Canadian government is no longer offering language training

01/15/2012 | Canada.com

Canada's federal government no longer will employ teachers to help government workers learn to speak English and French. About 190 people will lose their jobs as a result. Government workers, who must satisfy language training requirements for their jobs, will be taught at private schools instead. About 40% of Canadian federal employees are obligated to speak both languages.

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