French is spoken in Canada in a few different provinces. The country itself is officially bilingual. Quebec is the only province that has French as the only official language. New Brunswick is officially bilingual, and about one third of the population are native French speakers.There are also francophone communities in Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. "Canadian French" includes Québec French, Acadian French, Brayon French, Métis French, and Newfoundland French.
Common difficulties Edit
Fluent French Now - Practice listening to authentic French extracts with a script to follow along, some grammar explanation, and ways to incorporate what you've heard into your speaking.
Tou.tv - Many québécois movies, tv series, and documentaries. Unfortunately the website is only acessible to people in Canada.