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Ontario Welcomes Annual Report on French-Language Services

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Ontario Welcomes Annual Report on French-Language Services

Province Supporting Francophone Communities

Ministry of Francophone Affairs

Today, Ontario received a report from the French Language Services Commissioner that will help the province build on its commitment to improve access to French-language services.

Commissioner François Boileau congratulated Ontario on the province's recent progress to expand the delivery of high-quality French-language services in the past year, including:

Ontario also welcomes the Commissioner's suggestions for how French-language services can be further improved across the province. 

Enhancing services for French-speaking Ontarians is part of the government's plan to build Ontario up. The four-part plan includes investing in people's talents and skills, making the largest investment in public infrastructure in Ontario's history, creating a dynamic and innovative environment where business thrives, and building a secure retirement savings plan.

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“In the midst of the province’s commemorations of 400 years of French presence in Ontario, I am pleased that the steps we have taken to improve French language services are being recognized by the Commissioner. I am eager to review his eighth annual report, and thank the Commissioner for his dedication to the Franco-Ontarian community.”

Madeleine Meilleur

Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs