The French Language Services Commissioner of Ontario François Boileau submitted his twelfth and final annual report entitled Epilogue of a Franco-Ontarian Institution.
Commissioner Boileau’s speech before the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs regarding Bill 57
Mr. Boileau presents his perspective on Bill 57, and more specifically on Schedule 20, which amends the French Language Services Act.
Speech to the Standing Committee on Official Languages – Modernization of the Official Languages Act
French Language Services Commissioner of Ontario François Boileau expresses his recommendations regarding the Official Languages Act and changes about significant demand, active offer and the importance of a central agency, as well as his vision for language commissioners.
In his 2017-18 Annual Report, the French Language Services Commissioner of Ontario, François Boileau, looks ahead at the Francophone population in 10 years, envisions the issues facing the Francophone communities, and considers how the government will have to revise the provision of French-language services in response. The report, entitled Looking ahead, getting ready, was presented today to the Hon. Ted Arnott, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.
Speech presenting the report – July 18th 2018
Presentation of the Commissioner François Boileau to the Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages
M. François Boileau submitted a brief expressing his recommendations with its study on Canadian’s views about modernizing the Official Languages Act.
The Commissioner was present at the forum on French-Language Health Services hosted by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MHLTC). As part of this event, he addressed the Minister of Health, the Minister of Francophone Affairs and senior managers of the MHLTC and the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), the French Language Health Planning Entities, and the members of the French Language Health Services Advisory Council.