The Government of Canada is committed to developing a new official languages plan directed at the country’s English-speaking and French-speaking linguistic minorities as well as all other Canadians.
To do this, we need to hear and read from you on this subject. We are counting on your ideas and suggestions to develop a plan that will be adapted to the needs of all Canadians and ensure the sustainability of our two official languages.
Answering this questionnaire will only take a few minutes; your participation is voluntary and your anonymity is protected. All information collected will be handled in accordance with the Privacy Act of Canada. For more information, read: Personal Information Collection Statement.
Those who wish may expand on certain themes by answering additional questions at the end of the general questionnaire. If you prefer to preview the questions before responding, you can download the PDF version of the questionnaires below:
Theme 1 – Vitality of French-speaking minority communities
Theme 2 – Vitality of English-speaking communities in Quebec
Theme 3 – Second language learning
Theme 4 – Diversity and Multiculturalism
Theme 5 – Promotion of official languages
“French-speaking majority” refers to French-speakers living in Quebec, and “English-speaking majority” refers to English-speakers living in the other provinces and territories of Canada.
“Minority communities” refers to official language minority communities, namely the English-speakers of Quebec and French-speakers living outside of Quebec.
You may also submit your suggestions or comments to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org