Minority Official-Language Communities with Language-Management Responsibilities
There are minority official-language communities in every Canadian province. Specifically, Quebec has its minority Anglophones, while Canada's Acadian and non-Quebec Francophones are the official-language minorities throughout the rest of the country.
At the federal-government level, the Minority Official Language Communities Secretariat is responsible for coordinating the efforts of Human Resources Development Canada in the application of article 41 (part VII) of the Official Languages Act.
At the provincial level, there are many local organizations dedicated to promoting and strengthening minority official-language communities. These organizations generally publish reports, press releases, ministerial papers, etc. to give minority communities more information in their own language.
This section lists some of the associations, organizations and movements supporting each of Canada's official-language communities.