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Official Languages: English and Mandarin-Only Meetings

official languages: Those not fluent in Mandarin may be a minority in the building, according to a tribunal decision from Dec. 13, according to CBC. English ousted as Wellington Court language dispute escalates We have two official languages in Canada English and French and in Western Canada, it's predominantly English, he said. In 2015, Andreas Kargut filed a complaint, claiming the Wellington Court strata council's switch to Mandarin-only meetings violated the rights of the owners who did not speak Mandarin. You know, we have our constitutional rights at stake here. Since the initial complaint, the two sides have unsuccessfully tried to find a solution, the decision read. Owners of nine other units in the building have joined the complaint, according to the decision. ( As reported in the news.