2014 Bonjour! Award Recipients

Récipiendaires des Prix Bonjour! de 2014

On March 4, Acadian Affairs Minister Michel Samson presented the Bonjour! Awards for Excellence in French-language Services. The 2014 award recipients are:

  • Bernardine Wood, Excellence in Leadership
  • Nova Scotia Archives Team, Excellence in Service Delivery to the Public
  • Nova Scotia Birth Registration Kiosk development team, Excellence in Program Development

During the ceremony, University Sainte-Anne was recognized as a champion for French-language services and six former French-language services coordinators were acknowledged for their work. Read the release

 

2013 Progress Report

Cover of Progress Report

The 2013 Progress Report outlines the achievements of government institutions in French-language services during the 2012–2013 fiscal year. The year saw a record number of words translated by Acadian Affairs’ translation services, a greater social media presence in French, and a large number of publications, websites, and new services offered in French. The report takes a more in depth look at support for early childhood education in French and the many French-language resources developed by the Department of Justice and its partners.  

We invite you to learn more about the development of French-language services at the Government of Nova Scotia. Read the report (PDF 2.8 MB)

 

 

 

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