Data tables and figures

Tables

French and the francophonie in Canada

Table 1 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Canada, 2006 and 2011

Table 2 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Quebec, 2006 and 2011

Table 3 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Canada outside Quebec, 2006 and 2011

Table 4 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, New Brunswick and Ontario, 2006 and 2011

Table 5 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Maritime provinces, 2006 and 2011

Table 6 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Western provinces, 2006 and 2011

Table 7 Number of people and proportion of the population reporting French by selected language characteristic, Territories, 2006 and 2011

Table 8 Number of people with French as mother tongue, language spoken most often at home or first official language spoken, or with the ability to conduct a conversation in French, and percentage growth of population, Canada, 1981 to 2011

Immigrant languages in Canada

Table 1 Population of immigrant mother tongue families, showing main languages comprising each family, Canada, 2011

Aboriginal languages in Canada

Table 1 Population with an Aboriginal mother tongue by language family, main languages within these families and their main provincial and territorial concentrations, Canada, 2011

Figures

French and the francophonie in Canada

Figure 1 Proportion of the population with French as mother tongue, language spoken most often at home or first official language spoken, or with the ability to conduct a conversation in French, Canada, 1981 to 2011

Immigrant languages in Canada

Figure 1 Number of Canadians whose mother tongue is one of the 22 immigrant languages reported by more than 100,000 persons, Canada, 2011

Figure 2 Rates of complete and partial retention for 22 main immigrant mother tongues, Canada, 2011

Aboriginal languages in Canada

Figure 1 Percentage distribution of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population, provinces and territories, 2011

Figure 2 Proportion of the population whose mother tongue is one of the ten most reported Aboriginal languages who speak their language most often or on a regular basis at home, Canada, 2011

Figure 3 Proportion of the population who speak their Aboriginal mother tongue most often or regularly at home, by the proportion of the Aboriginal mother-tongue population in the census subdivision (CSD) of residence, Canada, 2011

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