One component of Canada’s federal official languages laws is the promotion of the vitality of official language minority communities across the country.
What are the responsibilities of bilingual institutions to these communities? What models are currently used? What lessons can be learned? What impact do these institutions have on communities?
To address these questions, a panel of experts was assembled to examine the theoretical challenges of institutional bilingualism, the issue of minority representation in bilingual institutions, as well as the practical considerations of institutional bilingualism in settings such as universities.
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