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Ottawa, Ontario, March 28, 2013
Graham Fraser - Commissioner of Official Languages

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Footnotes

Footnote 1

Monica Heller, Linguistic Minorities and Modernity: A Sociolinguistic Ethnology, Longman, London and New York, 1999, p. 7.

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Footnote 2

Hugues Théorêt, « 40 – Le Canada entre dans la Seconde Guerre ».

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Footnote 3

Idem

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Footnote 4

Denis Gratton, « 88 – Le Canada officiellement bilingue ».

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Footnote 5

Idem

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Footnote 6

Hugues Théorêt, « 5 – 10 000 Franco-Ontariens pour sauver Montfort ».

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Footnote 7

Tom Morig, “Functional Completeness in Minority Language Media,” in Minority Language Media: Concepts, Critiques and Case Studies, Mike Cormack and Niamh Hourigan (eds.), Buffalo and Toronto, Multilingual Matters Ltd., Clevedon, 2007, p. 18.

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Footnote 8

Quoted by Michel Bock, Quand la nation débordait les frontières : Les minorités françaises dans la pensée de Lionel Groulx, Éditions Hurtubise HMH Collection Histoire, 2004, p. 11.

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Footnote 9

Jean-Charles Falardeau, Étienne Parent,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, consulted on January 3, 2013.

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Footnote 10

Quoted by Éric Bédard, Les Réformistes, Une génération canadienne-française au milieu du XIXe siècle, Montréal, Les éditions du Boréal, 2012, p. 29.

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Footnote 11

Op. cit., p. 87.

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Footnote 12

Op. cit., p. 4.

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Footnote 13

Op. cit., p. 127.

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Footnote 14

Réal Bélanger, “Henri Bourassa,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, consulted on January 4, 2013. See also Mason Wade, The French Canadians, 1760-1945, Toronto, Macmillan of Canada, 1956.

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Footnote 15

Wade, op. cit.

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Footnote 16

Wade, op. cit., p. 582.

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Footnote 17

Bock, op. cit., p. 230.

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Footnote 18

André Laurendeau, La crise de la conscription, 1942, Montréal, Les Éditions du Jour, 1962, p. 10.

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Footnote 19

para. 90.

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Footnote 20

André Laurendeau, Journal tenu pendant la Commission royale d'enquête sur le bilinguisme et le biculturalisme. Outremont, VLB éditeur/Le Septentrion, 1990, p. 75.

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Footnote 21

Quoted in Graham Fraser, Sorry I Don't Speak French, Toronto, McClelland & Stewart, 2006, p. 71.

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Footnote 22

Marcel Martel, “Hors du Québec, point de salut! Francophone Minorities and Quebec Nationalism, 1945–1969,” in Nation, Ideas, Identities: Essays in Honour of Ramsay Cook, Michael D. Behiels and Marcel Martel (eds.), Toronto, Oxford University Press, 2000, p. 137–138.

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Footnote 23

Prendre sa place. Parcours et trajectoires identitaires en Ontario français, Sylvie A. Lamoureux and Megan Cotnam (eds.), Ottawa, Les Éditions David, 2012.

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