In Committee from the Senate of Canada

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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Official Languages - November 26, 2012

Official Languages

Senators continue their study on CBC/Radio-Canada’s obligations under the Official Languages Act and some aspects of the Broadcasting Act.

René Légère and Amely Friollet O'Neil from the National Society of Acadie, Carmen Gibbs and Jean-Pierre Caissie of the Association of Professional Acadian Artists of New Brunswick, Pascal Raiche-Nogue, Patrick Lacelle and Karine Godin of the Acadian Association of Journalists, and Marie-Linda Lord, a former research chair in Acadian studies at the University of Moncton, all testify.

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