Bilingual population (English and French), provinces and territories, three projection scenarios, 2011 and 2036
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|2011 (adjusted)||2036 (projected)|
|Reference||Low immigration||High immigration|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||24||28||28||28|
|Prince Edward Island||18||22||21||22|
|rate of bilingualism (percentage)|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||4.5||5.8||5.8||5.8|
|Prince Edward Island||12.5||12.6||13.2||12.4|
Note: The population counts for 2011 have been adjusted for net undercoverage.
Sources: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey and Demosim, 2016.
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