Canadian French has a unique culture. The following articles go over some of the details of the Canadian French language to help imporve your learning experience and speed.



How Canadian Labeling Laws Can Help You Learn French at the Supermarket

Even if you don’t live in Canada! Canadians, and visitors to Canada, know that products sold in Canada have to be labeled in both English and French. It’s one of the things that Canadian customs checks for when products cross the border. What you probably didn’t know is that these . . . 
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Big Differences Between Canadian French and Paris French

Editor’s Note: This is a controversial article, written by a Dutch author (who spoke good French) based on his travels both in France, which he loved, and Quebec, which he also loved. It does NOT reflect the differences in the Parisian French and Canadian French lessons on Language101.com. This article . . . 
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Why Canadian French is Different From Paris French

On July 3, 1608, a young descendant of a family of mariners by the name of Samuel de Champlain founded the city of Quebec. With that, the French language was established on the North American continent. He brought with him, obviously, the French commonly spoken in France. As the years . . . 
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