The Bilingual Canadian Dictionary: What? How? Why?

Hazel Curties
Although Canada is an officially bilingual country, in which French is stated to be the mother tongue of almost 6.8 million people and English of 17.5 million people (2001 Canadian census), there is not a single general bilingual French-English dictionary on the market of Canadian origin. This means that Canadians are forced to use European-produced bilingual dictionaries of English and French such as the Collins-Robert and the Oxford-Hachette, which, since they are intended principally for...
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