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42nd Parliament, 1st Session (December 3, 2015 - September 11, 2019)

Use of Indigenous Languages in Proceedings of the House of Commons

Report and Government Response

Report 66: The Use of Indigenous Languages in Proceedings of the House of Commons and Committees
  • Adopted by the Committee: June 14, 2018
  • Presented to the House: June 19, 2018
  • No Government Response requested
  • Concurred in by the House: November 29, 2018
In accordance with its mandate, the Committee is studying the potential use of Indigenous languages in the House. The study will focus on the prospect of introducing simultaneous interpretation when Indigenous languages are spoken during parliamentary proceedings.


The Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs is pleased to provide its 66th Report, in Plains Cree, Quebec Cree, Mohawk, Dene and Inuktitut. These languages were spoken by witnesses who appeared before the Committee during its study.

Report in Plains Cree PDF and HTML

Report in Quebec Cree PDF and HTML

Report in Mohawk PDF and HTML

Report in Dene PDF and HTML

Report in Inuktitut PDF and HTML

Meetings

Televised In Camera Cancelled Modified Outside of Parliament Hill