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What does FOL stand for?

FOL stands for First Official Language


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Ottawa passed the first Official Languages Act in 1969 to support the development of linguistic minority communities -- anglophones in mostly French-speaking Quebec province, and francophones in the rest of Canada.
Ottawa passed the first Official Languages Act in 1969 to support the development of linguistic minority communities -- anglophones in mostly French-speaking Quebec province, and francophones in the rest of Canada.
With the passing of the Government of Ireland Act in December 1920, British Standard-English remained the official language of the Northern Irish State, and the de facto official language of the Irish Free State, notwithstanding the designation of Irish as the first official language of the Constitutions adopted in 1922 and 1937.
They are small, officially-designated areas mostly on the western seaboard where Irish, the Republic's first official language, is supposed to take precedence over English.