First official language spoken as a percentage of the population, Quebec, Canada outside Quebec and Canada, 2011 (estimated) and 2036 (according to nine projection scenarios)
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|Reference||Low immigration||High immigration||Geographic distribution of immigrants
2005 to 2010
|Geographic distribution of immigrants
2000 to 2005
|Alternative immigration composition||Internal migration
2006 to 2011
2001 to 2006
1996 to 2001
|Neither English nor French||1.7||1.8||1.4||1.9||1.8||1.9||1.8||1.8||1.8||1.8|
|Neither English nor French||0.9||0.7||0.6||0.8||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.7||0.7|
|Canada outside Quebec|
|Neither English nor French||1.9||2.1||1.7||2.2||2.1||2.2||2.1||2.1||2.1||2.0|
Note 1: The population whose first official language is English and French was divided evenly between the English and French categories.
Note 2: Results of the reference scenario and the alternative immigration scenarios differ slightly from those of the report Language projections for Canada, 2011 to 2036 because of the internal migration assumptions used. For more information, please refer to Statistics Canada (2017b).
Sources: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey (adjusted) and Demosim 2017.
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