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Between and , the number of youth aged 25 to 34 increased the most. The number of youth aged 15 to 19 declined. Similar to other countries, Canada's youth represent a smaller share of the population than in the past. The increase was largest for youth aged 25 to A large gap in postsecondary enrolment remains between youth from lower and higher income families. Non-financial factors, such as academic performance and parental education, play a significant role.
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The percentage of young women employed full-time rose because of their growing labour force participation. In contrast to young men, young women have significantly increased their annual hours of work and moved to better-paid occupations, resulting in higher cumulative earnings. In , The share has remained stable over the last decade. Youth are also not meeting physical activity guidelines—only 1 in 6 are meeting the recommended minutes of physical activity per week. Based on a new CanHeart Index which measures risk factors for heart disease including diet, weight and physical activity, approximately 1 in 4 youth aged rank as having poor heart health.
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Please contact us and let us know how we can help you. It took the Quebec Act for French Canadians to regain the French civil law system, and in French Canadians in Lower Canada were introduced to the British parliamentary system when an elected Legislative Assembly was created.
The Legislative Assembly having no real power, the political situation degenerated into the Lower Canada Rebellions of —, after which Lower Canada and Upper Canada were unified. Some of the motivations for the union was to limit French-Canadian political power and at the same time transferring a large part of the Upper Canadian debt to the debt-free Lower Canada.
After many decades of British immigration, the Canadiens became a minority in the Province of Canada in the s.
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French-Canadian contributions were essential in securing responsible government for The Canadas and in undertaking Canadian Confederation. However, over the course of the late 19th and 20th centuries, French Canadians' discontent grew with their place in Canada because of a series of events, including the execution of Louis Riel , the elimination of official bilingualism in Manitoba , Canada's participation in the Second Boer War , Regulation 17 which banned French-language schools in Ontario, the Conscription Crisis of and the Conscription Crisis of Between the s and the s, some , French Canadians immigrated to the New England region.
About half of them returned home.
The generations born in the United States would eventually come to see themselves as Franco-Americans. During the same period of time, numerous French Canadians also emigrated and settled in Eastern and Northern Ontario. The descendants of those Quebec inter-provincial migrants constitute the bulk of today's Franco-Ontarian community.
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Since , French has been one of Canada's two official languages. It is the sole official language of Quebec and one of the official languages of New Brunswick , Yukon , the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The province of Ontario has no official languages defined in law, although the provincial government provides French language services in many parts of the province under the French Language Services Act. In English usage, the terms for provincial subgroups, if used at all, are usually defined solely by province of residence, with all of the terms being strictly interchangeable with French Canadian.
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Although this remains the more common usage in English, it is considered outdated to many Canadians of French descent, especially in Quebec. Increasingly, provincial labels are used to stress the linguistic and cultural, as opposed to ethnic and religious, nature of French-speaking institutions and organizations. The term "French Canadian" is still used in historical and cultural contexts, or when it is necessary to refer to Canadians of French-Canadian heritage collectively, such as in the name and mandate of national organizations which serve francophone communities across Canada.
Francophone Canadians of non-French-Canadian origin such as immigrants from francophone countries are not usually designated by the term "French Canadian"; the more general term "francophones" is used for French-speaking Canadians across all ethnic origins. Que bec. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. North American ethnic group. For the hockey team, see Montreal Canadiens.
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For other uses, see Canadien disambiguation and French Canadian disambiguation. French Canadians and French Americans as percent of population by state and province. Main article: French-speaking Quebecer. Further information: Canadian Americans and French Americans. See also: French language in the United States. Main article: Canadian French. Other Christian 7. Non-religious Islam 3. Other 2. Further information: Category:Canadian people of French descent. Canada portal France portal North America portal History portal. Retrieved 2 December Retrieved 2 October Louis Gentilcore January Historical Atlas of Canada: The land transformed, — University of Toronto Press.
Marianopolis College. Retrieved 18 June Statistics Canada. Retrieved 17 August Archived from the original on 6 July Retrieved 28 January The Walrus. Retrieved 7 July Lawrence Valley —". In Haines, Michael R. A Population History of North America. Retrieved 28 December American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Canadian and French Perspectives on Diversity : — Retrieved 7 May The Daily. Retrieved 17 March Department of Canadian Heritage. Archived from the original PDF on 12 February Retrieved 25 April The survey, based on interviews, asked the following questions: "1 I would now like to ask you about your ethnic ancestry, heritage or background.
What were the ethnic or cultural origins of your ancestors? In English, it usually means someone whose family has been in Canada for multiple generations. In French it is referring to "Les Habitants", settlers of New France during the 17th and 18th centuries who earned their living primarily from agricultural labour.
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Montreal: Editions Format. Where generational data is available, it is possible to see that not all respondents reporting these ancestries report a high sense of belonging to their ethnic or cultural group. In Adrienne Shadd; Carl E. James eds. Toronto: Between the Lines. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 21 December Council of Europe, Language Policy Division. The Electronic Encyclopedia of Chicago. Chicago Historical Society. Retrieved 5 May Quebec History.