C-11 - Charter of the French language

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35. The professional orders shall not issue permits except to persons whose knowledge of the official language is appropriate to the practice of their profession.
A person is deemed to have the appropriate knowledge if
(1)  he has received, full time, no less than three years of secondary or post-secondary instruction provided in French;
(2)  he has passed the fourth or fifth year secondary level examinations in French as the first language;
(3)  from and after the school year 1985-86, he obtains a secondary school certificate in Québec.
In all other cases, a person must obtain a certificate issued by the Office québécois de la langue française or hold a certificate defined as equivalent by regulation of the Government.
The Government, by regulation, may determine the procedures and conditions of issue of certificates by the Office, establish the rules governing composition of an examining committee to be formed by the Office, provide for the mode of operation of that committee, and determine criteria for evaluating the appropriate knowledge of French for the practice of a profession or a category of professions and a mode of evaluating such knowledge.
1977, c. 5, s. 35; 1983, c. 56, s. 9; 1993, c. 40, s. 11; 1994, c. 40, s. 457; 2002, c. 28, s. 34.
35. The professional orders shall not issue permits except to persons whose knowledge of the official language is appropriate to the practice of their profession.
A person is deemed to have the appropriate knowledge if
(1)  he has received, full time, no less than three years of secondary or post-secondary instruction provided in French;
(2)  he has passed the fourth or fifth year secondary level examinations in French as the first language;
(3)  from and after the school year 1985-86, he obtains a secondary school certificate in Québec.
In all other cases, a person must obtain a certificate issued by the Office de la langue française or hold a certificate defined as equivalent by regulation of the Government.
The Government, by regulation, may determine the procedures and conditions of issue of certificates by the Office, establish the rules governing composition of an examining committee to be formed by the Office, provide for the mode of operation of that committee, and determine criteria for evaluating the appropriate knowledge of French for the practice of a profession or a category of professions and a mode of evaluating such knowledge.
1977, c. 5, s. 35; 1983, c. 56, s. 9; 1993, c. 40, s. 11; 1994, c. 40, s. 457.
35. The professional corporations shall not issue permits except to persons whose knowledge of the official language is appropriate to the practice of their profession.
A person is deemed to have the appropriate knowledge if
(1)  he has received, full time, no less than three years of secondary or post-secondary instruction provided in French;
(2)  he has passed the fourth or fifth year secondary level examinations in French as the first language;
(3)  from and after the school year 1985-86, he obtains a secondary school certificate in Québec.
In all other cases, a person must obtain a certificate issued by the Office de la langue française or defined as equivalent by regulation of the Office.
The Office, by regulation, may determine the procedures and conditions of issue of certificates, provide for the establishment of an examining committee and its mode of operation, and determine criteria for evaluating the appropriate knowledge of French for the practice of a profession or a category of professions and a mode of evaluating such knowledge.
1977, c. 5, s. 35; 1983, c. 56, s. 9.
35. The professional corporations shall not issue permits in Québec except to persons whose knowledge of the official language is appropriate to the practice of their profession.
Proof of that knowledge must be given in accordance with the regulations of the Office de la langue française, which may provide for the holding of examinations and the issuance of certificates.
1977, c. 5, s. 35.