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<span style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 16pt"><b>Did you know that?...</b></span><br><br>The <span style="color:#3095B4;"> [https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-92-48/index.html <i><b>Official Languages (Communications with and Services to the Public) Regulations</i></b>]</span> are the instrument for applying Part IV of the <span style="color:#3095B4;"> [https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/o-3.01/FullText.html <i><b>Official Languages Act.</i></b>]</span> They enable institutions to determine whether a federal office must provide its services in English, in French, or in both official languages. <br>
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The Regulations and the <span style="color:#3095B4;"> [https://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/pol/doc-eng.aspx?id=26163 <i><b>Directive on the Implementation of the Official Languages (Communications with and Service to the Public) Regulations are the instrument for applying Part IV of the Official Languages Act. They enable institutions to determine whether a federal office </i></b>]</span> prescribe two scenarios where an institution must provide its services in English, in French, or in both communicate with official languages.language minority communities: <br>
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The Regulations and the Directive on <b>1. When applying the Implementation principle of the Official Languages (Communications with proportionality</b> <br>An institution must offer bilingual communications and Service services in a number of offices equal to , or greater than, the Publicproportion (%) Regulations prescribe two scenarios where an institution must communicate with official language of the minority communities:in a region when it has more than one office offering the same services in that region.<br>
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1. When applying the principle number of proportionality <br>An offices to become bilingual has been determined, the institution must offer bilingual communications and services in a number take into account the mandate of the offices equal to, or greater thanthe distribution of the minority, and the proportion advice received after consultation with the minority to choose which one (%s) of will be designated bilingual among the minority offices involved in a region when it has more than one office offering the same services in that regioncalculation.<br>
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When <i>Example</i>: if 3 offices offer the same services in a region where the linguistic minority is 22,4%, the calculation would be: 3 x 22,4% = 0,672. A fraction has to be rounded up to the next whole number , therefore 1 of these 3 offices to become must be bilingual has been determined. In consultation with the communities served, the institution must take into account the mandate determine which of the these 3 offices, the distribution of the minority, and the advice received after consultation with the minority to choose which one (s) will should be bilingually designated among the offices involved in the calculationbilingual.<br>
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Example: if 3 <b>2. When some designated bilingual offices offer become unilingual</b> <br>The institution has up to 2 years to inform the same services in a region where minority served by the linguistic minority is 22,4%, office(s) of the calculation would be: 3 x 22,4% = 0,672. A fraction has to be rounded up to scheduled date for the next whole number, therefore 1 discontinuation of these 3 offices must be bilingual. In consultation with services and the communities served, the institution must determine way in which of these 3 offices should they will now be designated bilingualable to receive services in their official language.<br>
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2. When some bilingually designated offices become unilingual <span style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 18pt"><u><brb>The [https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YZ9NVGM Are you a PROL for your institution has up to 2 years to inform the minority served by the office(s) of the scheduled date for the discontinuation of bilingual services and the way ? Participate in which they will now be able to receive services in their official language.our consultation activity here!]</u></b></span>

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