The English-Speaking Community of the Lower North Shore

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
The English-Speaking Community of the Lower North Shore
Abstract
A study of vitality indicators for Lower North Shore Anglophone communities. Indicators examined are health and social services, community renewal, youth, and economic development. According to the 2006 census, the population whose first official language spoken is English was 3,500, representing eighty percent of the total population of the Lower North Shore area (consisting of Blanc-Sablon, Bonne-Esperance, Saint-Augustin, Gros-Mécatina and the Côte-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent). Nearly one in five members of the Lower North Shore English-speaking community was below the age of 15 in 2006, while thirteen percent was over the age of 65.
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Date
2008
# of Pages
x-21p.
Language
en
ISBN
978-0-662-05787-1
URL
Citation
Qu’anglo Communications & Consulting. The English-Speaking Community of the Lower North Shore. Ottawa, ON: Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, 2008. https://www.clo-ocol.gc.ca/sites/default/files/lns_bcn_e.pdf.
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