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National Capital Region (Gatineau) – 2017

The Canadian Francophonie celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday with the Francophone Heritage, Culture and Tourism Corridor project, a legacy that would help to raise the profile of the Francophone and Acadian communities across the country. Following up on the Forum on Francophone Immigration held in Moncton in March 2017, the ministers continued the dialogue with their colleagues responsible for immigration to ensure that the recommendations emerging from that event were implemented, including the organization of a symposium on the issue with the community sector. The ministers also focused on the use of French in family law matters and pledged to review measures for facilitating this in their respective jurisdictions.

National Capital Region (Gatineau) – 2017