Is the English or the French language more popular in Canada?
Unfortunately, it's English.
English is the predominant language. French is also an official language. Various native Canadian languages are also officially supported. french == == Actually, on Wikipedia's article on "Canada", it is specified that the Official language of Canada is both French and English. However, English is more dominant in all of Canada. English and French are officially the official languages.
French and English are Canada's "Official Languages." English is the majority language, but there are communities from coast, to coast, to coast, in which French is the majority language. French is the majority language in the Province of Québec. New Brunswick is Canada's only "Officially Bilingual" province. ----------- Canada is not a French speaking country. Outside of one province most of Canada speaks English and more Canadians speak Asian languages than French. For much of…
French is not the only official language of Canada; it is one of the official languages, the other being English. Canada was explored and settled first by French-speaking Europeans, and there remain French-speaking communities all over Canada, most notably, of course, in the Province of Quebec, where French is not only the dominant language, but the (only) official language as well.
The official languages of Canada are English and French. Throughout the vast majority of Western Canada, including British Columbia, English is the main spoken language. Despite what much of popular US television shows portray there is no clear "Canadian accent" and the majority of Canadian English speakers would sound like their American counterparts.
French Canada refers to those parts of Canada where French is the primary language used. Today, this definition would correspond to all of the province of Quebec (excluding parts of Montreal), large parts of the province of New Brunswick, and smaller pockets of Ontario and Manitoba. The term used to refer to the varieties of the French language in popular usage in Canada is "Canadian French".
The French influenced the Quebec with the French language and their religion as Protestant. The English language was spoken in the rest of Canada and most of them being Catholic. Most Canadians are bilingual meaning they knows two languages. Because of this difference 50% of Quebec wants to be an independent nation. Their influence has a big impact on how Canada is today.!