French Canada


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French Canada

the areas of Canada, esp in the province of Quebec, where French Canadians predominate
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The book's appeal in French Canada is its constant criticism of the Church and its supposed complicity with any of the powers-that-be, whether political or economic.
Cette appreciation fait echo a la phrase qui ouvre la preface de Hughes a l'edition anglaise de 1963, apres un avant-propos de Nathan Keyfitz intitule French Canada Still in Transition : << Si le Quebec est encore en etat de transition, c'est dans une certaine mesure parce que, aujourd'hui comme hier, 'Jean-Baptiste arrive en ville' (c'etait la, en effet, le premier titre auquel j'avais songe pour ce volume, mais des amis et mon editeur m'en ont dissuade
Taken collectively, Detroit's ribbon farms exhibited great uniformity and reflected the agricultural tradition of French Canada.
From here the spectacle of Niagara is a short drive around the lake, before you take to the Maple Leaf Trail proper, heading north to Canada's historic capital Ottawa, then further east into French Canada, journeying to glorious Montreal, stylish Olympic city, and finally to picturesque Quebec, capital of French Canada, and where the New World still resembles the Old.
With French Canada being an important and significant consumer base in the online travel industry, FlightNetwork.
French Canada, which includes a mere 8 mil/ion people concentrated in the province of Quebec, was settled by France.
From here the spectacle of Niagara is a short drive around the lake, before you take to the Maple Leaf Trail proper, heading north to Canada's historic capital Ottawa, then further east into French Canada, journeying to glorious Montral, stylish Olympic city, and finally to picturesque Qubec, capital of French Canada, and where the New World still resembles the Old.
Chapter 4 focuses on French Canada and the well-documented Jesuit missionary activities.
Lawrence River "on a grey, wet 11th of November during which the local militia, two regular units from French Canada and two British regiments fought against twice their numbers to bring a decisive end to the most serious invasion of Canada ever attempted.
The fact of course is that Liberals and not Tories have traditionally been the party of French Canada.
It reigned sovereignly worldwide until 1983, when a few creative people from Quebec decided to take seriously the derisive attitude that the French in Europe and English-speaking people in Canada were showing towards French Canada, and reacted in kind, making everyone laugh with them.
Like in the rest of French Canada, the most profane words used here are not overtly sexual, but words used in church -- the French equivalents of tabernacle, chalice and baptism.