Canada is a country situated in North America where both English and French are official languages. Of the ten provinces and three territories Québec is the only one where French is the only official language, although both French and English are official languages in New Brunswick. None of the other provinces have French as an official language, however there are minority communities scattered throughout the country where French is spoken. All three territories also recognize French as an official language.
|Province in English||Province in French|
|British Columbia||la Colombie-Britannique|
|New Brunswick||le Nouveau-Brunswick|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||la Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador|
|Northwest Territories*||les Territoires du Nord-Ouest (m)|
|Nova Scotia||la Nouvelle-Écosse|
|Prince Edward Island||l'île-du-Prince-Édouard (f)|
|Yukon*||Le Yukon / le territoire du Yukon|
*Northern Territories, Nunavut and Yukon are territories and not provinces
The below table shows what you would call someone from each of the provinces and territories in both English and French.
|What Someone is Called in English||What Someone is Called in French|
|Prince Edward Islander||Prince-Édouardien(ne)|
|Quebecer or Quebecker||Québécois(e)|