Become a Portal Ambassador

Are you passionate about language?

Is the quality of the language used by those around you important to you?

Join the Language Portal of Canada’s Ambassador Program!


Your role as a Portal Ambassador would involve promoting the Language Portal of Canada in various ways, all of them easy. For example, here’s what you could do:

  • Share your favourite pages, using the Share this page button.
  • Tweet about the Portal on Twitter using the hashtag #ourlanguages (or, in French, #noslangues).
  • Post a message about the Portal on your Facebook page or on ours, @Our_Languages.
  • Send Portal e-cards to your Facebook and Twitter friends.
  • Post an article about the Portal on your blog.

Want to do more?

Here are some more suggestions:

  • Create a shortcut to the Portal on your desktop or your employees’ desktop.
  • Create a hyperlink to the Portal on your website or blog; you can simply download the Portal icon.
  • Publish an article on the Portal in your organization’s newsletter.
  • Promote the Portal at your events.
  • Spread the word about the Portal Ambassador initiative by sharing this page or talking to the members of your network about it.

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