The social and historical context of minority French language school in Ontario
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This paper discusses the development of the minority French-speaking population in Ontario from its 17th century origin to the present day, focusing on the changing circumstances affecting minority French-language education. Political, economic, and demographic processes are shown to influence the role played by the French-language schools in the maintenance of French language and culture.
CitationJournal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 7(2/3): 199-228