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s0undgarden s0undgarden 16-17, M 4 Answers Feb 15 in Politics

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wouldn't the first language be of the native tribes

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I suppose it'd be of those who first declared the land theirs with an army.

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There are plenty of multi-lingual nations in the world. If French is officially recognised, why does it matter?

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I'm not entirely sure. But there are less francophones than there are anglophones.

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Wrong. Do your research.

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Actually less than a quarter of Canadian people speak french, and the majority of them live in Quebec.

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I see. Carry on good sir.

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Canada has two official languages; English and French. And no, the first language is not French.

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Hate to brake to you ‚ guy but if you'd have known something about history you'd know Canada was founded by the French proving my point.

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Is this a big issue in Canada?

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Very.

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Only to some disenchanted Quebecois who want what they want for themselves but fail to recognise that they in fact were not the First people here in Canada. That honour belongs to the First Nations people.

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Not "officially", now go forth and Die.

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Sorry to "break" it to you sweet "thang", BUT This country was inhabited by the First Nations people BEFORE any Europeans set foot here. It is YOU that needs to learn about history my love.

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......"are you stupid or somethin'"?

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I think I just may be. I mean really, I have a masters degree, majored in sociology, minored in anthropology and political science in CANADA, have over 25 years professional experience addressing social and political issues all over the country AND I am having this discussion with a child. Yup, pretty stupid of me. Come back and have an informed conversation when you at least graduate from High school or CEGEP.

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And yet still you manage to be wrong. How does she do it?

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