Census shows more anglo, allophones living in Quebec

The number of bilingual Canadians is at an all-time high, and some people are worried about that. The 2016 Statistics Canada census shows 18 percent of Canadians speak both official languages –with the lion’s share of those bilingual citizens living in Quebec.

The Quebec Community Groups Network says while more people may be speaking English at home, it doesn’t mean Quebec has made progress in dealing with minority-language concerns. The English-speaking community needs better access to employment and opportunities in Quebec, including jobs in the provincial civil service, QCGN Director General Sylvia Martin-Laforge told CTV.

Read more on CTV Montreal’s website