Canada’s cultural and linguistic diversity requires provincial and territorial languages policies as shown below. Each jurisdiction also has organization advocating for the official languages as well as statistics and infographics to represent the state of their official and non-official languages.  

 

Alberta

Policies and Programs:

Official Languages Advocacy:

Curriculum:

Infographics and Statistics:

British Columbia

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Curriculum:

Infographics and Statistics:

Manitoba

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Curriculum:

Infographics and Statistics:

New Brunswick

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Infographics and Statistics:

Newfoundland and Labrador

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Infographics and Statistics:

Northwest Territories

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Infographics and Statistics:

Nova Scotia

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Infographics and Statistics:

Nunavut

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Official Languages Advocacy:

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Ontario

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Official Languages Advocacy:

Curriculum:

Infographics and Statistics:

Prince Edward Island

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Official Languages Advocacy:

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Quebec

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Official Languages Advocacy:

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Saskatchewan

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Yukon

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