Appendix A
Population according to immigrant status and first official language spoken (after redistribution of the French-English category), Canada, Quebec and Canada less Quebec

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Region 1991 1996 2001 2006
thousand
Canada
French FOLS native-born 6,438 6,578 6,638 6,754
French FOLS immigrant 353 418 474 586
Immigrants FOLS other 3,990 4,553 4,975 5,601
Native-born FOLS other 15,990 16,812 17,354 18,034
Non permanent resident 223 167 199 265
Quebec
French FOLS native-born 5,532 5,683 5,743 5,862
French FOLS immigrant 294 346 386 487
Immigrants FOLS other 298 319 321 364
Native-born FOLS other 643 656 635 673
Non permanent resident 44 41 40 49
Canada less Quebec
French FOLS native-born 905 895 895 892
French FOLS immigrant 60 72 88 99
Immigrants FOLS other 3,692 4,235 4,654 5,236
Native-born FOLS other 15,347 16,156 16,718 17,361
Non permanent resident 179 125 158 216
Canada less Quebec percent
French FOLS native-born 14.1 13.6 13.5 13.2
French FOLS immigrant 16.9 17.2 18.5 16.9
Immigrants FOLS other 92.5 93.0 93.6 93.5
Native-born FOLS other 96.0 96.1 96.3 96.3
Non permanent resident 80.3 75.2 79.8 81.6
Note(s):
FOLS = Population of groups defined according to first official language spoken.
The category FOLS other includes FOLS groups "English" and "neither English nor French".
Source(s): Statistics Canada, censuses 1991 to 2006.

Note to reader:
The table in Appendix A provides the population counts of groups defined according to first official language spoken (FOLS) and immigrant status between 1991 and 2006 for Canada as a whole, for Quebec and for Canada outside Quebec. The fourth panel in the table (percentage Canada less Quebec) shows the number of persons outside Quebec as a percentage of the total population in each group at each census, that is, the numbers in the third panel divided by those in the first panel and expressed as a percentage.

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