In an attempt to grow the French community in Canada, the Liberal government is developing a policy for French-speaking migrants.
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Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Official Languages Minister, believes that having a bilingual population and workforce will prove advantageous for Canada in the long run.
Don’t forget the newly developed policy will follow a five-year action plan for official languages, as the government confirmed through a statement released recently.
According to the plan, Canada hopes to hire workers from Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas while attracting workers who speak multiple languages to grow francophone minority communities.
In addition to this, the government is interested in recruiting French-speaking teachers to help francophone minority communities learn the French language effectively.
The Official Languages Minister further added that government is well aware of the existing shortage of bilingual workers in the workforce. Therefore, the new policy will ensure to make future immigration efforts more fruitful in every aspect.
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