In Committee from the House of Commons

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In Committee from the House of Commons - Official Languages

Official Languages (May 3, 2012)

James Moore, minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, updated the committee on the government’s Roadmap initiative, a five-year plan for improving linguistic duality through programs and service delivery that began in 2008.

Moore discussed his recent midterm report on the initiative and the department’s national consultations on existing programs planned for this summer. Daniel Jean and Hubert Lussier, two senior officials from the Department of Canadian Heritage, also commented on topics including the department’s investment in cultural programs and recent budget cuts.

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