Interventions in Committee
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So, very good, if it's true.
You saw that we tabled a groundbreaking report this morning on Air Canada. We decided, in the Standing Committee on Official Languages, to recommend that the government once and for all give coercive powers to the Commissioner of Official Languages to ensure that French-speaking Canadians are absolutely respected when it comes to their language rights.
What do you think of this recommendation, which is still quite bold?
View Alupa Clarke Profile
The Standing Committee on Official Languages may soon begin a study on modernizing the Official Languages Act, and we will definitely be bolder than we have been this morning. We recommend giving enforcement powers to the commissioner of official languages, lobbyists and the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner.
When I go door to door in my riding, I spontaneously ask people whether they think that the commissioner of official languages should have enforcement powers to aggressively enforce the Official Languages Act.
Do you think the commissioner should have enforcement powers? So far, he has been just a puppet without any power.
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