Thursday, June 18, 2020


A Sneak Peek at the Exciting Lineup of the CLWB Speakers.

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CASLT and BCATML are looking forward to hosting the most accessible, flexible CLWB conference ever in terms of geography (no travel!), safety (social distance built in), time (some presentations will be recorded), and budget (conference fees for members are only $125). Stay tuned to our conference page for all the updates.

Tandem Canada: Connecting ESL-FSL Classes

For more information, consult the Tandem Canada website and see articles previously published in CASLT’s professional magazine, Réflexions, volumes 36(3) and 37(3).

Key Points of Linguistics for ESL teachers

By Douglas Magrath

ESL instructors need to understand how languages work to be better able to serve the student population. Language is what makes us human, and it's something no other creature has. How are language and thought connected? Does language determine thought? The ostensible purpose of language is to transmit thoughts from one mind to another. Language represents thought, but does it also determine thought? Take the example of colours. Different speakers perceive colours differently.

For more information:

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Wednesday, June 10, 2020


Registration Re-opens for the 2020 Virtual Edition of CLWB

Conference fees have been readjusted and its good news! This year’s
online version of Celebrating Languages Without Borders (CLWB) will cost
CASLT and BCATML members only $125 for over 100 high-quality
professional development sessions, keynotes, online networking, and a
virtual trade show.

For more information, visit:

It’s Rewarding to be Bilingual!

Do you know Canadian students who are going into the first year of a
college or university program? They could receive a $3,000 bursary to
study partly or entirely in French in a program that interests them. Not
only will they learn about other cultures; studies show that
bilingualism leads to better jobs and higher salaries. Watch this video
[21] to find out more about the benefits of bilingualism.

Help your students reap the rewards of being bilingual! Find out more:

CBC News

A longstanding B.C. language school has been forced to shut down
permanently because it simply doesn’t have any students to teach.
International travel restrictions due to COVID-19 means Inlingua
Vancouver, which usually enrolls about 200 foreign students, no longer
has enough paying pupils to stay afloat. The last day of classes was May
29 and the school, which is located in downtown Vancouver and opened in
2001, will not be opening again.

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Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Alliance Française du Manitoba

New courses, Summer camps, etc.

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Wednesday, June 03, 2020


Check out the latest news from CASLT

Message for exhibitors: 2020 Celebrating Languages Without Borders (CLWB) to be Held Virtually:


The importance of student self-confidence when teaching a second/third language:

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Tuesday, June 02, 2020


Infos from ONF/NFB Education: Get the latest news.

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