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Canada has two official languages: English and French. English is the most commonly spoken language in most provinces and territories.
French is the main language spoken in Quebec and in some areas of Ontario, New Brunswick and Manitoba. In addition, there are francophone communities in all provinces and territories across Canada. Quebec also has a large minority of English-speaking residents.
Good French language skills is very important to help you settle in Canada. You may choose to focus on learning or improving it. This will likely depend on which of the two languages most people speak in the area where you live. Strong French language skills are important for many reasons, such as:
- Getting a job
- Going to school
- Accessing services
- Helping your children with school work
- Meeting and interacting with people
- Getting your Canadian citizenship
If you do not already speak one of Canada’s official languages at an advanced level, this is a great opportunity for you to improve your French, as a newcomer to Canada!
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The Peoples Church
374 Sheppard East
Toronto, ON M2N 3B6
OFFICE 416.222.3341 x 180
When & Where
The Newcomers Network of The Peoples Church seeks to provide settlement support to newcomers to Canada.