlines the investigation process which is implemented if it appears that a provision of the Official Languages Act or of any other enactment relating to the.

implementation of subsection 41(1), which sets out the the Court is of the opinion that neither Part VII of the Official Languages Act nor section 41 of that Act imposes on the Governor in Council a specific A decade after the amendments to Part VII of the Official Languages Act: Judicial interpretation of the nature and scope of.

The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) briefed the Committee on progress on the implementation of The Use of Official Languages Act, and the plan for the implementation of the South African Language Practitioners Act. It was noted that the Use of Official Languages Act was promulgated to regulate the use of languages by national government.

Official Languages Act, Consolidation of Current to: 2 ,c Desiring to provide in law for the use of the Inuit Language for all or any of the official. The second study focused on the implementation of Part VII of the Official Languages Act by the federal government and suggested different ways that Section 41 of the Official Languages Act could be implemented.

In this report, Goldbloom suggested assigning a role of Coordinator of Language Policy at the Privy Council Office.(2) A language policy adopted in terms of subsection (I) must- (a) comply with the provisions of section 6(3)(a) of the Constitution; (b) identify at least three official languages that the national department, national public entity or national public enterprise will use for government purposes; (c) stipulate how official languages will be used, amongst other things, in effectively.

(1) This Act may be called the Official Languages Act, (2) Section 3 shall come into force on the 26th day of January, and the remaining provisions of this Act shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint and different dates may be appointed for different.