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From: "Muriel M. Davidson" <>
Subject: Re: [MONTREAL] Fw: Save a bilingual Montreal...PLEASE PASS IT ON
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 19:59:46 -0400
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Try Nova Scotia!
The road signs there are in three languages, English, French, Gaelic.
We have the Gaelic College at St. Ann's, only one in North America.
During the war, I was unable to use my French or Gaelic while working
for censorship and intelligence -- "others" might have heard and
I had to use Mi'kmaq -- in use today in Nova Scotia!
Muriel M. Davidson <>
> I just wonder which province in Canada should be chosen to have Gaelic as
> their mother tongue??? Hmm....I was reading a fair bit of info on the Gaelic
> people who came to Canada many years ago....guess what!!! They were forbidden
> to use
> their own language. If the children used it in school they got the strap.
> children were learning English but not the parents....what a wonderful time
> around the
> dinner table.
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