The Commission nationale des parents francophones
has awarded its annual Plaque for outstanding contribution to ATINS in recognition of the work of nine ATINS members who helped translate material into English to support a court case. The Fédération des parents acadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse
(Nova Scotia Federation of Acadian Parents) filed a suit against the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (Acadian school board) in order to maintain the implementation schedule for homogeneous French language schools. There was considerable translation work involved - some 200,000 words.
The Fédération des parents
acadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse
extends its sincere thanks to
the Association of Translators
and Interpreters of Nova Scotia
November 5, 1999
Nine of our members contributed to this task, namely Maria-Theresa Allen, James Crombie, Monali Damdachia, Diane Haché, Mariane Leclerc, Henry-Dominique Paratte, Yannick Ross, Jan Slakov, and Romira Worvill. Congratulations to all for their dedication and very valuable contribution to the cause of French language education in Nova Scotia.
The Plaque was awarded November 5, 1999 at the opening of the Annual General Meeting of the Fédération des parents acadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse in Dartmouth.