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Immigration and the ethnolinguistic character of Canada and Quebec

Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch.

Immigration and the ethnolinguistic character of Canada and Quebec

by Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Réjean Lachapelle.
SeriesResearch paper series (Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch) -- 15
ContributionsLachapelle, Réjean, 1944-
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p.
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21670185M

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Racism in Early Canada** The Ping-Pong Ethnic Politics of Contemporary Quebec** From _Risking Utopia: On the Edge of a New Democracy_ Irshad Manji. I would argue against that, but I cannot back up my argument with anything other than discussion with my Quebecois friends.

I would call Montreal a multicultural centre (of Quebec or Canada), but Quebec City is the true cultural capital of Quebec (to Quebecois at least, I'm not certain how English Quebecers feel).Learn English, in addition to French, if it is a job requirement.

In addition to French, Québec’s official language, some jobs may require knowledge of English, especially in the Montréal region. There are various methods for learning English. Educational institutions and language schools offer courses in the classroom or distance courses.The connections between immigration and language policy and planning in Quebec and Canada are long established.

With the continuing upward trajectory in levels of immigration to Canada and Quebec the linguistic integration of these new arrivals remains an important topic. In recent years, Asia has overtaken Europe as the leading source of immigrants; as a consequence there has been a further Cited by: 8.