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Monday, 25th May 2009

Official Language Policies at the Federal Level in Canada: Costs and Benefits in 2006

Official Language Policies at the Federal Level in Canada: Costs and Benefits in 2006
Source: Fraser Institute

This study examines and measures the costs and benefits of federal bilingualism in the government of Canada’s official languages policies in 2006/07. The paper is divided into three main parts: the first presents the legal framework under which the federal government and federally regulated entities make decisions as to the internal and external usage of both official languages, the second presents the costs of these policies, and the third presents the benefits of these policies.

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