A suspected case of Novel Coronavirus was reported on February 4 by the BC government. If confirmed, it would be the fifth case in Canada.
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.
As of last night, the Government of Canada is advising Canadians to avoid non-essential travel to China.
The primary concern of Languages Canada is the well-being and safety of its members and students. Get links to trusted sources of information about the current Novel Coronavirus outbreak.
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.
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 attends ASEPROCE workshop in Madrid, FDSV annual meeting and ICEF 2019 in Berlin, and first-ever IALCA Salone Delle Lingue in Rome.
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.
Languages Canada is pleased to welcome Canadian Trade Commissioners from France, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia and Spain to our Annual Conference, taking place February 23 to 26, 2020 in Vancouver BC!
Languages Canada – Canada’s national association for English and French language education programs in Canada – has just wrapped up a successful trade mission to Moscow and Kyiv which brought together 19 LC member programs and 34 high quality education agencies from Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Poland. Close to 700 B2B meetings took place between participating LC members and attending agencies during the week-long mission.