Évolution démographique de la population anglophone au Québec, 1951-2036

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Évolution démographique de la population anglophone au Québec, 1951-2036
Abstract
In this empirical study, the author presents the past and future demographic evolution of Quebec’s English-speaking population over a period of eighty-five years, from 1951 to 2036. He starts by revealing the main demolinguistic trends, with a focus on both mother tongue and “first official language spoken” (FOLS). The difference between these, as explained, provides for a better understanding of the changes that have characterized the evolution of Quebec’s English-speaking population. The author then addresses the issue of immigration and interprovincial migration, two critical elements in the demographic evolution of the English-speaking population over time. Finally, the author puts forward some relevant elements from the 2011-2036 language projections to see how Quebec’s English-speaking population might evolve under different scenarios.
Book Title
La Charte : La loi 101 et les Québécois d’expression anglaise / The Charter : Bill 101 and English-Speaking Quebec
Place
Québec
Publisher
Presses de l’Université Laval
Date
2021
Pages
41-60
Language
fr
ISBN
978-2-7637-5436-9
Citation
Lepage, Jean-François. “Évolution démographique de la population anglophone au Québec, 1951-2036.” In La Charte : La loi 101 et les Québécois d’expression anglaise / The Charter : Bill 101 and English-Speaking Quebec, edited by Lorraine O’Donnell, Patrick Donovan, and Brian Lewis, 41–60. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2021.
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