Only One in Ten (10%) Canadians Strongly Consider Themselves “Bilingual” in French and English

One in Ten (9%) Strongly Agree they could be Successful in a Job, Read the Newspaper (11%) or Debate (7%) in the Other Official Language

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Toronto, ON – Amid the backdrop of newly-released Canadian census data which revealed that 17% of Canadians are bilingual, a recent Ipsos Reid poll for Postmedia News and Global Television revels that only one in ten (10%) Canadians ‘strongly agree’ that they consider themselves bilingual, with another 8% only ‘somewhat agreeing’...

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Only One in Ten (10%) Canadians Strongly Consider Themselves “Bilingual” in French and English

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