The Canadian Press

2015-06-18 | NB Language Report

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Before anyone is appointed to a senior position in New Brunswick's public service, the province's languages commissioner says they should be bilingual. Katherine d'Entremont recommends the change take effect in 2020 in her annual report released today. She says despite New Brunswick being Canada's only officially bilingual province, there's more work to do. (D'Entremont is also recommending legislation requiring bilingualism for the eight officers of the legislature, such as the ombudsman and the access to information and privacy commissioner.)

Date: 2015-06-18
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << an investigation into the delivery of bilingual Services by service New Brunswick reveals that some service centers don't have any bilingual employees if clients require their services in French they have to use the telephone >>