Les rapports de force entre les majorités et les minorités de langue officielle au Canada

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Author/collaborator
Title
Les rapports de force entre les majorités et les minorités de langue officielle au Canada
Abstract
The author points out that Quebec's distinct character results from the evolution, over a three-century period, of a people, a nation which, today, is the most viable stronghold of the French language and culture in Canada. He argues that over the years, it has remained evident that French-speaking Quebecers' ongoing preoccupation with the survival and blossoming of the French language in America has coloured their relationship with the Anglophone minority in Quebec as well as with the English-speaking majority in the rest of Canada. From this perspective, the authior examines the power struggles occurring between the official language communities in light of some of the major confrontations which have taken place between English and French Canada.
Publication
Revue de droit de l'Université de Sherbrooke
Volume
Vol. 24
Issue
no. 2
Pages
255-294
Date
1993-1994
Language
fr
URL
Citation
Pelletier, Benoît. “Les rapports de force entre les majorités et les minorités de langue officielle au Canada.” Revue de droit de l’Université de Sherbrooke Vol. 24, no. 2 (1994 1993): 255–294. https://www.usherbrooke.ca/droit/fileadmin/sites/droit/documents/RDUS/volume_24/24-2-pelletier.pdf.
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