Table 2.2.1
Population by First official language spoken , Ontario, 1971 to 2006

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Year
First official language spoken
Total French English English and French Neither English nor French French minority1
number number % number % number % number % number %
1971 7,703,105 488,920 6.3 7,013,835 91.1 30,260 0.4 170,090 2.2 504,050 6.5
1981 8,534,260 437,865 5.1 7,898,250 92.5 55,930 0.7 142,215 1.7 465,830 5.5
1991 9,977,055 483,445 4.8 9,255,865 92.8 52,410 0.5 185,335 1.9 509,650 5.1
1996 10,642,790 480,650 4.5 9,860,780 92.7 62,300 0.6 239,060 2.2 511,800 5.6
2001 11,285,585 489,920 4.3 10,493,685 93.0 75,610 0.7 226,370 2.0 527,725 4.7
2006 12,028,895 497,150 4.1 11,189,935 93.0 80,890 0.7 260,920 2.2 537,595 4.5
1. total of FOLS French and half of FOLS English and French
Source(s): Statistics Canada, censuses of population, 1971 to 2006.
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