Demolinguistic Profiles of Minority Official-Language Communities. Demolinguistic Profile, Québec

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Title
Demolinguistic Profiles of Minority Official-Language Communities. Demolinguistic Profile, Québec
Abstract
The authors conclude that the Anglophone population of Quebec increased between 1951 and 1976, but declined thereafter in both size and proportion. The decline was the result of a low birth rate and interprovincial emigration. They found that bilingualism was more prevalent among Anglophone Quebecers (54%) compared to Francophone Quebecers (30%).
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
Promotion of Official Languages Branch, Department of the Secretary of State of Canada
Date
1990
Language
en
Citation
Dallaire, Louise M., and Réjean Lachapelle. Demolinguistic Profiles of Minority Official-Language Communities. Demolinguistic Profile, Québec. Ottawa, ON: Promotion of Official Languages Branch, Department of the Secretary of State of Canada, 1990.
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