A number of indicators tell us that Ontario’s Francophones value the French language.
The demographic profile presents the portrait and regional characteristics of the Francophone communities of the Waterloo, Wellington, Hamilton, Niagara, Haldimand and Brant regions.Demographic Profile of Francophone Communities in the WW and HNHB Regions (pdf : 3.41 MB)
Portrait of the French-Speaking Population
The portrait presents highlights, statistics and the status of public health.
- Portrait of the French-speaking population in the HNHB LHIN (pdf : 1.93 MB)
- Portrait of the French-speaking population in the WW LHIN (pdf : 1.44 MB)
General Data on the Francophone Population
- French and the francophonie in Canada
- Linguistic Characteristics of Canadians
- Studies on Ontario Francophone Community: Health
- Data based on the Inclusive Definition of Francophone (IDF) from the 2011 Census
Demographic and Statistical Resources
- Community Based Participatory Survey on the Health Status of the Francophones of Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant (HNHB) and Waterloo Wellington (WW) (pdf : 1.47 MB)
- Healthy people, healthy places
- Psychometric properties, factorial structure, and measurement invariance of the English and French versions of the Medical Outcomes Study social support scale