most people speak English but there are french speaking people too
People in Newfoundland and Labrador currently speak dialects of English, although they also used to speak the Newfoundland dialect of Irish and a language called Beothuk. There is also some French spoken. In Canada the main two languages spoken are French and English, being their official languages, and Quebec is the only strictly French speaking province. In Newfoundland the main two languages spoken would probably be French or English, but Canada also has a strong Asian population.
Yes. English and French are both spoken in Canada, although in some areas either one or the other is spoken.
Both English and French are European languages spoken in Canada.
english and french
English & French
English is mostly spoken in: UK Australia New Zealand US Canada and other countries French is spoken in: France Canada and is taught in many other countries such as Lebanon and Australia. Both the French and English language are spoken in Canada.
French and English
English and French are spoken throughout Canada. Though, English is predominant in most parts while French is predominant in any city inside Quebec.
Two main languages are English and French.
depends whether you mean English Canada or French Canada. In English, the translation is 'sun'. In French, which is usually spoken in French Canada, it is "soleil" Also, Canadian is not a language.
English 56.9%. - English/French 16.1%. French 21.3%