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Canadian French vs. English

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Re: Canadian French vs. English

Posted: 12 Jun 2010 7:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Canada-French in a US Census generally meant Quebec, but could also have meant being Canadian of French descent. Canada-English generally meant Ontario, but again, could also have meant being Canadian of English descent. In the 1880s, the provinces were already joined together in the Dominion of Canada; however, each province has always had responsibility for its own vital statistics. In Quebec, until quite recently, this responsibility was borne by the church vs. the civil authorities.
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HMCrandall 13 Jun 2010 1:13AM GMT 
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