Official language policies of the Canadian provinces : costs and benefits in 2006 / by François Vaillancourt . . . [et al.].
by Vaillancourt, François; Vaillancourt, François; Coche, Olivier; Cadieux, Marc Antoine; Ronson, Jamie Lee; Fraser Institute (Vancouver, B.C.).Material type: BookSeries: Studies in language policy: ; Canadian Electronic LibraryDocuments collection: ; Canadian Electronic LibraryCanadian public policy collection: Publisher: [Vancouver, B. C.] : Fraser Institute, 2012Description: xiii, 138 p. : ill., charts ; 28 cm.Subject(s): Language policy -- Economic aspects -- Canada | Bilingualism -- Economic aspects -- CanadaDDC classification: 306.44971 V131 Online resources: Check for Full Text Access restricted: CBU users only
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|306.44971 M167 The practice of language rights in Canada/||306.44971 S268 The politics of language /||306.44971 T737 Towards reconciliation? :||306.44971 V131 Official language policies of the Canadian provinces :||306.44971384 L656 Ottawa et la reconnaissance d'un statut officiel pour les langues française et anglaise /||306.4497151 A849 Proposition en vue de la mise à jour de la législation linguistique au Nouveau-Brunswick.||306.4497151 L445 L'aménagement linguistique au Nouveau-Brunswick:|
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This study examines the costs and benefits of the official language policies of the 10 Canadian provinces and calculates how much each province spends on providing services in French to a francophone minority. In Quebec's case, the report looked at the cost of providing services in English to the anglophone minority. The study is a complement to Official language policies at the federal level in Canada, a study of the costs and benefits of the federal government's official language policies,published by the Fraser Institute in 2009 (Vaillancourt and Coche, 2009). Official language policies of the Canadian Provinces focuses on the costs and benefits of the official language policies in 2006 as there is no evidence of any significant change in the provincial policies towards official minorities since then.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -131)