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<b><u>September 10 is Linguistic Duality Day!</u> #JDL2020LDD</b><br>
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<b><u>Armchair discussion</b></u><br>
To celebrate Linguistic Duality Day, the Council of the Network of Official Languages Champions and the Canada School of Public Service are hosting a virtual talk: Official Languages in the Era of Telework. During this webcast, we will explore the challenges that this shift raises in terms of linguistic duality and discuss the opportunities it offers institutions to support English and French. <br>
<li>Promote the virtual talk Official Languages in the Era of Telework</li>
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<b><u>How is your organization celebrating?</b></u><br>
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<b><u>Consultation Corner</b></u><br>
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<b><i>Did you know that the [https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-92-48/index.html Official Languages (Communications with and Services to the Public) Regulations] specifies two scenarios that oblige federal institutions to consult with official language minority communities? </b></i>< <br>
Following-up on our request for testimonials sent on August 4, the Official Languages Centre of Excellence is looking for feedback from federal institutions that have consulted with language minority communities in the last 10 years. This information-gathering initiative will help the Regulations team to develop tools that will make it easier and more efficient for you to conduct such consultations in the future. <br>
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We look forward to discussing this initiative with you at the August 26, 2020, virtual meeting on official languages. <br>
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<b><i>[[Media:Newsletter_-_August_2020_--_Infolettre_-_aout_2020.pdf|View this publication in PDF.]]</b></i><br>
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