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Languages Canada is Canada’s national language education association representing more than 220 private and public members that offer accredited English and French programs. Read more about Languages Canada...


  • We represent more than 220 language education programs across Canada.
  • We represent more than 130 study locations across Canada.
  • Our members offer accredited English and French programs from both the public and private sectors.
  • In 2015, our accredited language programs generated $1.5 billion in export revenue for the Canadian economy.

Our close collaboration with Brazil’s Languages without Borders program and long standing presence in Brazil aims to support the growth of our two countries and of language as a fundamental aspect of the internationalization of education and the workforce. 



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  • Sep 1, 2016, 12:00 AM

    VANCOUVER , September 1, 2016 – A large Vancouver language school, Vancouver English Centre (VEC), closed its doors last Friday leaving many international language students stranded. Although VEC was no longer a member of Languages Canada (LC) at the time of closure, the association will do everything in its power to place students who registered before June 28, 2016 into other Vancouver accredited language schools.

  • Jul 15, 2016, 12:00 AM

    OTTAWA – July 15, 2016 – More than 6,500 international students from Asia, South America, the Middle-East, Europe, and many other countries will celebrate their chosen destination, Canada, during World Student Day (WSD) today. They will take a short break from their English or French studies to take part in sports and cultural activities, and to express their appreciation for Canada.

  • Jun 29, 2016, 12:00 AM

    OTTAWA, June 30, 2016 – Canada’s language education sector experienced a major downturn in growth in 2015, according to recent survey data from Languages Canada. The Languages Canada 2015 Annual Survey Report presents findings from the 2015 Languages Canada annual survey conducted in February 2016. Member programs completed surveys to create a report that provides essential insights into the state of the language education sector in Canada.


  • start Feb 26, 2017 - end Mar 1, 2017
    Join hundreds of delegates in beautiful Quebec City from February 26th to March 1st as we explore emerging trends and identify opportunities for the Canadian language education sector. Our conference provides the opportunity to come together to hear the voices of our valued member programs. Several ground-breaking workshops, led by leaders from both public and private sectors, will explore relevant themes and issues for a maturing sector in 2017. All key areas of the language education sector will be explored !