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“Will Alberta return to the fold of official bilingualism after 150 years?”
Read the open letter on the R. v. Caron SCC case, written by Antoine Leduc – President of the Canadian Bar Association - Quebec Branch

(This letter was also published on March 10, 2015 in the Montreal Gazette.)



The purpose of the Conference is:

  1. to make the Association, its Branches and its members aware of the practice of common law in French, identifying and making members aware of relevant tools and resources;
  2. to work with National and Branch Sections, Conferences and Standing Committees to promote the organization of meetings, continuing legal education and other programs in French;
  3. to organize common law programs and programming in French at meetings of the Association;
  4. to work with other organizations interested in common law in French;
  5. to examine the evolution of linguistic rights in Canada;
  6. to promote linguistic equality within the legal profession and the Association; and
  7. to publish a regular bulletin to inform those using the French language in the Canadian legal milieu. (03-07-M)


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