Office Québécois De La Langue Française - Services

Services

Following its mandates, the OQLF offers the following services to the population of Quebec:

  • General information service via toll free line, Web site and brochures;
  • Francization services:
    • Francization counselling (for businesses of 50 employees or more);
    • Technical assistance relating to Francization of information technologies;
  • Processing of complaints for non-respect of the law;
  • Terminology and linguistics tools and services:
    • The Grand dictionnaire terminologique;
    • The Banque de dépannage linguistique;
    • Personalized terminological and linguistic consultation;
  • Publications of the OQLF:
    • Le français au bureau, a book for the general public pertaining to administrative and commercial writing;
    • Terminology works: dictionaries, lexicons addressed principally to specialists;
  • Libraries: one in Montreal the other in Quebec City;
  • Evaluation of competence in French by candidates to professional orders of Quebec;

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