Official Language Rights- By: Amina Patel

Official Language Rights- By: Amina Patel
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  • Lexie and her mom are out grocery shopping.
  • Yes, but make sure it doesn't contain any peanuts.
  • Mom, can I please get this chocolate bar?
  • Lexie tries to read the packaging but she can't.
  • Lexie, that's the French side of the package. English and French are the two official languages of Canada.
  •  Mommy, what does this say? I can't read it.
  • Lexie's mother explains the importance of the languages English and French in Canada.
  • Both English and French have equal status in Canada. Meaning that these languages….
  • Why are both languages on the package?
  • Mothers explanation from scene three is continued.
  • Huh? I'm still a little confused.
  • Have the same privileges in Canada and can be used by anyone, in any institution of parliament and the government of Canada.
  • Example of the Official Language Rights.
  • Ok, just Imagine, if I went to the  bank  and needed help but only spoke French. they would still be able to help me because someone there definitely speaks French. I know this because  banks are a  federal government service/institution and all federal government services would be able to help me in both English and French. That is one of the guarantees by the government of Canada which is stated under the Official Language Rights (s.16-22), in our Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
  •  Also,would you look at that, there are no peanuts in this chocolate. You can put it in the cart.
  • Well, the government makes it their priority to teach kids french in school.
  • Wow, mom, that's so cool. Can I learn French?
  • The End.
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