Resources of the Language Portal of Canada

Access free tools to improve your knowledge of English and French. Polish your writing skills with our quizzes, participate in the Our Languages blog, and explore a selection of language-related Canadian links.

 
 

Services and information

Language Navigator

Find advice on grammar, spelling and punctuation, and solutions for difficult points of English and French.

TERMIUM Plus®

Find the translation for words used in specific fields, in English and French.

 

Official Languages Hub®

Use this search tool to access a wide array of resources from the Government of Canada on various aspects of official languages.

Writing tools

Consult our writing tools to find solutions to language problems in English and French.

The Our Languages blog

Read posts written by language lovers, and find out how you, too, can write for the Our Languages blog.

Quizzes

Test your language knowledge and polish your writing skills—all while having fun.

Collection of Canadian language resources

Explore links to writing resources, glossaries and dictionaries, language learning, and organizations and events.

Become an ambassador of the Language Portal of Canada

Join the community of ambassadors dedicated to promoting and creating trusted, high-quality language resources.

About the Language Portal of Canada

Read a description of our main resources, and find out how our resources are funded and how to contact the language team.

Stay up to date on Canadian language news

Get and share the latest language news: follow us on social media and get updates by email.

Features

Writing tools

The Language Portal’s writing tools have a new look! Easy to consult, they give you access to a wealth of information that will help you write better in English and French.

Resources on sign languages

Explore the recently updated Sign languages section in the Collection of Canadian language resources.

Dashboard on the status of the language of work recommendations

Recommendations from the report “The next level: Normalizing a culture of inclusive linguistic duality in the federal public service workplace”: find out how the work is progressing.