A Demographic Profile of the English-Speaking Population of Quebec, 1921-1971

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Author/collaborator
Title
A Demographic Profile of the English-Speaking Population of Quebec, 1921-1971
Abstract
The author covers such topics as age structure, geographical distribution, fertility and morality, and assimilation and migration. He concludes that the English-speaking population of Quebec "held its own" during the 1960s, relative to the French-speaking population, solely through its ability to assimilate the children of those whose mother tongue was neither French nor English.
Place
Quebec
Publisher
International Center for Research on Bilingualism
Date
1974
Language
en
Citation
Caldwell, Gary. A Demographic Profile of the English-Speaking Population of Quebec, 1921-1971. Quebec: International Center for Research on Bilingualism, 1974.
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