Does Canada have a large French speaking population?
The majority of Francophones (85.4%) live in Quebec and over 1 million live in other regions of the country. Almost 10.4 million Canadians can carry on a conversation in French.
The Canadian Francophonie by the numbers.
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How much of Canada actually speaks French?
French and English are the languages of inclusion
The most important, Mandarin, was spoken by 610,835 people (1.8%). French and/or English are spoken by 98.2% of Canadians.
Does Canada speak French?
French. Our other official language, French, is the second-most commonly spoken language in Canada. But it’s not just those in Quebec — there are many communities outside la belle province with large French-speaking populations.
What is the second largest French speaking country?
Interestingly, when focusing purely on native speakers, Canada is the second-largest French speaking country, with around 7 million people speaking it as their mother tongue.
What race speaks the most French?
The majority of the world’s French-speaking population lives in Africa. According to a 2018 estimate from the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, an estimated 141 million African people spread across 34 countries and territories can speak French as either a first or a second language.