Quebec will launch a review of its language authority after widespread criticism of overzealous language inspectors.
The House of Representatives passed a measure that would remove the word “lunatic” from federal law.
How we talk about something to a great degree determines how we will act. In the debate about climate change, the talk has often been misleading.
New rules requiring evidence of language proficiency for citizenship applicants come into effect Nov. 1.
Continuation of Hippotherapy program HorseTalk, developed by Toby Freeman for children with speech difficulties. Hippotherapy—using horses to aid therapy—can help children [...]
Small rodent-like animals called hyraxes produce vocalizations that provide details of an individual’s traits, such as age, status, and size.
Areas where endangered species are concentrated also tend to be home to numerous endangered languages.
Research finds that mothers with low vitamin D levels are more likely to have children who have language impairments.
A battle over freedom of expression involving Canada’s two dueling official languages is being pitched in a small township in Ontario.