Linguistic Duality In Modern Canada

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English and French speakers of Canada have had a very complicated relationship for decades. The two founding people of Modern Canada, often called the two solitudes, have had multiple conflicts since the 1760s. It is no surprise that even now prejudice, and sometimes even scorn, remains. This issue is at the center of the country’s politics even to this day. How do Canadians view linguistic duality in their country in the 21st century? Is the aspect of biculturalism important to them? Even with answers to these questions, it is primordial to understand what influences Canadians to view the other as they do. Does the way they are taught Canadian history at a young age change their perception? Does the way the media present the other have a say

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