Action plans and status reports

The government of Canada designated 32 key federal institutions because of their importance to the development of the official-language minority communities.

These federal institutions consult the minority communities as to their development needs and proceed to draw up an annual or multi-year action plan to illustrate their intentions to support the communities. They also produce status reports to demonstrate their progress in these areas

The Action Plans contain various measures that could further help the development and enhance the vitality of official-language minority communities and promote linguistic duality.

Key Designated Federal Institutions

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 

Business Development Bank of Canada

Canada Council for the Arts

Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions

Canada Post Corporation

Canada Public Service Agency

Canada School of Public Service

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Canadian International Development Agency

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Canadian Tourism Commission

Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Health Canada

Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)

Industry Canada

International Development Research Centre

Justice Canada

National Arts Centre

National Capital Commission

National Film Board of Canada

Parks Canada

Public Health Agency of Canada

Public Works and Government Services Canada

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Statistics Canada

Status of Women Canada

Telefilm Canada

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Western Economic Diversification Canada

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