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Title: Quebec Anglophones Who Stayed and Those Who Left A Comparison of Key Characteristics, 1971 to 2001


1
Quebec Anglophones Who Stayed and Those Who
LeftA Comparison of Key Characteristics, 1971
to 2001
  • William Floch
  • Manager, Official Languages Research
  • Department of Canadian Heritage
  • March 1, 2008, Montreal

2
Population Under Consideration
  • Population being studied consists of those
    persons born in Quebec having English as their
    mother tongue. This population is then divided
    into two groups
  • Those who continue to live in Quebec at the time
    of a given census taking
  • Those who have moved from Quebec to another
    Canadian province or territory
  • Sample does not include those born in Canada who
    may now be living outside Canada
  • Multiple responses are distributed equally among
    declared languages

3
Retention RateCanadas Official-Language
Minority Communitiesby Province, Population 15
2001
50
Note retention rate is the percentage of those
born in a particular province who still live in
that province.
4
Retention RateCanadas Official-Language
Majority Populations by Province, (15), 2001
96
Note retention rate is the percentage of those
born in a particular province who still live in
that province.
5
Retention Rates - MMI
6
Retention Rates Linguistic Communities
1971-2001
7
Retention Rates by Language Group and Age
Group, 2001
8
Those who stayed / those who left, 1971-2001
Quebec AnglophonesEnglish Mother Tongue, Born
in Quebec
9
Highest Level of Schooling
  • For Anglophones Born in Quebec,
  • by Province of Residence,
  • 1971-2001

10
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Highest Level of Schooling, 1971
11
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Highest Level of Schooling, 2001
12
Official Languages Groups in CanadaRetention
Rate by Highest Level of Schooling, 2001
13
Anglophones born in Quebec
  • By Labour Force Activity
  • and Province of Residence,
  • 1971-2001

14
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Labour Force Activity, 1971
15
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Labour Force Activity, 1981
16
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Labour Force Activity, 1991
17
Anglophones Born in Quebec, by Current Province
of Residence, by Labour Force Activity, 2001
18
Retention Rate of Those with Doctoral
DegreesCanadas Official-Language Minority
Communitiesby Province, 2001
Note retention rate is the percentage of those
born in a particular province who still live in
that province.
19
Quebec Anglophone and Francophone
Youth, Expected
Destinations
  • Of youth who expect to move in the next 5 years
  • 80 of Francophones think it will be to another
    place within Quebec, compared to 30 of
    Anglophones
  • 60 of Anglophones think it will be outside
    Quebec, compared to 13 of Francophones

Expected Destination - Migrants
Comparison of Anglophone and Francophone Youth
100.0
80.0
60.0
41.1
40.9
39.3
40.0
22.0
19.5
20.0
10.1
7.5
7.1
7.1
5.4
0.0
the same region
in another province
DNK/Refusal
a different region
out of the country
Anglophone Youth
Francophone Youth
Source Canadian Heritage based on data from
Crop/Missisquoi Institute, 2000. "N" refers to
the number of youth (18-29).
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