The language that is being spoken by families living across the country is changing, with many of them in Quebec, as they face a new era in their lives.
In this new world, many are faced with having to find ways to communicate their needs and wants.
It’s a transition that many parents and their children are facing.
The CBC News interview with Jean-Luc, a French-speaking mother of three, is the first in a two-part series.
You can listen to Part 1 here.CBC News: What language do you speak?
Jean-Luc: I’m a French speaking Quebecois.
CBC News: How did you become a bilingual mother?
Jean: I decided to become a mother in the French language because I wanted to speak with my kids. CBC