IntroductionCanada is fully aware of the permanently present issue regarding the problem of language barriers. To ensure that this problem will not further spread we want to draw attention to it. Canada is alarmed by the high numbers of english native speakers, who are only monolingual. Deeply concerned with a generation of young people who do not even acknowledge the importance of paying respect to other cultures through learning their language. Fully believing the aforementioned changes have their origin in such as but not limited to the children’s laziness and ignorance when it comes to paying respect to other cultures through learning their language and the lack of emphasis from schools of the importance of paying respect to other cultures through learning their language. Bearing in mind the fact that all nations have differing opinions about and politics regarding multilingualism, Canada wants to emphasise the need for international political as well as educational collaboration in order to successfully manage and overcome that problem. With Canada being a nation, which not only has two official languages but also has successfully incorporated those into the educational system we would happily help other countries adjusting to any new policies. (Inter)National Decisions On a national level, two important decisions need to be highlighted. Firstly section 23 of the Charter and secondly section 59 of the Constitution Act, 1982. Section 23 provides a limited right to receive publicly funded primary and secondary-schooling in the two official languages when they are “in a minority situation”—in other words, to English-language schooling in Quebec, and to French-language schooling in the rest of the country. Canada’s Multilingualism Management Policies Canada, in favour of multilingual upbringing, is actively involved in searching for permanently effective strategic to learn a second, third or even fourth language while not expecting too much from the children. Even though searching for such a strategic is very hard because of individual priorities and need, Canada supports multilingualism. In Canada you are already obliged to learn both official languages. By that we, the government of Canada, hope to strengthen a feeling of unity not only in our nation but worldwide.Specific Suggestions for Further Measures As one of its priorities to convince other states to all of the great advantages of bi- and in general multilingualism, the government of Canada created certain measures to help with that process. The delegation of Canada calls upon the UN to impose the obligation of having to take classes in at least one foreign language and therefore condemns the prevention of that act. We also recommend to start offering foreign language classes as early as the fifth grade. Seeing that everyone has individual need and priorities Canada proposes to create classes, which students are assigned to regarding their ability to speak that language to promote learning it. Canada is convinced that these measures are going to help demolish language barriers.