C-11 - Charter of the French language

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141. The francization program is intended to generalize the use of French at all levels of the enterprise through
(1)  the knowledge of the official language on the part of management, the members of the professional orders and the other members of the personnel;
(2)  an increase, where necessary, at all levels of the enterprise, including the board of directors, in the number of persons having a good knowledge of the French language so as to generalize its use;
(3)  the use of French as the language of work and as the language of internal communication;
(4)  the use of French in the working documents of the enterprise, especially in manuals and catalogues;
(5)  the use of French in communications with the civil administration, clients, suppliers, the public and shareholders except, in the latter case, if the enterprise is a closed company within the meaning of the Securities Act (chapter V‐1.1);
(6)  the use of French terminology;
(7)  the use of French in public signs and posters and commercial advertising;
(8)  appropriate policies for hiring, promotion and transfer;
(9)  the use of French in information technologies.
1977, c. 5, s. 141; 1993, c. 40, s. 49; 1994, c. 40, s. 457; 1999, c. 40, s. 45.
141. The francization programme is intended to generalize the use of French at all levels of the firm through
(1)  the knowledge of the official language on the part of management, the members of the professional corporations and the other members of the personnel;
(2)  an increase, where necessary, at all levels of the firm, including the board of directors, in the number of persons having a good knowledge of the French language so as to generalize its use;
(3)  the use of French as the language of work and as the language of internal communication;
(4)  the use of French in the working documents of the firm, especially in manuals and catalogues;
(5)  the use of French in communications with the civil administration, clients, suppliers, the public and shareholders except, in the latter case, if the firm is a closed company within the meaning of the Securities Act (chapter V-1.1);
(6)  the use of French terminology;
(7)  the use of French in public signs and posters and commercial advertising;
(8)  appropriate policies for hiring, promotion and transfer;
(9)  the use of French in information technologies.
1977, c. 5, s. 141; 1993, c. 40, s. 49.
141. The francization programme is intended to generalize the use of French at all levels of the business firm. This implies:
(a)  the knowledge of the official language on the part of management, the members of the professional corporations and the other members of the staff;
(b)  an increase at all levels of the business firm, including the board of directors, in the number of persons having a good knowledge of the French language so as to generalize its use;
(c)  the use of French as the language of work and as the language of internal communication;
(d)  the use of French in the working documents of the business firm, especially in manuals and catalogues;
(e)  the use of French in communications with clients, suppliers and the public;
(f)  the use of French terminology;
(g)  the use of French in advertising;
(h)  appropriate policies for hiring, promotion and transfer.
1977, c. 5, s. 141.