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Bonjour Awards for Excellence in Frenchlanguage Services

By on October 22, 2019

first_img Ms. Lunn is a deputy registrar of probate for the Department of Justice. She was recognized for providing French-language court reporting services at trials across the province. Ms. Graves is the program management lead for the LaMPSS team at the Department of Labour and Advanced Education. She has worked closely with community groups and staff to ensure the program is accessible to French-language users. The LaMPSS team has worked to make French-language resources available in all program components. Ms. Cormier is the bilingual services co-ordinator for the IWK Health Centre. She has been a strong proponent of communicating in the patient’s first language and has gone beyond the call of duty to provide care and support to French-speaking families. This year’s award recipients represent areas of particular importance to the vitality of the Acadian and francophone community. Nominations for the 2012 Bonjour! Awards for Excellence in French-language Services will be accepted in the fall. Award recipients and former French-language services co-ordinators were recognized today, March 22, at the Bonjour! Awards for Excellence in French-language Services in Halifax. The awards pay tribute to outstanding contributions to develop and deliver French-language programs and services by provincial government employees. This is the second year government employees have been recognized with the awards. “It is thanks to the efforts and dedication of public servants that Acadians and francophones have access to vital services in their mother tongue,” said Graham Steele, Minister of Acadian Affairs. “I wish to offer my congratulations and thanks to all of today’s award recipients.” Awards were given to: Cora Lunn, for Excellence in Leadership Sandy Graves and the Labour Market Programs Support System (LaMPSS) team, for Excellence in Program Development Lucille Cormier, for Excellence in Service Delivery to the Public last_img read more

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