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'''<span style='color:#3095B4;'>[[Media:Non-Imperative_Staffing_Tool.docx |Non-Imperative Staffing Tool]]</span>'''
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: Non-imperative staffing is a staffing procedure for a bilingual position that allows the consideration of applicants who meet all the essential qualifications except the required language skills. 
  
  
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'''<span style='color:#3095B4;'>[[Media:Best_Practices_Digest_-_Advancement_of_English_and_French.pdf|Best Practices Digest: Advancement of English and French]]</span>'''   
 
'''<span style='color:#3095B4;'>[[Media:Best_Practices_Digest_-_Advancement_of_English_and_French.pdf|Best Practices Digest: Advancement of English and French]]</span>'''   
  
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: Looking for best practices to promote English and French? Canadian Heritage has prepared a compendium of best practices drawn from the Official Languages Reviews (Part VII) of several federal institutions. The examples deal specifically with the promotion of English and French in Canadian society.
  
  

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Non-Imperative Staffing

Non-imperative staffing is a staffing procedure for a bilingual position that allows the consideration of applicants who meet all the essential qualifications except the required language skills.



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Best Practices Digest: Advancement of English and French

Looking for best practices to promote English and French? Canadian Heritage has prepared a compendium of best practices drawn from the Official Languages Reviews (Part VII) of several federal institutions. The examples deal specifically with the promotion of English and French in Canadian society.