C-11, r. 2 - Order in Council respecting the application of section 86.1 of the Charter of the French language to English-speaking persons from New Brunswick

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Order in Council respecting the application of section 86.1 of the Charter of the French language to English-speaking persons from New Brunswick
CHARTER OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE — ENGLISH-SPEAKING PERSONS FROM N.B.
Charter of the French language
(chapter C-11, s. 86.1)
C-11
September 1 2012
1. Children whose father or mother received the greater part of his or her elementary instruction in English elsewhere in Canada and, before establishing domicile in Québec, was domiciled in New Brunswick, are authorized generally to receive instruction in English, at the request of their father or mother.
O.C. 1525-84; O.C. 22-94.
2. Children whose father or mother has established domicile in Québec, and who, during the last school year or since the beginning of the current school year, received elementary or secondary instruction in English in New Brunswick are authorized generally to receive instruction in English, at the request of their father or mother.
O.C. 1525-84; O.C. 22-94.
3. The younger brothers and sisters of children covered by this Regulation are authorized generally to receive instruction in English, at the request of one of their parents.
O.C. 1525-84; O.C. 22-94.
4. (Omitted).
O.C. 1525-84.
REFERENCES
O.C. 1525-84, 1984 G.O. 2, 2672
O.C. 22-94, 1994 G.O. 2, 657