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There were more than 200 different languages in Canada according to the 2006 census. Stats Canada will be releasing their fourth and last round of data from the 2011 census soon that will provide an up to date profile of the country’s language diversity. 98% of the population could speak either French or English 6 years ago, with people, whose mother tongue was neither of Canada’s two native languages, marking up 20% of the population. The finding will be released next week.