Two self-assessment benchmarks are used: the perceived language proficiency of francophone peers and the difficulty represented by specific everyday tasks in French.
None the less, the continued divergence of opinion between anglophone and francophone voters on questions of language policy raises the possibility that this new party system may be very fragile.
She said it is not just language services francophone women wanted as a part of their health care needs, they also would like to see an understanding of their culture and tradition.
Montreal's just a really big and fun city, it's easy to get to, but most importantly it's bilingual and we are trying to encourage more francophone membership.
We wanted to expand our horizons a bit and include more francophone content.
It is also taught as a second language in francophone countries.
The period up to 1970, then, can be described as one in which the Liberals were heavily dependent upon francophone voters and the Conservatives upon anglophones.
The population involved are black immigrants from francophone Africa, especially from Senegal, Mali, Mauritania and other francophone West African countries
Those two lectures gave us the anglophone and francophone perspectives.
This suggests that if the conditions surrounding contact do matter, then the contact between anglophone and francophone Canadians that has taken place has occurred more often under favourable than under unfavourable conditions.