Our Response to Minority Languages in Canada

Monday, June 2, 2014

Earlier today, the Progressive Socialist Party discovered an issue regarding minority languages in Canada. The map, pictured below, expresses the most common language in each province, excluding Canada’s Official Languages (English and French).



Earlier today, the Progressive Socialist Party discovered an issue regarding minority languages in Canada. The map, pictured below, expresses the most common language in each province, excluding Canada’s Official Languages (English and French). After observing this map, we believe that a new bill should be created titled the Federal Minority Languages Education Act (FMLEA). This bill would provide a unified federal education system administered by the provincial government and funded by the federal government. This education system would involve tuition in French, English, and a minority language that is not one of Canada’s official language that is most commonly spoken in each province. Essentially, each province would have education offered in the two official languages and one minority, unofficial language most commonly spoken. This would give us the opportunity to enhance multiculturalism within the country. Furthermore, the Federal Minority Languages Education Act would be a contributing factor to establishing where immigrants speaking foreign languages would immigrate. This would ensure that future generations would have their language and culture passed down.

This act will be added as an amendment to the Minority Language Education Rights section of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. As the Progressive Socialist Party, we believe that everyone should have equal opportunities. By creating this act, we will enable all of our citizens to acquire education, and therefore excel and succeed.

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