Portrait of Official Language Minorities in Canada – Francophones in Nova Scotia
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- Section 1 Definitions of Nova Scotia's French-speaking population
- Section 2 Evolution of the population by mother tongue and first official language spoken
- Section 3 Factors influencing the evolution of the French-mother-tongue population
- Section 4 A few sectors essential to the vitality of official-language minority communities
- Section 5 Subjective sense of vitality
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This report was made possible thanks to the collaboration and financial support of Canadian Heritage's Official Languages Secretariat, Human Resources ans Social Development Canada and Justice Canada. The authors wish to especially thank Julie Bertrand and Daniel Pereira of the Language Statistics Section of Statistics Canada for their technical support and their active participation in this project. As well, acknowledgements are given to Suzanne Bélair, René Houle, Michèle Lanoue, Lucie Parisien and Denis Theriault of the Social and Aboriginal Statistics Division for their indispensible collaboration in the finalization of this project. Finally, the authors wish to thank Jean-Pierre Corbeil, Chief of the Language Statistics Section, for his suggestions and relevant comments when revising earlier versions of the document.
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