Most French speaking Canadians live in Quebec. Partly because the official language in Quebec is French.
Most french-speaking Canadians live in the provinces of Québec and New Brunswick
Most live in Quebec
The province where most of the French speaking Canadians live is Quebec.
The province of Quebec has the highest concentration of French speakers in Canada.
In the Quebec and New Brunswick provinces.
Quebec has the most French speaking Canadians, there are several French speaking communities outside of Quebec like portage la Prairie in Manitoba, and Acadia in New Brunswick.
Out of the 8.45 million Canadians that reported having French ancestry, about 6 million (71%) live in the province of Quebec.
Most of the French Canadians live in the Provence of Quebec, near the Quebec City and Montreal.
In Canada, both English and French are the official languages of the country and it is law for one to be bilingual as passed by the Official Languages Act established in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It is stated that 98.5% of Canadians speak English of French with 67.5% speaking English Only, 13.3% speaking French only, and 17.7% speaking both languages. Roughly, 30% of the country are French speaking Canadians...this could be approximated at 7 million Canadian French speakers in Canada, with most residing in Quebec.
Quebec because it is the first settelment
They lived Lower Canada
Because the Europeans who settled and colonized (some areas of) Canada were mainly from France. This created french-speaking areas that have remained until today. Most French-speaking people you meet in Canada aren't french, they're Canadians. French-speaking, but still very much Canadians. 'Course, if you're French speaking, and looking for another place to live, another french speaking nation would make the transition easier. If you don't speak good english, Canada would be easier than, say Alaska.
Because though generations, the people followed their parents' religions. French migrants were largely Roman Catholics, while settlers of English origin had a protestant background.
Most Canadians are descendants of British English speaking people. The Canadians who speak French are descendants of the French who came over to North America and ended up fighting with the Brits over territory and control way back in the 1700s.
Yes, most Canadians do in fact live. -------- Actually no. More Canadians have died than live so most Canadians are dead.
French, although most French Canadians speak English pretty well also.
The vast majority of us are located in the province of Quebec, which is a French-speaking province, primarily, with some English speaking people living there. Montreal is fairly bilingual, however the rest of the province is mainly French only. The second most populated region of French Canadians is in the capital of the province of Manitoba, which is Winnipeg. The French quarter of Winnipeg is called St. Boniface. After that, there are little pockets of French throughout the country, in virtually every province.
To correct YOU, its "What language do Canadians Speak?" and to answer the question English and French, but french is most spoken in Quebec.
Canadians live in Canada, and Americans live in the United States of America.
Yes, French is an official language of Canada. -------- No 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 Canada French is the language of the colonizing Mother County
Most canadians live in Toronto and Ontario and some also live within one hundred niles of the USA/Canada border.
Most live in urban