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Esquisse de la situation linguistique du Nouveau-Brunswick

Written by Marc Leger :: [Monday, 30 September 2013 11:30] Last updated by Kaitie Babin :: [Wednesday, 19 August 2020 15:26]
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Year: 2013 Authors and Collaborators Pépin-Filion, Dominique (coll.); Guignard Noël, Josée; Theme Bilingualism
Linguistic Integration
Official languages
New Brunswick
City: , Moncton Publishing Company: , Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities Abstract This brief analysis of the linguistic situation in New Brunswick was prepared at the request of the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick following the release of language data from the 2011 census. Each of the six sections of this report provides an initial response to the six questions submitted by the Office of the Commissioner (see appendix). The sections addressing those questions therefore pertain to the retention and vitality of official languages, changes in the relative share of French and the number of people who speak the official languages, linguistic diversification and integration of immigrants, and official bilingualism. For each of these questions, an indicator for analyzing the linguistic situation was selected and additional calculations were made when necessary to ensure as much as possible the comparability over time of the results of the 2011 census with those of earlier censuses.

For the Commissioner of Official Languages for New Brunswick.
Research Report. PDF Version. This document is only available in French.