What parts of Canada were most Canadian soldiers in World War from?
Canadian soldiers came from virtually every part of Canada. Doubtful if any village, town or city was left untouched by the mass casualties.
In the terrible battles of WW1 thousands of soldiers were totally torn apart by shelling on the vast battlefields. Many body parts were lost in French and Belgian mud, many soldiers could never be identified, or even found. - Almost 65,000 Canadian soldiers died and at least 5,000 could never be found afterwards. It is said that every small village across Canada has at least 2 or 3 men in that number. -These are the…
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".