From: Health Canada

Current status: Open

Opened on January 20, 2022 and closes on February 25, 2022.

Join in: how to participate

You can provide your input by:

Goals of the consultation

The purpose of this consultation is to learn about personal experiences of members of official language minority communities (Francophones outside Quebec and Anglophones in Quebec) in accessing health services in the official languages (OL) of their choice and to know respondents' interests for the 2023-2028 phase of the Official Languages Health Program (OLHP).

The information collected will be analyzed and will be the subject of a consultation report, which will be shared online on this page. The consultation report will be part of a set of documents that will be used (in addition to a consultation report with stakeholders, the evaluation report of the Action Plan for Official Languages, a public opinion research report, various research documents, etc.) to guide Health Canada's reflections on the future of the OLHP and, specifically, on the Program's priorities during the 2023-2028 phase.

If you have any questions, please contact the Official Language Community Development Bureau at

Who is the focus of the consultation

We are seeking input from:

  • official language minority communities

The comments we receive will be summarized and used to guide discussions with:

  • funding recipients
  • government officials
  • health care institutions
  • groups representing official language minority communities

Related information

Contact us

Official Language Community Development Bureau
Jeanne Mance Building, PL 1904C
200 Eglantine Driveway
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9