31 March 2014
I live in Ontario, and common logic requires me to request an answer to these questions :
Ontario has an 'Office of Francophone Affairs' and an Office of 'French Language Services Commissioner'. We have French Language Co-Ordinators (ensured in the French Language Services Act and Regulations) that promote French to each Ministry (Approx.30), Also over 200 public service entities who agreed to provide certain levels of French service (in exchange for funding), many of which are health care related, but also cover Justice, Education and Community and Social Services.
Ontario also has a group called ENTITE 4, to provide advice to 14 LHIN's with 6 more entities. To advise the advisers at ENTITE 4, we have another organization called the French Language Health Services Advisory Council. This council is formed by the 7 (taxpayer funded) associations noted below.
The following organizations are prescribed for the purposes of appointing members to the French Language Health Services Advisory Council:
Who speaks up for English?
It's time to call a halt to the duplication of two languages, and the unfairness that is rampant in the hiring process. When all other factors such as 'MERIT' are of equal quality, rather than selecting representatives of the overwhelming majority of English-speaking residents, the hiring is geared towards the bilingual applicants. French-speaking residents represent barely 4% of Ontario's population!
"An absurd, but systematic conquest is now going into its final stages despite the fact that English is still the language spoken, and/or understood by 95% of the residents of Ontario. Today, we have become nonentities in our own country, unwelcome in our federal government service, and now to become unwelcome in our provincial and municipal government services, and in the entire Canadian job market. It has become self-evident that we have become second-class citizens in our own province.
I and others like me have had enough! Perhaps a possible Ontario election this year is the time for you to face reality and evaluate the policy of giving absolute priority to a power-seeking minority.
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