The Future of Official Language Minority Groups and the Commitment by Federal Institutions: Part VII of the Official Languages Act as a Tool for Achieving Substantive Equality

The Future of Official Language Minority Groups and the Commitment by Federal Institutions: Part VII of the Official Languages Act as a Tool for Achieving Substantive Equality

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Title: The Future of Official Language Minority Groups and the Commitment by Federal Institutions: Part VII of the Official Languages Act as a Tool for Achieving Substantive Equality
Author: Corriveau, Monick; Léger, Richard; Létourneau, Matthew; Roy, Mélanie
Abstract: This report interprets and applies subsections 41(1) and 41(2) of Part VII in light of recent developments in relation to language rights. It analyzes the binding effect of Part VII in relation to the following themes: (1) Who is entitled to benefit under Part VII of the OLA? (2) How could Part VII of the OLA be applied by federal institutions and the courts? (3) Should the commitment by federal institutions put greater emphasis on the community aspect?
Date: 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/19978

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