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Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1

Michel Desjardins

Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1

francophones in urban settings : the Halifax francophone community.

by Michel Desjardins

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Published by Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadians, French-speaking -- Nova Scotia -- Halifax.,
  • Canadians, French-speaking -- Services for -- Nova Scotia -- Halifax.,
  • Linguistic minorities -- Nova Scotia -- Halifax.,
  • Halifax (N.S.) -- Languages.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIndicateurs de vitalité des communautés de langue officielle en situation minoritaire 1 : les francophones en milieu urbain : la communauté francophone d"Halifax, Halifax francophone community
    ContributionsCanada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 21, 21, vi p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20292657M
    ISBN 109780662051367

    The main focus was on UNESCO Language Vitality and Endangerment Factors (UNESCO, ) 1 – the absolute number of minority language speakers and the proportion of speakers within the total population, 2 – language policies, attitudes and beliefs, and 3 – language practices, including intergenerational language transmission, instruction. CONCLUSION 1: Data on people’s civic engagement, their connections and networks, and their communities—aggregated at various levels of demographic and geographic granularity—are essential for research on the relationships between a range of social capital dimensions and social, health, and economic outcomes, and for understanding the directions of those effects. Proposed Indicators for a Community Health Profile. To promote community use of health profiles, the committee is proposing a basic set of 25 indicators (see Table ).They provide descriptive information on a community's demographic and socioeconomic characteristics and highlight important aspects of health status and various health determinants, including behavior, factors Cited by: 6.


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Get this from a library. Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1: francophones in urban settings: the Winnipeg francophone community. [Marc L Johnson; Canada. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages.].

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Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, A Sharper View: Evaluating the Vitality of Official Language Minority Communities, Ottawa, On-line version consulted Ma 9. Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, Vitality Indicators for Official Language Minority Communities 1: Francophones in Urban Settings, Ottawa.

grant language communities with the institutional support they need to foster their development in the present and future within multilingual societies. Underlying discussions about the demographic vitality of the English-speaking communities of Quebec (hereafter ESCQ) is the question of language and identity (Jedwab, ).

When. tional vitality of the French and English official language communities, the. indicators of demographic vitality such as absolute and relative group num.

UNESCO’s methodological guideline entitled ‘Language Vitality and Endangerment’ (LVE)1 was developed by an Ad hoc expert group comprising Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1 book from various regions in ‐ and adopted by an international meeting ‘Safeguarding Endangered Languages’ held at UNESCO Headquarters in File Size: KB.

and its support of the vitality of official-language minority communities as priorities. Inthe strategy was renewed with the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages Education, Immigration, Communities (Roadmap ).

Roadmap is a platform for 28 official languages initiatives implemented by 14 federal. On this page Overview Eligibility How much you can expect Claim the climate action incentive payment Overview The climate action incentive (CAI) payment consists of a basic amount and a 10% supplement for residents of small and rural communities.

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UNESCO Document 1 Language Vitality & Endangerment. situation of the minority languages as a File Size: KB. The objective vitality framework Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1 book available census and sociolinguistic indicators to measure the relative vitality of minority and majority language communities in contact.

Western Economic Diversification Canada required its economic development Vitality indicators for official language minority communities 1 book to adopt an “official languages lens” when analyzing funding applications in order to determine whether projects were considered likely to promote linguistic duality or enhance the vitality of official language minority communities.

Major events and. In DecemberStatistics Canada released the findings of the first-ever survey on the vitality of official language communities. 15 The survey was conducted in the fall of and was based on a sample of 53, official language speakers (30, adults children) living in a minority situation, in other words, in Frenchspeaking.

Economic Dimension. Economic status also affects an official-language minority communities (OLMC's) vitality, and dominant features of this dimension Footnote 21 are related to education levels, employment, and te Education On a national scale, the English-speaking communities (ESCs) have a higher level of education than other Canadians, being.

situations. Minority language groups whose numbers and network intensity are strong in a given region may even be in a position to use their minority language for public use such as in local stores and business and obtain some government services in their minority language (Bourhis, ).

The vitality of a language community can beFile Size: KB. PART IV OFFICIAL LANGUAGE MINORITY COMMUNITIES 1. THE FUTURE IS NOW. Nothing comes easily to the official language minority communities. Things that majority communities take for granted -- their school system governance, access to health care and social services in their language, the ability of federal institutions to communicate with them, inform and serve them in.

Gaeltacht (/ ˈ ɡ eɪ l t ə x t / GAYL-təkht, Irish: [ˈɡeːl̪ˠt̪ˠəxt̪ˠ]; plural Gaeltachtaí) is an Irish-language word for any primarily Irish-speaking region. In Ireland, the term Gaeltacht refers individually to any, or collectively to all, of the districts where the government recognises that the Irish language is the predominant vernacular, or language of the home.

In other words, the addition of section to Canada's Official Languages Act must help to apply the principle of equality between our two linguistic communities. A modernization of Canada's Official Languages Act has the power to provide considerable support to the vitality of New Brunswick's official language communities.

This book is an exploration of the vitality of multilingualism and of its critical importance in and for contemporary cities. It examines how the city has emerged as a key driver of the multilingual future, a concentration of different, changing cultures which somehow manage to create a new : Lid King.

Modernization is necessary because the roles and responsibilities of official languages actors have changed substantially, as have the official language minority communities. In this regard, I had the opportunity to draw an initial parallel with my recommendation to the Ontario government to modernize the French Language Services Act.

In selecting the minority language communities, the criteria defined in Art. 1 of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages have been applied: they are “languages that are: (i) traditionally used within a given territory of a State by nationals of that State who form a group numerically smaller than the rest of the State's.

The issue of rights holders is extremely important for the committee and for the vitality of minority official language communities. There have been a lot of issues around that recently, for instance trials in British Columbia concerning access to quality schools.

Our institute published a book on the vitality of the English language in. Senate Committees. Linguistic duality allows us to provide enhanced access to government information and services in Canadians' choice of official language.

By building a more open public service in both official languages, we make it possible to work more closely with other levels of government, partners and end-users in the design and delivery of programs. This helps make the best use. Building on existing analytical frameworks, this book provides a new methodology allowing different language policies in international multilingual organisations (or “language regimes”) to be compared and evaluated on the basis of criteria such as efficiency and : The language vitality - capacity of a language to live, grow, and develop - depends upon various factors.

Some of these are: social status, demography, and institutional support. Access to Information and communication technology in their own language is one of the ways to empower the people and enhance the vitality of a language.

Free Online Library: Francophone intergroup attitudes and readiness for interprovincial migration in Canada.(Report) by "Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal"; History Literature, writing, book reviews Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Canadian native peoples Emigration and immigration French speaking Canadians Social aspects French-Canadians.

Standing Senate Committee on Official Languages. Performance indicators Target Date to achieve target –14 Actual results –15 Actual results Indigenous and official language minority communities. Plan is designed to foster the development of the two official languages within the organization and to enhance the vitality of minority-language communities throughout the country.

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In this work, they refer to minority communities as official (French or English) language minority communities (OLMC). They do not describe Francophone minority communities as being hors-Québec (outside Quebec), since it is appropriate to speak of people in terms of where they actually live.

Allard () and Landry () make it possible to. In compliance with Part VII (promotion of official languages, support to the development and vitality of minority communities, etc.) of the Official Languages Act, the Department facilitates the participation of official language minority communities and their organizations in developing and assessing policies, programs and services.

By funding. Table 1: An unstable equilibrium - language indicators in Montreal (a) Metropolitan Montreal, all figures are percentages Where Equilibrium we are goal 1. Proportion whose home language is French, 65 78 among immigrants whose home language is French or English at time of arrival in Quebec (b) 2.

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enhancing the vitality of official language minority communities. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is working with its many federal, provincial, territorial and community partners to ensure that these communities reap the benefits of immigration.

I am therefore pleased to present this collection of best practices—an innovativeFile Size: 4MB. The following conclusions are drawn: All languages should be categorised by date of first attestation.; Only "literally" extinct languages should be categorised by date of extinction.

This would include "dead" and "extinct" languages which are nowadays solely used in academic study of old corpuses, but exclude "obsolete" languages that have evolved into later languages and. Pioneering agreement to strengthen Quebec English language culture building on the NFB’s commitment to official-language minority communities across Canada.

“The vitality of our Author: The National Film Board of Canada. With chapters written by pdf working in the field of language endangerment and members of indigenous communities on the frontline of language support and maintenance, Policy and Planning for Endangered Languages is essential reading for researchers and students of language death, sociolinguistics and applied linguistics, as well as.Canada possesses a vast ecosystem of cultural policies and measures which promote the diversity of cultural expressions on its territory.

Implemented at various levels of government, these measures complement one another to support all stages of cultural expression: creation, production, distribution, dissemination and participation. The list of indicators for eight of the community ebook neighborhood indicatory systems (e.g., Boston Ebook Project and Data Drive Detroit) and the U.S.

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