Government urged to better promote French content online
News | 03/27/2002 5:00 am EST
On March 25, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages released its study of the state of French-language government content in Canada. The authors reproach the federal government for not following through on a number of recommendations made by the office in 1999, and urge the government to make a new commitment to French-language content. It’s a matter, say the report’s authors, of economic and cultural imperative. The following is an edited excerpt from the study’s executive summary.