Two solitudes, two pillars of strength

“Canada’s diversity is one of its biggest strengths and has its roots in the co-existence of different cultures and languages in our country from its early days. It is reflected in the many sides of our rich national identity – an identity defined in large part by Canada’s bilingual character. As Member of Parliament for the Pontiac, with its proud Anglophone and Francophone communities, I am committed to building on this remarkable achievement by enriching and strengthening the vitality of Canada’s official language minority communities.”

This letter submitted by MP William Amos in the Low Down to Hull & Back portrays the various challenges that could affect linguistic minorities in Canada especially surrounding the review of the Official Languages Act.

Read the letter in the Low Down to Hull & Back online