Submission of the Strategic Plan 2023-2027 of the Office québécois de la langue française and the Commission de toponymie – CNW Telbec

MONTREAL, November 23, 2023 /CNW/ – The 2023-2027 strategic plan of the Office québécois de la langue française and the Commission de toponymie was presented today by the Minister of French Language in the National Assembly.

This plan is part of a context following the adoption in June 2022 of the law respecting Quebec’s official and common language, French, and highlights the importance of supporting and equipping jobs so that all Quebecers can live, work and be served in French.

Highlights

  • respect for linguistic rights and obligations;
  • The Place of French in Quebec;
  • Compliance with standards and best practices in toponymy;
  • An efficient organization for high quality services.
    • These problems are supported by five main directions:
      • strengthening respect for linguistic rights and obligations;
      • Support and equip workplaces and the population with language;
      • Report on the development of the linguistic situation in Quebec;
      • Strengthening cooperation with partners of the Commission de toponymie;
      • Develop the services and working methods of the Office and the Commission.
    • A summary table and a summary of the plan, designed in the form of a Prezi presentation, allow you to quickly become aware of the problems, directions, goals and indicators.

    According to the Charter of the French Language, the Office québécois de la langue française is mandated to monitor the evolution of the linguistic situation in Quebec and to report every five years to the Minister of French Language. The Office’s role is also to ensure compliance with the Charter and to ensure that French is the normal and usual language of work, communication, commerce, business and, in collaboration with the French Ministry of Languages, also the language of administration.

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    Information: Source: Chantal Bouchard, spokesperson, Office québécois de la langue française, [email protected]


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