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Sunday, June 24, 2007

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Before I really dive into this post, I want to get one thing straight. I am an Anglophone. The first language I ever learned to speak was English, and neither one of my parents speak French, nor do either of them have the slightest trace of French-Canadian origins that we are aware of. Despite this fact, my siblings and I were all able to slip through the cracks and receive our educations in Ontario's French language schools (not to be mistaken for French immersion). It is for this reason that to this day I am fluent in French, and if I may be so bold, I dare say that I speak it more or less as well as I speak English.

Now that I've made this clear, a recent event has given me cause to reflect on the situation of Francophones living outside of Québec. I recently decided to apply for a number of articling student positions with the Ontario government. While I was aware that such positions are extremely difficult to obtain, I decided to give it a shot anyways since I really didn't have anything to lose, and because the fact that I am bilingual might just make me more attractive to them. In order to emphasize my bilingualism, I decided to send off my cover letters and CVs in French.

Slowly, various government offices began to acknowledge receipt of my applications either by mail or email, and I noticed that all of the correspondence I received was in English! To be perfectly honest, I hadn't given this a moment's thought (or even noticed for that matter!) until I received a response from the office of the ministry of community safety and correctional services by mail. In this letter, the person who received my application (who shall remain anonymous) very politely thanked me for my interest in the position and told me that they would soon be making a choice on who they wished to invite for interviews. Then, much to my surprise, I was asked to please send a copy of my application in English!

Now in my case, there was absolutely no harm done. I speak English, and already had copies of my cover letter and CV templates in English stored on my hard drive. So complying with this request was little more than a simple matter of loading up the files, making a few quick changes, and emailing the files to the address of the person who sent me the letter. I also promised to mail an English copy at the next opportunity. I do not consider myself to have been the victim of any form of injustice in this matter.

Still, I couldn't help but be troubled by all this just a little. According to the 2001 census, Ontario has a total population of 11,285,550 of whom 485,630 identified French as their mother tongue, and another 37,135 selected English and French. With the obvious exception of Québec, no other province has as many Francophones (though New Brunswick, Canada's only officially bilingual province, has a larger percentage of Francophones than Ontario). This makes me wonder what would have happened if someone else had sent their application in French, someone who was not as strong in English as I am.

Despite what some people may think, it is perfectly possible to live one's life in Ontario without ever mastering English. I have had the pleasure of getting to know a lot of Franco-Ontarians in my day, and while there can be no doubt that a good number of them speak English every bit as well as I do, I have also met a lot of them who struggle with the language. A lot of Franco-Ontarians grew up in places like Hearst, Hawkesbury, and Lafontaine, where Francophones are actually the majority of the community. Should one of these people have had to submit an English copy of their application? I don't think so. In my opinion, a Canadian should have the right to communicate with his or her government (yes even the provincial ones) in the official Canadian language of their choice.

Now I am willing to accept that reasonable limits must be set. After all, even the Charter of Rights has a reasonable limits clause. So one could argue that Ontario's overwhelmingly larger English-speaking population is justification for French language services not being provided in that province, but I for one, am not convinced. Ontario (to its much deserved credit) has already made great strides in accommodating its Francophone population. Every government form and web page for the Ontario government that I have seen has either been bilingual or has had an English equivalent and whenever I have called a government number there is always a French option. For the most part, the Ontario government is all but officially bilingual. Furthermore, as I already mentioned, Ontario does have the largest Francophone population outside of Quebec, and according to the 2001 census, French is also the largest minority language in the province and has at least twice as many people as any other language group (unless you count Chinese as one language, but even then the Francophone population is still larger). When these numbers are coupled with the fact that French is an official language of Canada, it seems to me that it is perfectly reasonable for a Franco-Ontarian to expect services from the government of Ontario in French.

Now it is also worth noting that the office of the ministry of community safety and correctional services, unlike almost all of the other positions I applied for, is not located in the province's capital city of Toronto. It is in fact located in the small town of Orillia, in the same building that serves as the Headquarters for the Ontario Provincial Police (O.P.P.). Should this serve as justification for them not being able to read my application in French? Once again, I don't think so. While Orillia itself is a VERY Anglophone community (I lived just outside of the town for about 8 years), it is just a stone's throw away from Penetanguishene, Midland, and of course, Lafontaine. All of which have very substantial French-speaking populations.

This begs the question, should all of the people responsible for hiring articling students in this particular branch of the government be made to learn to speak French? The answer of course, is no. However, it does not seem at all unreasonable to me that at least one member of the hiring committee could be a bilingual person. If such personnel are unavailable, I don't think it would be hard or unreasonable to have it translated. Now once again, in my case this is very unnecessary, since sending the application for me was almost no effort at all. My concern is for any Franco-Ontarian, who just wants a job with his or her government.

Now I realize that the person who sent me that letter was not some anti-French lunatic bent on pushing Franco-Ontarians into assimilation. It seems far more likely that they just did not have the resources available to understand the French documents in my application package, and they wanted to be able to understand enough about me to evaluate my ability to fit in with their organization. I can respect that. But I also think that the Ontario government should set aside the necessary resources for potential government employers to objectively evaluate Francophone applicants.

I also can’t help but wonder if I would have received the same request if my name were not Brian Fisher. Would my friends Léo Bourdon or Marc-André Mongeon have received the same request? Yet again, I am still not complaining, as having an Anglo/Irish name does tend to make one think that the person whose name it is will probably speak English. And in my case, it was perfectly true. Though I know my friend Patrick Kilfoil, a Francophone, would probably take issue with this.

By the way, for those among my Francophone friends who are wondering why I am making this particular posting in English, it is because I am essentially trying to make the case for a bilingual Ontario, and to do so in French would essentially amount to preaching to the choir.

56 Comments:

  • Good post!

    By Blogger Werner Patels, at 1:18 PM  

  • I agree with much of it, although one still must remember Francophones are 23% of Canada's population while only 4% of Ontario's, so a more realistic solution is provide services in French for provice-wide agencies and ones in areas where there is a large Francophone population. For example, it will be impossible to live in Kitchener and speak only French, whereas in Ottawa it might be possible. In fact I noticed government offices are bilingual in all areas where there are more than 5,000 Francophones or 10%, but English only everywhere else.

    I also believe if I am not mistaken, Manitoba has more Francophones per capita than Ontario.

    By Blogger Miles Lunn, at 6:45 PM  

  • Law 8 of Francophones services requires provincial Government services to have french available where there is 10% of the population of 5000. It's not always applied but the law is there.

    Good post Fish. You are way ahead of many anglophones I know in language fairness. When Graham Fraser leaves his post as Official Language commisionner I'll make a point to nominate you :)

    By Blogger Léo Bourdon, at 3:25 AM  

  • Thanks for the comments guys. And especially for Léo's future nomination! ;-)

    We generally seem to have a consensus with regards to the notion that reasonable limits should exist. Because the position I discussed in the post was for a job with a ministry, I would say that was pretty clearly a province wide agency (and in fact I'm sure law students from across the country could apply!)

    But your point is well taken Miles. In fact,I also sent out a few applications to local crown attorney's offices and wasn't the least bit disturbed to receive responses in English.

    By Blogger Fish, at 10:12 AM  

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  • I am doing a school project, more of a debate actually, on wiether french schools should be eliminated. I fell upon your article and it served more than just another reasearch site. I actually agree with you completely and also fall upon your situation. My first language is English but I was schooled in French. Although my mother was of pure English descent and my father was completely bilingual, comming from a nothern town of Kapuskasing (30 mins away from Hearst). To this day I am perfectly bilingual but I would never start a conversation in French unless I knew the person spoke it. Our community (Durham, Ontario) is mostly English but there is a fair amount of French or French-Immersion elementry schools, and only ONE French high school, mine. People just don't appreciate the language and I think it needs to be taught to more people, not just in cathilic schools. What does catholicism have to do with french? Not much in my opinion. Canada is legally bilingual, which implies that each province should be, and therefore all public, not only govenmental, agencies should be bilingual, even if they have a phone service for the French, as long as they're something. I remember going to the hospital for something not serious, but something I didn't want the whole crown in the waiting room to hear about so I started to explain myself in French, the clerk looked at me and started hand gesturing for me to stop and wait. Clearly I understood her so I stopped. She went and got someone and came back like 10 minutes later. This guy didn't exactly know any French, all he was saying were french words. I was forced to switch to English and explain to them that all I waned was some privacy to explain my dilemma. I then got a private discussion with a nurse and it was delt with. That wasn't exactly a "French-friendly" situation, what if I didn't speak any english? Which brings me back to my point that all publicly/govenmently funded agencies, stores or events should have bilingual options.

    As I have been rambling about my opinion, I would like to go back to the main point of this comment; to congratuate you on your splendid article. Good job!

    By Anonymous Stephanie de Montigny, at 5:25 PM  

  • Glad you liked the post Stephanie!

    It's actually kind of funny that you commented on it when you did, because I am expecting some news regarding this post to arrive this week.

    The reader's digest version is that after being encouraged by a few friends and colleagues, I decided to file a complaint with the Ontario Commissionner for Francophone services. I was told that I could expect an update as some time this week.

    I will write a new post as soon as I have some news.

    By Blogger Fish, at 6:52 AM  

  • I realize that I am commenting more than a year after the fact, but I have found your blog in searching for a local french conversational group. I am scrambling to learn enough french to pass an interview with the school superintendent to get my kid into francophone school next year.

    I have no problem with the notion that a kid in franco school needs at least one parent to be able to support her education, attend parent-teacher night, and help with the homework. HOWEVER, in a bilingual country it sure as hell shouldn't be so difficult to raise a kid with a shot at becoming bilingual.

    Pass an interview en francais? Seriously? I realize that perhaps there aren't a lot of spaces in french schools in ontario, spaces they want to make sure are used to their fullest potential. But if I'm going to the trouble of enrolling my kid, I'm taking lessons myself... ALL of our schools should make bilingual citizens.

    Furthermore, there aren't any local immersion schools (not that I've heard anything good about what they do for kids).

    We are neither catholic nor francais, and I'm disappointed that I have to work so hard to give my kid what should be available to everyone. What I wish I had.

    She's currently enrolled in franco daycare which is an annex of the school I will try to get her into. I'm hoping that gives me a head start in proving my commitment.

    Another issue is that I'd prefer a non-religious school, but it's a trade off.

    AND, I'm not seeing any local french conversation groups to supplement my classes. I'm not an idiot, but I have a lot of vocabulary and practice out loud before I will be ready. I have a year. Three semesters of french. I wish there were daily classes I could take.

    By Blogger Sarah, at 6:12 PM  

  • Sarah, your commitment to your daughter is admirable!

    As you may have already read in my post, I am an Anglophone who got lucky and was able to slip into one of Ontario's French language schools. I am proud to say that I also did my high school in French, that I did my undergraduate degree in a bilingual institution, and that I did my law school in French as well.

    I cannot begin to describe to you just how valuable learning to speak French has been to me. Most importantly, I don't believe that I ever would have met my significant other if I did not speak French.

    In my case, I had to go to French-Catholic schools even though I'm not Catholic, but it's not such a big deal. They take you to mass every now and then and you have to sit through it, and there are a few catechisme classes, but it's not the end of the world.

    I believe there have been a few court battles fought over the matter, but I couldn't tell you how they ended up without doing a lot of research first.

    Keep fighting the good fight! It's totally worth it!

    Oh, and if you're interested, try checking out my August 2nd 2008 posting entitled "A small victory for yours truly" for an update on how things ended up with the government of Ontario.

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