The French Nation of Canada recognizes the impact that official bilingualism has on the distribution of wealth between official and unofficial Deaf, indigenous, and other language communities and so favours a policy of official unilignualism in Federal and Federally-regulated institutions at the provincial and territorial level (or at the local level to the degree that the province or territory allows it) so as to allow a bilingual speaker of the local (or provincial or territorial) official language and a sign language, the local indigenous language, or any other language, to more easily access employment in Federal institutions.

This would not only gives speakers of these languages more access to employment but also give them more access to services.


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