Official Language Policies at the Federal Level in Canada: Costs and Benefits in 2006
— Published on May 6, 2009
This study examines and measures the costs and benefits of federal bilingualism in the government of Canada's official languages policies in 2006/07. The paper is divided into three main parts: the first presents the legal framework, the second presents the costs of these policies, and the third presents the benefits of these policies.
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