Official Language Policies of the Canadian Provinces: Costs and Benefits in 2006

Type of resource
Authors/collaborators
Title
Official Language Policies of the Canadian Provinces: Costs and Benefits in 2006
Abstract
The authors examine the costs and benefits of the official languages policy in the ten Canadian provinces, and calculate how much each province spends on providing services to its official language minority. In Quebec's case, the authors looked at the cost of providing services in English to the Anglophone minority.
Series
Studies in Language Policies
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
Fraser Institute
Date
2012
# of Pages
xii-138
Language
en
ISBN
1920-0749
Citation
Vaillancourt, François, Olivier Coche, Marc Antoine Cadieux, and Jamie Lee Ronson. Official Language Policies of the Canadian Provinces: Costs and Benefits in 2006. Studies in Language Policies. Vancouver, BC: Fraser Institute, 2012.
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