La question linguistique et le statut des allophones et des anglophones au Québec

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Author/collaborator
Title
La question linguistique et le statut des allophones et des anglophones au Québec
Abstract
The author argues that the purpose of Bill 101 was to transform Quebec civil society, not just to make French the language of government and public bodies, but to transform the relationship between the French and English languages in the province in the areas of education, business transactions and work environments. She maintains that this goal has been reached, citing a survey by the Conseil de la langue française on the use of French by Anglophones and Allophones which confirmed that 77% of immigrants speak French in the public sphere.
Publication
Terminogrammes: Revue d’aménagement linguistique
Volume
Hors série
Pages
37-50
Date
Automne 2002
Language
fr
URL
Citation
Helly, Denise. “La question linguistique et le statut des allophones et des anglophones au Québec.” Terminogrammes: Revue d’aménagement linguistique Hors série (Automne 2002): 37–50. http://www.oqlf.gouv.qc.ca/ressources/bibliotheque/ouvrages/amenagement_hs/ral01_charte_helly_vf_1.pdf.
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