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UM research collections and other resources in the study of Francophone Canadian history and literature/Les collections de recherche d'UM, et autres ressources pour l'étude de l'histoire et de la littérature canadienne Francophone
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Canada by province or territory/Le Canada par province ou territoire

 

Welcome to Francophone Canada!/Bienvenue au Canada Francophone!

In this guide, you will find many of UM Libraries' resources about Francophone Canada, as well as other sources of information.

Dans ce guide, vous trouverez beaucoup des ressources des bibliothèques de l'Université du Michigan au sujet du Canada Francophone, ainsi que d'autres informations, .

 

Who speaks French in Canada/Qui parle francais au Canada?

French as mother tongue from Canada's 2006 Census Population       
Quebec 5,877,660
Ontario 488,815
New Brunswick 232,975
Alberta 61,225
British Columbia 54,745
Manitoba 43,955
Nova Scotia 32,540
Saskatchewan 16,060
Prince Edward Island 5,345
Newfoundland & Labrador 1,885
Yukon 1,105
Northwest Territories 975
Nunavut 370

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