Annotated Language Laws of Canada: Constitutional, Federal, Provincial and Territorial Laws

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ABSTRACT: The Annotated Language Laws of Canada is a comprehensive and evergreen legal reference tool. It inventories all constitutional, federal, provincial and territorial legislation relating, in whole or in part, to the use of language(s) within government institutions and in commercial and/or private activities. The publication covers a variety of legislative and regulatory provisions and relevant case law excerpts relating to the official languages of Canada, aboriginal languages and the rights of Canadians who speak languages other than French or English.

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Department of Justice
  • Publisher - Organization Name at Publication: Official Languages Directorate
  • Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada

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