75%
Yes
25%
No
62%
Yes
20%
No
13%
Yes, but the government should provide free language learning courses
4%
No, we should embrace the diversity that immigrants add to our country
1%
Yes, and remove multilingual translations from government documents and services
1%
No, but remove multilingual translations from government documents and services

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 @9C5Q4RVfrom Alberta answered…1yr1Y

I think you mean English or French. And yes, to a basic proficiency in listening and speaking only, as long as the government funds free language classes.

 @9CBVDMHfrom Alberta answered…1yr1Y

Not required but encouraged with free courses to learn either French or English

 @9C9G73Gfrom Alberta answered…1yr1Y

I'm 50/50 with this one. Learning a new language can be a very difficult task for some. And we should be embracing diversity, but, this, in the long run, does make it easier for immigrants to communicate what they need.

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