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The English-French bilingualism rate is highest in Quebec, followed by New Brunswick and Yukon

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The title of the map is "The English-French bilingualism rate is highest in Quebec, followed by New Brunswick and Yukon"

This is a map of Canada showing the percentage of the population who could conduct a conversation in English and French in 2021 in Canada and in each province and territory.

The proportion of the population who could conduct a conversation in English and French in 2021 was 18.0% in Canada and was as follows in the provinces, from east to west, and then the territories: Newfoundland and Labrador (5.1%), Prince Edward Island (12.7%), Nova Scotia (10.3%), New Brunswick (34.0%), Quebec (46.4%), Ontario (10.8%), Manitoba (8.3%), Saskatchewan (4.7%), Alberta (6.1%), British Columbia (6.6%), Yukon (14.2%), Northwest Territories (10.6%), and Nunavut (3.8%).

Source(s): Census of Population, 2021 (3901).

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