What is the large bay between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in Canada?
The Bay of Fundy, between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, experiences the highest tides in the world.
Canada is officially a bilingual country. Quebec and New Brunswick are predominantly francophone, and many francophone communities exist in all provinces and territories of Canada. The Quebec has the largest number of French speakers. Parts of New Brunswick also have large numbers of French as do certain parts of Manitoba and Northern Ontario. French is reported to be spoken thoughout Canada, but mostly in Quebec, New Brunswick, Alberta, Ontario and Manitoba. Quebec
QuÃ©bec is Canada's province with a large French population. French-speaking populations in lesser numbers may be found in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Yukon. French-speaking populations also survive in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
There are french speaking people in every province in Canada. I think you're looking for New Brunswick which is officially bilingual as 35 per cent of its residents are French-speaking. There also is a large Acadian community on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia and of course Quebec is known for being a solely french speaking province.