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Canada’s language education sector dips in 2019, Languages Canada urges government action

Languages Canada and BONARD revealed the results of the latest Annual Report on Language Education in Canada, which details the country’s performance in the year before the COVID-19 outbreak.

Minister Mendicino announces additional measures to support international students

Languages Canada welcomes yesterday's announcement by Minister Marco Mendicino that IRCC will begin issuing conditional study permit acceptance to international students who, while in their home country, enroll in online programs with designated Canadian education institutions.

International Language Education Falling Through the Cracks

The Canadian government has announced a wide range of programs throughout the global pandemic, but none of these programs addresses the critical issues facing language programs geared towards international students. Simply put, international language education is falling entirely through the cracks, and unless action is taken, it's headed towards total devastation. A recent survey determined that without immediate government action, 68% of Canada's finest English and French programs will close permanently in the next six months.

Trade Mission sets footprint in Southeast Asia, aiming for diversification

A record number of first-time member attendees were in Thailand and Vietnam for the first Languages Canada Trade Mission of 2020! With members from all sectors – English, French, private, public, college and university programs – representing locations across five provinces, the Canadian language education sector was very well-represented in Southeast Asia.

Highlights from the Languages Canada 13th Annual Conference

The Languages Canada 2020 Conference in beautiful Vancouver was a resounding success! Read about the event’s many highlights and try to spot yourself or some of your colleagues in our photo gallery.

World Student Day Announcement

World Student Day will be changing for the 2020 season. After six years, Languages Canada will no longer be taking an active operational role, and instead the event will be managed by members.

Languages Canada and Guard.me International Insurance Renew Sponsorship Agreement Partnership

Languages Canada and Guard.me International Insurance are proud to announce the renewal of a sponsorship agreement that demonstrates a shared commitment to continue working together to promote and support Canada’s language education sector.

Languages Canada’s own Linda Auzins receives GLOW ED’s “Outstanding Contribution to the International Education Sector” award at CBIE 2019 in Winnipeg

GLOW ED - Global Women in Education, the world's largest network of women in international education, recognized Linda's long-standing dedication to the sector.

Languages Canada tours Western Europe to strengthen agency relationships and promote Canada’s English and French offer

Languages Canada attends ASEPROCE workshop in Madrid, FDSV annual meeting and ICEF 2019 in Berlin, and first-ever IALCA Salone Delle Lingue in Rome.

Languages Canada announces Amy Baker as 2020 conference keynote speaker

Languages Canada is thrilled to welcome Amy Baker as keynote speaker for the LC 2020 Annual Conference, taking place February 23 to 26, 2020 in Vancouver, BC.