Official Languages Hub®

Official Languages Hub® update

New resources on official languages, provided by various departments and organizations, are now available on the Official Languages Hub®. Consult the Hub to find all the information you need in one place!

Search by keyword or theme to find a wide variety of official languages resources provided by the Government of Canada.

New to the Hub? Learn how to search for content in the Official Languages Hub®.

Your search results will not include pages that are accessible only on the Government of Canada network (for example, intranet pages).

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Search by theme for quick access to all resources related to a specific theme.

About the Official Languages Hub®

The Official Languages Hub® is a useful tool for Canadians who need information on any aspect of official languages. It allows users to simultaneously search a wide variety of official languages resources from various Government of Canada departments and agencies. Use it to find standards and policies, promotion tools, best practices, learning resources and useful information on various aspects of official languages in Canada. For details, see the Official Languages Hub®: Background and introduction page.

To find quick answers to your questions about language and writing in English and French, please use the Language Navigator.

To translate a term or find answers to terminology questions in a specialized field, please consult TERMIUM Plus®.



Vocabulary on distance teaching and telework

The Vocabulary on distance teaching and telework has been updated! It now includes nearly 200 concepts related to distance teaching and telework in both official languages.

Glossary on the COVID-19 pandemic

The 8th edition of the Translation Bureau’s Glossary on the COVID-19 pandemic is now online! In it, you’ll find 450 concepts related to the pandemic in both official languages.

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.

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