C-11 - Charter of the French language

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29.1. English language school boards and the Commission scolaire du Littoral are recognized school bodies.
The Office shall recognize, at the request of the municipality, body or institution,
(1)  a municipality of which more than half the residents have English as their mother tongue;
(2)  a body under the authority of one or more municipalities that participates in the administration of their territory, where each such municipality is a recognized municipality; or
(3)  a health and social services institution listed in the Schedule, where it provides services to persons who, in the majority, speak a language other than French.
The Government may, at the request of a body or institution that no longer satisfies the condition which enabled it to obtain the recognition of the Office, withdraw such recognition if it considers it appropriate in the circumstances and after having consulted the Office. Such a request shall be made to the Office, which shall transmit it to the Government with a copy of the record. The Government shall inform the Office and the body or institution of its decision.
1993, c. 40, s. 10; 2000, c. 57, s. 6; 2002, c. 28, s. 2.
29.1. English language school boards, the Cree School Board, the Kativik School Board and the Commission scolaire du Littoral are recognized school bodies.
The Office shall recognize, at the request of the municipality, body or institution,
(1)  a municipality of which more than half the residents have English as their mother tongue;
(2)  a body under the authority of one or more municipalities that participates in the administration of their territory, where each such municipality is a recognized municipality; or
(3)  a health and social services institution listed in the Schedule, where it provides services to persons who, in the majority, speak a language other than French.
The Government may, at the request of a body or institution that no longer satisfies the condition which enabled it to obtain the recognition of the Office, withdraw such recognition if it considers it appropriate in the circumstances and after having consulted the Office. Such a request shall be made to the Office, which shall transmit it to the Government with a copy of the record. The Government shall inform the Office and the body or institution of its decision.
1993, c. 40, s. 10; 2000, c. 57, s. 6.
In the first paragraph, the words “the Cree School Board, the Kativik School Board” will come into force on the date or dates to be fixed by order of the Government. (2000, c. 57, s. 16; Order in Council 683-2001 dated 6 June 2001, (2001) 133 G.O. 2, 2639).
29.1. The Office shall, for the purposes of the provisions of the third paragraph of section 20 and sections 23, 24, 26 and 28, recognize, at their request, the municipal or school bodies within the meaning of the Schedule, or the health and social services institutions referred to in the Schedule, that provide services to persons who, in the majority, speak a language other than French. It shall also recognize, for the purposes of those provisions and at the request of a school body, the departments of such a body that have charge of organizing or giving instruction in a language other than French.
The Government may, at the request of a body or institution that no longer satisfies the condition which enabled it to obtain recognition under the first paragraph, withdraw such recognition if it considers it appropriate in the circumstances and after having consulted the Office. Such a request shall be made to the Office, which shall transmit it to the Government with a copy of the record. The Government shall inform the Office and the body or institution of its decision.
1993, c. 40, s. 10.