MLAs and Civil Servants Begin Frenchlanguage Training

first_img More than half of Nova Scotia’s members of the legislativeassembly and more than 20 civil servants are going back to schoolthis week to begin French-language training. The classes, offered by the Office of Acadian Affairs, have beentailored to suit beginner, intermediate and advanced-levelparticipants. “We’re thrilled with the enthusiastic responsewe’ve had, both from members of the legislature and civilservants who want to learn or improve their ability to speakFrench,” said Acadian Affairs Minister Chris d’Entremont. “Thisis an important step in improving our ability to serve Acadianand francophone Nova Scotians.” The classes will be held weekly until June at the Acadian Affairsoffice in Halifax. The courses are being taught by qualifiedinstructors from Université Sainte-Anne. ACADIAN AFFAIRS–MLAs and Civil Servants Begin French-languageTraininglast_img read more