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Québec's English-speaking community represents approximately ~8% of Québec's total population when counting native speakers of the language. The proportion rises to ~11% when counting individuals who, during population census, claim to speak mostly this language at home.
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Québec's English-speaking community represents approximately ~11% of Québec's total population when counting individuals who, during population censuses conducted by Statistics Canada, claim to speak mostly this language at home.
  
 
==General==
 
==General==
  
* [http://www2.marianopolis.edu/quebechistory/events/anglos.htm Anglophones: definition]
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Is an anglophone someone whose first language or language of adoption is English. An anglophone may therefore be a native speaker of English, French or any other language but the language that this person speaks in the privacy of his or her home is English. The Quebec anglophones population number ~800 000 when counting by home language. Of those, ~600 000 are native speakers of English.
* Population: ~600 000 native English speakers or ~800 000 when counting by home language.
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Anglophones may speak languages other than English, possible their native language if not English or some other, often French.
  
 
==Education==
 
==Education==

Revision as of 07:52, 30 December 2006

Québec's English-speaking community represents approximately ~11% of Québec's total population when counting individuals who, during population censuses conducted by Statistics Canada, claim to speak mostly this language at home.

General

Is an anglophone someone whose first language or language of adoption is English. An anglophone may therefore be a native speaker of English, French or any other language but the language that this person speaks in the privacy of his or her home is English. The Quebec anglophones population number ~800 000 when counting by home language. Of those, ~600 000 are native speakers of English.

Anglophones may speak languages other than English, possible their native language if not English or some other, often French.

Education

Arts & Culture

Press

Television

  • CFCF 12
  • CBC - Montréal

Radio

  • Q 92 FM
  • CBC Radio Noon
  • CHOM 97.7 FM

Health

Political

  • Alliance Quebec
  • Equality Party
  • Anglophones for Québec

See also

In the facts section:

In the opinions section: