Infographics on Canada’s official languages

The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada produces educational tools to increase awareness of Canada’s official languages (English and French). The infographics we have developed are designed to help guide you through the wealth of information we have gathered and analyzed for our studies and audits. We combine rich data with compelling visuals and anecdotes to create infographics that help improve your understanding of complex subject matter. We hope you enjoy the experience!

Infographics

Infographic: Planning an event for the 150th anniversary of Confederation?

To those who work tirelessly to bring Canadians together to celebrate or work toward a common goal, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages offers this infographic highlighting details for a successful bilingual event that ensures both English- and French-speakers feel welcomed and represented.

Infographic: Planning an event for the 150th anniversary of Confederation?

Infographic: What Canadians think about bilingualism and the Official Languages Act

In this infographic you will find the Nielsen survey results on the Canadian public’s support for official languages, including the objectives of the Official Languages Act, and concerning bilingualism in general.

Infographic: What Canadians think about bilingualism and the Official Languages Act

Infographics on the official language minority communities in Canada

The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has created infographics that present portraits of official language minority communities in Canada.

Infographic on the English-speaking immigrants in Quebec

The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has created infographics to provide you with data on immigration in official language minority communities. This infographic presents a portrait of English-speaking immigrants in Quebec.

Infographic: English-speaking immigrants in Quebec

Infographic on the French-speaking immigrants outside Quebec

The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages has created infographics to provide you with data on immigration in official language minority communities. This infographic presents a portrait of French-speaking immigrants outside Quebec.

Infographic: French-speaking immigrants outside Quebec

Infographic on official languages in major Canadian airports

In 2012, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada conducted 1,792 observations in eight international airports across Canada to determine whether airport authorities and federal institutions were meeting their obligations under Part IV of the Official Languages Act, which concerns communications with and services to the public. We have summarized the results of the report and observations in a compelling infographic to highlight the key findings and explain how the Official Languages Act applies to certain airport authorities and federal institutions that offer services in these airports.

Infographic: English and French in Canadian airports

Infographic on English-speaking seniors in Quebec

In 2013, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada released the findings from its exploratory study called Enjoying Your Senior Years in Your Own Language, Culture and Community: Federal support from key institutions and a portrait of English-speaking seniors in Quebec. The study had two main objectives. The first is to describe federal support in terms of policies and programs that concern seniors in general and in both English- and French-speaking official language minority communities. The second is to provide a data-based portrait of the situation of Quebec’s English-speaking seniors. This infographic has been developed to help tell the story of our findings in a way that’s quick to read and easy to understand.

Infographic: English-speaking seniors in Quebec

Infographic on interesting facts on l'Acadie

What are the most common surnames in l'Acadie? Is yours one of them? Where do Acadian Francophone immigrants come from?

The 2014 Congrès mondial acadien (World Acadian Congress) just came to an end. Take a look at our most recent infographic and discover some interesting facts about l'Acadie, the first French settlement in North America!

Infographic: Some interesting facts on l'Acadie

Infographic on 'Let's Celebrate l'Acadie!'

Did you know that l'Acadie has its own national anthem? What does the Acadian flag symbolize? When did the Parliament of Canada recognize August 15 as National Acadian Day?

The 2014 Congrès mondial acadien (World Acadian Congress) is being held from August 8 to 24 in New Brunswick, Quebec and in the state of Maine. Take a look at our most recent infographic and discover some interesting facts about l'Acadie, the first French settlement in North America!

Infographic: Let's Celebrate l'Acadie!