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Tell us: Is bilingualism still relevant to Canadian identity?

A mother reads a French book to her children.

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On Sunday, French Canadians participated in Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day festivities which celebrate their rich heritage. While little French is heard in the daily life of English-dominated communities, it's taught in immersion programs and schools across the country. We're interested in learning your perspective on the continued relevance – or irrelevance – of official bilingualism 40 years after it was introduced through second-language education. (Mobile users click here)

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