Official Languages – April 20, 2015

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Official Languages – April 20, 2015

Senators continue their study on best practices for language policies and second-language learning in a context of linguistic duality or plurality. Michael Hudon (communications and project coordinator, Canadian Parents for French – Manitoba) from French for Life, Danielle Lamothe (executive director) of French for the Future, Deborah Morrison (executive director) from the Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada along with Alan Arcand (associate director, Centre for Municipal Studies) and Pedro Antunes (deputy chief economist and executive director, forecasting and analysis) of the Conference Board of Canada discuss the various second language programs offered by their respective organizations.
(April 20, 2015)