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, Nova Scotia, Canada - In Nova Scotia in 1901 there were over 45,000 people of French origin, almost 10% of the total population.

The right to be educated in French and to have a French language media was a continuing struggle. Congresses met regularly, putting together an economic program and adopting political positions. acadian/ timeline.html

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