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This final report follows a series of consultations that focused on two key Indigenous Languages Act implementation issues: the establishment of an Office of the Commissioner of Indigenous Languages, and the establishment of measures to facilitate the provision of adequate, sustainable and long-term funding. The report contains a comprehensive overview of what was heard throughout the virtual consultations undertaken in the Fall 2020 and the online portal and offers a series of next steps.
Briefing binder used by the Honourable Mélanie Joly, before the Standing Committee on Official languages (LANG), Reform Document for the Modernization of the Official Languages Act
Promoting bilingualism and the development
of official language minority communities
in Canada are key elements of our success.
This report presents several of the actions taken
by the Government of Canada, through its federal
institutions in 2015–16 to achieve these goals.
Purpose and scope of annual reporting
Section 7 of the Act requires the Minister of Justice to, in consultation and cooperation with Indigenous peoples, report annually on progress in relation to “the measures taken under section 5 and the preparation and implementation of the action plan referred to in section 6”. These annual reports provide transparency and ensure accountability for the work to implement the Act as it progresses. This first report outlines progress made between June 2021 and March 2022 towards ensuring the consistency of laws and development of the action plan in consultation and cooperation with Indigenous peoples. This period included the creation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act Implementation Secretariat at the Department of Justice Canada, a new multi-disciplinary team, 60% of whom self-identify as First Nations, Inuit or Métis, which is now leading the federal implementation of the Act.
The Indian Act Amendment and Replacement Act requires the Minister of Indigenous Services to report annually, within the first 10 sitting days of the House of Commons in every calendar year, on the work undertaken in collaboration with First Nations and other interested parties to develop new legislation to replace the Indian Act. This report details the work undertaken in 2020-21.
Map of the number of individuals in official language minority communities (according to first official language spoken, adjusted responses) by economic region. Multiple responses distributed equally among respondents. Data from 2016 Census of Canada, 100% sample.
Map of the percentage of the official language minority population (according to first official language spoken, adjusted responses) within the total population by economic region. Multiple responses distributed equally among respondents. Data from 2016 Census of Canada, 100% sample.
This report is a compilation of reports from many federal organizations about environmental assessments of activities on federal lands and outside Canada.
Briefing binder used by the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of economic development and official languages, before the Standing Committee on Official Languages (LANG)
Briefing binder used by the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of economic development and official languages, before the Senate Standing Committee on Official Languages (OLLO)