• Parks Canada offers more summer jobs for students (bilingual)

    Parks Canada offers more summer jobs for students Des figurants en uniforme de soldat font tonner un canon sur un rempart The Fortress of Louisbourg is one of Parks Canada's places in Cape Breton that will hire more students this summer. Photo: Parks Canada With the 150th anniversary of Confederation, federal agencies will hire many […more]
  • Paramedic project hits language snag

    Bilingualism barrier sinks pilot program in Edmundston – and it’s not coming here ADAM BOWIE THE DAILY GLEANER - March 9, 2017 Greg McConaghy, a paramedic in the Nackawic area and president of paramedics’ union CUPE Local 4848, says he’s disappointed to see the provincial government scrap one of four test sites in an advanced-care […more]
  • Moncton Hospital lays off several francophone employees By SIMON DELATTRE Tuesday 7 March 2017

    * This was NOT acceptable when it happened to Anglophone employees - and it is NOT acceptable happening to Francophone employees! * THE MONCTON CITY HOSPITAL. - ARCHIVES Annie Berthelot did not expect her career at the Moncton Hospital to stop so suddenly. After five months without incident, she was suspended. The reason: his level […more]
  • The logo of the Municipality appears in a comic strip bubble. The City of Ottawa logo between French and English quotation marks. Photo: Radio-Canada The project to turn Ottawa into an officially bilingual city for the 150th anniversary of Confederation is far from over. According to information gathered by Radio-Canada, half of the members of […more]
  • N.B. trial conducted in wrong language:

    It isn't always the right to be served in French that is lacking ... sometimes it's the right to be served in English. N.B. trial conducted in wrong language: 'It sounds like a Monty Python movie' (File photo) 0 0 THE CANADIAN PRESS Published Friday, February 24, 2017 11:47AM AST Last Updated Monday, February 27, […more]
  • Hospital patient language survey results ‘far from being acceptable’

    More being served in preferred language, but not enough for officially bilingual province, expert says By Bobbi-Jean MacKinnon, CBC News Posted: Feb 22, 2017 7:45 PM AT Last Updated: Feb 22, 2017 7:45 PM AT Language rights expert Michel Doucet said New Brunswick should be doing better than it is in satisfying language requirements at hospitals, […more]
  • Premier: Plea for early immersion ‘ironic’

    TAMMY SCOTT-WALLACE LEGISLATURE BUREAU Amid calls by the Opposition to scrap moving the early French immersion entry point to Grade 1, this week in question period a Progressive Conservative MLA asked the government to make sure students in her riding have the ability to sign up. PHOTO: TAMMY SCOTT-WALLACE/LEGISLATURE BUREAU FREDERICTON • Amid calls by […more]
  • Official Languages: Association of Cosmetology Reprimanded

    The New Brunswick Commissioner of Official Languages is challenging the NB Cosmetology Association for its services in French that are deficient. Robert Levesque, of the Salon Chez Robert in Bathurst, has been a member of the association since 1978. He has often had problems with the association, in other cases with regards to the offer […more]
  • Crowd protests changes to French Immersion in NB (Video)  
  • Parents feel pressure over French Immersion decision (paid subscription)  
  • Justin Trudeau faces formal language complaints after French-only town hall

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on the receiving end of three formal complaints filed with the federal commissioner of official languages after speaking only French despite English questions at a town hall meeting Tuesday night in Sherbrooke, Que. Nelson Kalil from the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada confirmed that three complaints had been […more]
  • Justin Trudeau speaks only French at Sherbrooke town hall, despite English questions

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answered questions ranging from local concerns about public transit to tabling new federal pot legislation at Tuesday night's town hall in Sherbrooke, Que., and he answered them all in French — because, he said, "we're in Quebec." A woman asked in English what would be done to help Anglo-Quebecers seeking mental health services when those services are only available […more]

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