OFFICIAL LANGUAGES CHAMPIONS’ TOOLBOX
In this section, you will find a list of resources added to the Official Languages Champions’ Toolbox since the previous issue of the Dare newsletter was published. This list is also updated regularly on the Toolbox home page.
CALL TO ACTION!
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On May 3, the Council of the Network of Official Languages Champions (Council) launched the “Setting the Tone for Official Languages” awareness campaign. Watch the video on our YouTube channel and consult the Promotional Toolkit to get involved in the campaign!
OTHER RECENTLY ADDED RESOURCES
- The Canada School of Public Service developed the job aid “From Linguistic lnsecurity to Linguistic Resilience”, in partnership with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat.
- The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has launched a new podcast: “Let’s Talk Bilingualism”.
The Commissioner of Official Languages released the final report of the Official Languages Tracking Survey 2021, along with some helpful infographics.
The Council prepared a discussion workshop using the “Dare to Discuss” questions, disseminated as part of the Best Practices Forum on Official Languages.
Canadian Heritage published two new frameworks: Fostering Appreciation and Cooperation Between English Speakers and French Speakers in Canada and the Framework for the Vitality of Official-Language Minority Communities (OLMC).
Canadian Heritage released the Canadian Heritage Official Languages Strategy 2021–2026 – Official Languages: Looking Toward the Future and its departmental accountability framework.