Canadian French
Canadian French (French: français canadien) denotes the varieties of French spoken in Canada. In 2005, the total number of speakers of French in Canada (including those who spoke it as a second la...
Quebec French
Quebec French (French: français québécois) or Québécois French is the predominant variety of the French language in Canada, in its formal and informal registers. Quebec French is used in everyday ...
Second Congress on the French Language in Canada
The Second Congress on the French Language in Canada (French: Deuxième Congrès de la langue française au Canada) was held at Université Laval in Quebec City from June 27 to July 1, 1937. The 8,000 con...
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Congress on the French language in Canada
The Congress on the French Language in Canada (French: Congrès de la langue française au Canada) was a scientific convention that met on three occasions, in 1912, 1937 and 1952, to discuss the situati...
Congress on the French language in Canada - Wikipedia
Third Congress on the French Language in Canada
The Third Congress on the French Language in Canada (French: Troisième Congrès de la langue française au Canada) was held in Quebec City, Montreal and Saint-Hyacinthe, from June 18 to June 26, 1952. ...
Third Congress on the French Language in Canada - Wikipedia
Société du parler français au Canada
The Société du parler français au Canada (SPFC) ("French Speech in Canada Society") was a learned society that endeavoured to study the French language spoken in Canada in the course of the 20th centu...
Société du parler français au Canada - Wikipedia
Joual
Joual ([ʒwal]) is the common name for the linguistic features of basilectal Quebec French that are associated with the French-speaking working class in Montreal which has become a symbol of national ...
Office québécois de la langue française
The Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) (English: Quebec Board of the French Language) is a public organization established on March 24, 1961 by the Liberal government of Jean Lesage. A...
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Quebec French lexicon
There are various lexical differences between Quebec French and Metropolitan French in France. These are distributed throughout the registers, from slang to formal usage.Notwithstanding Acadian French...
Acadian French
Acadian French (French: français acadien) is a regionalized dialect of Canadian French. It is spoken by the francophone population of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, by small minorities in...
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Michif language
Michif (also Mitchif, Mechif, Michif-Cree, Métif, Métchif, French Cree) is the language of the Métis people of Canada and the United States, who are the descendants of First Nations women (mainly Cree...
First Congress on the French Language in Canada
The First Congress on the French Language in Canada (French: Premier Congrès de la langue française au Canada) was held in Quebec City from June 24 to June 30, 1912. Its stated objective was to "exami...
First Congress on the French Language in Canada - Wikipedia
Saintongeais
Saintongeais (saintonjhais) is a dialect spoken halfway down the western coast of France in the former provinces of Saintonge, Aunis and Angoumois, all of which have been incorporated into the current...
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Magoua dialect
Magoua ([maɡwa]), which may derive from a word in an Algonquian language (Cree: Makwa; Algonquin: Magwish; Mi'kmaq: Gwimu; French: huard) which means loon, is a particular dialect of basilecta...
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Newfoundland French
Newfoundland French or Newfoundland Peninsular French (French: français terre-neuvien), refers to the French spoken on the Port au Port Peninsula (part of the so-called “French Shore”) of Newfound...
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St. Marys Bay French
The dialect of Acadian French spoken around Clare, Nova Scotia is like other dialects of Acadian French in many ways, but has some distinguishing features.Most of the vocabulary is like other dialects...
French terms in Canadian politics
In Canada, the political system is based on Westminster parliamentarism and has evolved with local traditions. One of the particularities of the Canadian experience of the British constitutional monar...
French terms in Canadian politics - Wikipedia
Quebec French syntax
There are increasing differences between the syntax used in spoken Quebec French and the syntax of other regional dialects of French. In French-speaking Canada, however, the characteristic difference...
Quebec French syntax - Wikipedia
Quebec French phonology
Quebec French has more phonemes than French of France as it retains phonemic distinctions between /a/ and /ɑ/, /ɛ/ and /ɛː/, /ø/ and /ə/, /ɛ̃/ and /œ̃/ whereas the latter of each pair has disappeared ...
Quebec French phonology - Wikipedia
Trésor de la langue française au Québec
The Trésor de la langue française au Québec (TLFQ) is a project created in the 1970s with the primary objective of establishing a scientific infrastructure for research into the history of Quebec Fren...
Quebec French profanity
Quebec French profanities, known as sacres (singular: sacre; French: sacrer, "to consecrate"), are words and expressions related to Catholicism and its liturgy which are used as strong profanities...
Quebec French profanity - Wikipedia
History of Quebec French
Quebec French is substantially different in pronunciation and vocabulary to the French of Europe and that of France's Second Empire colonies in Africa and Asia.Similar divergences took place in the Po...