The Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO), established in 2001, is a provincial network with a professional team that takes an innovative approach to economic development, entrepreneurship, employability and immigration. SÉO engages all of the Francophone and bilingual community’s stakeholders in fostering the prosperity of Ontario and Canada.
The Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO) is a provincial network that takes an innovative and dynamic approach to economic development, entrepreneurship, employability and immigration to consolidate Ontario’s Francophone and bilingual economic space.
An acknowledged leader, the Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO), through its professional team, uses an inclusive approach that ensures full participation by the Francophone and bilingual community’s stakeholders in fostering the prosperity of Ontario and Canada.
- Innovation: act proactively by offering constantly evolving professional services and programs that adequately meet the needs identified in Ontario.
- Inclusion: support and ensure the successful inclusion of talents from the different cultural groups into Ontario’s civil society and Francophone community.
- Collaboration: adopt a federating and strategic approach in its alliances in order to position Ontario’s Francophone and bilingual economic dynamism at the local, regional, national and international levels.
- Discipline: ensure compliance with the highest standards of sound governance practices through a commitment to integrity and ethics in order to consolidate its credibility.
- Performance: make optimal use of the resources and means at its disposal to achieve the expected results.
SÉO BRIEF FOR SUBMISSION TO CANADIAN HERITAGE FOR THE NEXT ACTION PLAN ON OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
The SÉO would like to thank the federal government for giving it the opportunity to contribute to the consultations organized by Canadian Heritage on the next action plan on official languages, which will replace the current Roadmap for 2013-2018.
The CÉO brief includes a number of observations directly related to Francophone economic space issues in Ontario, and provides recommendations for the federal government.
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