Difference between revisions of "Anglophones"

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* Read on [[English speakers for the independence of Québec]] and also [[English-speaking friends of Québec]]
* Read on [[English speakers for the independence of Québec]] and other [[English-speaking friends of Québec]]
* [[Meeting with English-speaking sovereignists. Québec, my country]]
* Norman Delisle, [http://www.le30.org/index.php?id=119&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=1045&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=164&cHash=672e5a878b ''Robert McKenzie fait ses adieux au journalisme''], in Trente, Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec, February 2002

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Québec's English-speaking community represents approximately 10.5% of Québec's total population when counting individuals who, during the population census conducted by Statistics Canada in 2001, claimed to speak mostly this language at home.


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 ~747,000 when counting by home language. Of those, ~591,000 are native speakers of English. It therefore follows from this that Quebec anglophones constitute a pluriethnic community, as is the francophone community.

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


Arts & Culture



  • CFCF 12
  • CBC - Montréal


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


See also

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