Is Quebec the only French speaking province in Canada?
- Anonymous10 hours ago
At the governmental level, Quebec is the only province where French is the ONLY official language. New Brunswick is the ONLY bilingual (French & English) province.
The other provinces are monolingual (English only), however there are still French speakers in those provinces. For example, there are many francophones in the Ottawa region of Ontario.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Predominately yes ---- To a lesser extent it's used in most, particularly New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba, and surprisingly, Yukon (which is a territory situated next to Alaska.
- 2 months ago
French is a bilingual country with two official languages English and French. No, Quebec is not only French-Speaking province in Canada. There are many other provinces in Canada such as New Brunswick, Manitoba, Ontario. Also, a small community of people i.e. 1 to 2 % of the population in the provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Alberta and Saskatchewan speak French.
- samLv 73 months ago
Manitoba, New Brunswick and Ontario are officially biligual. French is even spoken in some pockets of Saskatchewan and Alberta.
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- capitalgentlemanLv 73 months ago
No. It is the only officially French speaking one, but, New Brunswick is officially bilingual, and all other provinces, and territories have at least some Francophones living in them.
- ANDRE LLv 73 months ago
It's the only majority French speaking population province, but New Brunswick is about 50/50, and parts of Ontario and Manitoba have very significant French speaking regions.
- ?Lv 73 months ago
other provinces are official biligual. New Brunswick for example.