Canada is an English and French speaking country, so speaking either English or French can help you adapt to life in Canada by making it easier to get a job, communicate with other people living in Canada. You will also need to be able to speak English or French fluently to become a Canadian citizen. It is a good idea to learn both languages because you will stand a better chance of getting bigger jobs. Depending on where you decide to live in Canada, being bilingual can make it easier for you to communicate with people in your new community and get a job.
English is the most common language spoken everywhere in Canada excluding the province of Quebec, where French is the official language. French is also spoken in many communities in other provinces, especially New Brunswick, Ontario and Manitoba. New Brunswick is Canada’s only officially bilingual province.
Canada is officially a bilingual country and there are Anglophone and Francophone communities in every province and territory of Canada.
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