What are 2 official languages in Canada?
the 2 official languages in Canada are english and french
English and French are the main languages in Canada. 68% of Canada speak English as their first language. 12% of Canada speak French as their first language. The remaining 20% speak one of the dozens of Native Canadian languages as their first (these native ones are not official languages because there are so many)
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.
]1] On the continent of North America, many languages are spoken. And some of those may be recognized as national languages. But few make it to the status as official language.  In the United States, for example, there's no official language identified as such on the books in most of the states.  Neither is there an official language identified as such on the books in Mexico. But Spanish and 62 Amerindian languages are…
Canada's Official Languages Act was passed in 1969. Under section 2 of the Act, the purpose is to ensure respect for English and French and ensure equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in federal institutions; support the development of English and French linguistic minority communities; and advance the equal status and use of English and French. Section 16 of the Act very clearly states, "English and French are the…
Assuming you mean official languages, the official language of Mexico is Spanish though indigenous Indian languages are recognised. The USA does not have an official language though English is the de facto language. Canada has English and French as official languages and recognises several regional ones. There is no set language for north America.
if you mean "official languages," there are several countries that have at least 2 but thereare numerous countries that have many immigrants so of course they bring their own language with them, and also the dialects. Canada has 2 official languages, French and English, Belgium has 3, French dutch and Flemish, Switzerland has 3 as well, German, French, and Italian, this is just to name a few