What's Different in Canada

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French Immersion

French Immersion programs are publicly funded K-12 courses taught entirely in French, to accelerate learning and promote bilingualism in Canada. Its popularity ranges greatly by province, being the most popular in New Brunswick and the least popular in Saskatchewan. Probably beats learning Spanish from Dora the Explorer. 

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    Dis be me
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    Um, I was in French Immersion and my parents have zero French background…. Also, the was set up in Ontario (where I was...
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    Yar. A French immersion elementary school was recently built in my neighbourhood in Scarborough, but few of the kids...
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    mater—tua: :O Did not know this! I guess I was able to get in because my parents were born in Montreal
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    Oui, Le Francais est tres difficile. Et je suis paresseux et je ne mets les accents.
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    Yyyyy
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