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Policy instruments


Here are the laws, policies and directives that make up the official languages policy suite.

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Official Languages Act

The Official Languages Act declares English and French the official languages of Canada.

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Policy on Official Languages

The Policy on Official Languages describes how to implement the OLA.

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Official Languages Regulations

The Regulations explain in detail how to implement Part IV of the OLA.

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Directive on Official Languages for Communications and Services

This Directive provides instructions on how to implement Part IV of the OLA.

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Directive on Official Languages for People Management

This Directive provides details on how to implement Part V for the OLA.

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