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Date Posted: 21:44:40 06/23/08 Mon
Under the Official Languages Act, Canada is an officially bilingual country. This means that Canadians have the right to get federal government services in English or French, no matter what part of Canada they are living in. New Brunswick is the only province that is officially bilingual.
New Brunswick residents receive services in both official languages from all of their provincial government departments and agencies.
In Quebec, French is the official language and in most cases, provincial and municipal services are provided in French.
In the other provinces and territories, English is the official language, and the availability of provincial services in both official languages varies.
At the municipal level, the availability of services in both official languages varies greatly.
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