During a consultation conducted by ACPI (Association canadienne des professionnels en immersion) in 2017, 900 participants identified the shortage of qualified French immersion (FI) teachers as a major issue in Canada. This finding was consistent with the findings of a CASLT study conducted in 2015 , which reported a shortage of qualified teachers in French as a second language (FSL) programs. As a result, in 2020 and 2021, ACPI and CASLT joined forces to develop a national picture of the shortage. 934 school leaders responded to the survey, resulting in a projected shortage of 10,000 qualified FSL and FI teachers across Canada. This report details the findings of the study and provides recommendations for future actions. To learn more about the research project, visit acpi.ca.