The Commissioner of Official Languages, Raymond Théberge. (File photo)
However, I would like to remind you that it is essential that the public be able to receive communications, including digital communications, and services in the official language of their choice from federal institutions subject to theLanguages Act official, added Raymond Théberge.
In response to thepreliminary investigationfrom the commissioner, Marine Atlantic has corrected the documents covered by the complaints.
In an email to Radio-Canada, in English, the company adds that the online reservation system will be completely translated in the coming weeks and that she will remind staff of the rules regarding the distribution of documents in both official languages.
Regarding Port-aux-Basques, the company claims to accelerate the updating of its signage.