Table of contents
Fifty Years Later: The Legacy of the Royal Commission on
Bilingualism and Biculturalism
French, the Common Language of Quebec
Does Bilingualism have a future in Canada?
50 years after the Laurendeau-Dunton Commission: The Journey
of French Ontario
A Manitoban Perspective on the B and B Commission.
Bilingualism in Canada: Challenges for the Future
Official Bilingualism: Fair Exchange?
Studies and specific issues
The Legacy of the Laurendeau‑Dunton Commission and
the Principle of Cultural Equality
The Impact of Book IV of the
Report of the Commission on
Bilingualism and Biculturalism on Fundamental Rights and
Multiculturalism in Canada
Work in the Federal Public Service: What Is the Situation Today?
A Look Back
at Wage Disparities Between Francophone and Anglophone Men in
New Brunswick: What Has Happened Since 1971?
A Look Back
at Book V of the Report of the
Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism: What Progress
Has Been Made in the Provision of Provincial and Municipal Services in
the Federal Capital?
Perri Ravon and Albert Nolette
Conversation between Keith Spicer and
Edited by Richard Clément
Bilingualism and the Political Reality in Manitoba in 1983
Profiles of the Authors