French Canadians in west Canada
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Who has met French Canadians in west Canada?
Canada and World War Two
1. Did Canadians have to endure food and fuel rationing? 2. Why were French Canadians less likely to serve?
?Superbilingual ? Canadians
Think of some Canadians, Anglophone or Francophone by birth, who grew up in places not settled by people who spoke another language, who became fluent in French or English. This would be, for example, an Anglophone who grew up in western Canada or a Francophone who grew up in Sanguenay.
French Canadian companies in Canada
What current big businesses in Canada were started by and still led by, French Canadians? I know Bombardier is one.
Any west coast Canadians Disney lovers?
I live in Victoria BC Canada and being on the opposite side of the continent from my favorite place in the world is hard sometimes, I wish I could go more! Anybody from BC feel my pain??
If the French Canadians were conquered by the English, why are so many loyal to them?
Help me understand this. So the English conquered the French Canadians, and made them subservient, yet today many of the French Canadians are still loyal to their colonizers? It's a valid question. FWIW I spent a year abroad in Montreal so I have a pretty good idea of Canada, but still can't wrap...
Not buying the idea Canadians are Americans
I think the cultures of the two countries are actually quite different. Yes the accent is similar but I can still notice obvious differences between the two. Americans speak with a drawl while Canadian accents sound a bit more "clipped", and there are different vowels used. If anything Millennial...
Are there not many blondes in Canada?
Just something I thought of... if many Canadians are French, does that mean there's not many blondes in Canada? Because, from what I've heard, there's not many blondes in France, maybe the north part but not much the south.
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