Proportion of French Native Speakers (1996 Census)

This map shows that Canada's official languages—French and English—are spread very unevenly and concentrated in the South along the Canada-U.S. border. Francophones are most numerous in Quebec (5.7 million), Ontario (493,630), and New Brunswick (236,775). Francophone minorities exist in all provinces except Quebec, where they are the majority.

Source: For more information, please see the Atlas of Canada at http://atlas.gc.ca/