Third Law

In the fight for native language and culture of French Canada have ensured that their language, along with the British erected to the status of the official language in those territories of Canada, home to the French. In Quebec, a law was passed in 1969, and in 1974 a law was passed in the provincial areas. And in 1961 adopted a policy regarding use the French language in private and public enterprises of the country. The French were supposed to know all the civil servants in Quebec, as well as the entrepreneurs, who wanted to get a license to engage in private activity in any area of industry and manufacturing. In the social sphere was necessary to use the French language, though not forbidden, along with the use of other languages. As for the scope education, children should be trained in French, except for those children who underwent special testing, thereby proving their ability to learn English.

Following the adoption of Third Law (1977), on the French language in Canada, have been proclaimed fundamental rights of Canadian citizens of French origin, the use of their native language. Thus, in the territory of Quebec citizens had the right to use their own language everywhere and get the information they need from government agencies and services from agencies in all spheres of activities in French. It was also canceled testing for learning in English schools. However, in order that the child could get into a school, at least one parent must have had at least primary education in English. Subsequent laws were made only small additions to the use of language.

It is worth noting that the right to use their mother tongue English-speaking citizens in the territories of the French regions can not be infringed. To date, in Quebec, there are two main languages – English and French. Along with this fact, in the Canadian provinces inhabited by people for whom neither French nor English is not their native language. However, there are very few, and together with the native language, he use one of two major, common languages in Canada. In the other 9 provinces in the largely English-speaking population, only in the provinces of New Brunswick and Ontario's getting on a sufficiently large number French-speaking citizens. For example, in Canada there is bilingualism, which was formed on the basis of two languages: English and French. With the continuation of this theme, you can see in the second part.