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Annual Report • Special Edition 35th Anniversary 1969-2004 • Volume I

Since 1970, Canadians have witnessed a clear progression in nearly all aspects of their daily lives when it comes to official languages. This progression is the result of the efforts of different levels of government, the increasing openness of the population, an interest in learning the other official language and the mobilization of official language minority communities.

Dyane Adam

THE TEXTURE OF CANADA

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A fabric is woven of many threads. Those of us who speak English and those of us who speak French — ourselves made up of many different elements — have joined together to weave a social fabric called Canada. The golden fabric at the centre of the pin symbolizes the meeting place of our two linguistic communities and the richness of the dialogue between them.

Wearers of the emblem of the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages are signifying their commitment to fostering harmonious human relations between the English-speaking and French-speaking components of Canada’s social fabric.

THE SPEAKER OF THE SENATE, OTTAWA

Mr. Speaker,

Pursuant to section 66 of the Official Languages Act, I hereby submit to Parliament, through your good offices, the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Official Languages covering the period from April 1, 2004 to March 31, 2005.

Yours respectfully,

Dyane Adam
Commissioner of Official Languages

THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, OTTAWA

Mr. Speaker,

Pursuant to section 66 of the Official Languages Act, I hereby submit to Parliament, through your good offices, the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Official Languages covering the period from April 1, 2004 to March 31, 2005.

Yours respectfully,

Dyane Adam
Commissioner of Official Languages


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