October 2019 Edition
October's language news stories were interesting and engaging. A lot of good things are happening to keep Canada's language diversity alive and well.
(Oct 9, 2019)
A Simon Fraser University professor’s decades-long journey to document and preserve British Columbia Indigenous languages and create the partnerships and tools to keep those languages alive is being honoured by Canada’s social sciences research community
(Oct 11, 2019)
A project is underway to help preserve and revitalize the languages of Yukon First Nations, entailing the production of 280 videos recorded in the territory's 14 First Nations.
(Oct 6, 2019)
Cecilia Boyd, host of Tide Gode, CBC's Tlicho-language program, says adults shouldn't be discouraged from learning their language, but it takes work.
(Oct 15, 2019)
The French Language School Board on P.E.I. says it's dealing with a deficit of more than $253,000 from the 2018-19 fiscal year. Talks are underway with the province on required funding and levels of service as enrolment continues to grow.
(Oct 12, 2019)
A school division in northern Saskatchewan is investigating after a staff member says she was told by a principal not to speak Cree.
(Oct 28, 2019)
The Commissioner of Official Languages has ruled that the Canada Post Corporation is not fully respecting the linguistic rights of Francophones by using only an English-language URL for its website.
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