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New Brunswick needs to better assess progress on French language learning amongst province's anglophone children2008-03-31
Our 'Cense' of Self: the 2006 Census Saw 1.6 Million 'Canadian' Canadians Return to British and French Origins2008-04-25
Does Bilingualism Mean Greater Employability?2008-04-25
Allophones Build Communities in the Rest of Quebec2009-02-10
Capital Language: Differences in Language Knowledge and Use in Ottawa and Gatineau2009-03-16
Contribution, Comprehension and Behaviour: How are anglo-Quebeckers viewed by franco-Quebeckers and the perceptions of francophones and non-francophones of this situation 2009-07-28
Official Languages in Canada: Perceived or Misperceived?2009-09-08
Francophonie and Cultural Consumption: Is Official Languages Act the Precursor for Multiculturalism Policies?2009-09-11
Stating the Obvious? Quebecers Agree Montreal is a Bilingual City and agree that?s the way it should be 2011-02-03
English tops the charts when it comes to music listen to by young francophone Quebecers: Some three in four francophones between the age of 18 and 24 listen to more English than French music 2011-02-21
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