Because perhaps their right wing governments do not want to, marteno, oops machjo.
Why wait for the government? Could the Unions, FN, deaf communities and others get together and write a draft resolution on this? I'm sure les francophones would oppose their special privileged monopoly in the second-language classroom, as would the Catholics with their privileged position, and maybe even many Anglophones, since schools would have more choices for medium of instruction.
But in spite of all this resistance, if they could draw up a well-written resolution, pointing out that it's been done already in Hungary, and reminding people of the land-claims and FN rights, who knows, maybe they could convince some government or another.
Add to this that they could even through money into the arguement. Whether the school teaches French or Algonquin as a second-language, the cost is more or less the same either way, in terms of teachers, textbooks, etc. It's just that instead of language X, the children are learning language Y. THe money saved in not haivng to teach them French is the money being used to teach them the FN language, or sign language, etc. So as long as it can lay down a plan to show that, it might have a chance, maybe.
Then let me ask another question: what do you think could be done to make such an idea more palatable to right-wing governments? How pragmatic can the left be in getting