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Today's letters: Graham Fraser — 'an overpaid public servant protecting his job'

After the killing of two soldiers last week, will our country ever be the same? Send answers of 100 words or fewer to letters@nationalpost.com by noon EDT. 1,291 more words

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First security alert issued during Ottawa attack was English-only

A security alert sent to federal public servants at the height of last week’s attack in Ottawa was only in English, which the country’s languages watchdog says represents a “critical failure” during a potential life-and-death situation. 651 more words

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Letter: Language office a waste of money

Re: Budget cuts batter bilingualism in public service, Oct. 8.

Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser is upset that his office investigated 476 complaints during the 2013-2014 year — up 15 per cent from the previous year. 203 more words

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Letter: Bilingualism part of Canadian identity

Re: Budget cuts batter bilingualism in public service, Oct. 8.

In light of Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser’s annual report, it clearly seems that consistent flaws in this regard in federally regulated institutions lie at the cultural level. 92 more words

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Gazette Midday: Pressure mounts on PQ's PKP/Mégantic deaths avoidable - coroner

Hello and welcome to montrealgazette.com and welcome to Midday. Here’s the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today.

Pierre Karl Péladeau says he will put his Quebecor holdings… 704 more words

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Gazette Midday: Pressure mounts on PQ's PKP/Mégantic deaths avoidable - coroner

Hello and welcome to montrealgazette.com and welcome to Midday. Here’s the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today.

Pierre Karl Péladeau says he will put his Quebecor holdings… 704 more words

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Budget cuts batter bilingualism in public service

Canada’s language watchdog said Tuesday that government spending cuts mean federal institutions are failing to deliver services in both official languages.

“What I’m most worried about is public service entities that have direct contact with the public,” said Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser. 459 more words

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