Francophone immigration in Canada: Communities outside Quebec
French-speaking newcomers reside not only in Quebec but also across Canada. Learn more about Francophone communities.
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Transcript: “Francophone immigration in Canada: Communities outside Quebec”
Video length: 0:24 minutes
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NARRATOR: Did you know? Francophone immigration is part of Canada’s history. French-speaking newcomers from all continents have established dynamic communities not only in Quebec, but all across the country. For more information: Canada.ca/francoimmigration
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