In the Media
Here, you will find news clippings related to the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT) and its activities.
Teach bureaucrats language in university, not on the job: language czar, The Ottawa Citizen, November 24, 2009.
«L'anglais précoce conduit à de meilleures connaissances du français», Fonds national suisse (FNS) de la recherche scientifique, Berne, April 7, 2009.
After 40 years, the government needs to carry the flame of linguistic duality, says Graham Fraser, Newsroom, Office of the Commisioner of Official Languages.
Commissioner of Official Languages Graham Fraser's Speech at the CASLT Annual Gereral Meeting, September 25, 2008, Vancouver, BC.
Commissioner of Official Languages Graham Fraser commends CASLT in a speech delivered at the "Bilingualism in a Plurilingual Canada: Research and Implications” colloquium
held by the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute of the University of Ottawa in partnership with CASLT and Canadian Parents for French. June 19, 2008.
"New Brunswick Cutting French Immersion Programs Could Spark Language Tensions" Marianne White, CanWest News Service, March 2008
"French Forward", Susan McLelland, Today's Parent, October 2007.
"Teacher Wins National Award", Frank Peebles, Prince George Citizen, May 16 2007.
"Award-Winning Teacher Takes French Lessons to New Level", Paul Fontaine, Abbotsford Times, May 15 2007.
"Eastern Ontario Catholic School Board to Put Intensive French Program to Test" , Joanne Laucius, Ottawa Citizen, February 26, 2007, City Section, page C8.
"Enseigner le français langue seconde n’est pas toujours du tout repos", Paul Gaboury, Le Droit, October 27, 2006.