Special Report, Living English

Where are Quebec's Anglos? Map of population distribution from 2011 Census

Explore the map to find out where Anglophones live across the province. The map is based on Statistics Canada census data from 2011. It indicates the number of people in Quebec's census districts who self-indentify as Anglophone: meaning they selected English as their mother tongue; they selected English and French as their mother tongue; they selected English and a non-official language as their mother tongue; and a percentage of those who say English is the language most often used at home. Census districts where there is no data available are also indicated on the map. Curious about how Statistics Canada calculates the number of Anglos in Quebec? Listen here.

Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 Census, with assistance from René Houle, Peter Murphy and Allan Rowell.
Map: Jason Boychuk, CBC

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