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Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada tables his 2023-2024 report

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Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada Raymond Théberge tabled his 2023–2024 annual report in Parliament Tuesday.

The modernization of the Official Languages Act in June 2023 marked the beginning of a new chapter not only in the history of official languages, but also in the history of the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.

Over the past year, the Office of the Commissioner has been laying the foundations for the use of the Commissioner’s new powers under the modernized Act, as well as updating its activities and operating methods, including the content of the Commissioner’s annual report.

Full implementation of the Act is necessary to ensure that the intended changes can be realized within the new federal language policy framework.

“We need to keep up the momentum and build on the progress we’ve made to effect concrete, lasting changes in order to secure the future of both of our official languages across the country. I’m counting on all federal institutions to step up their efforts to meet their language obligations, including the new ones in the modernized Official Languages Act.” – Raymond Théberge, Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada.


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Annual Report 2023-2024