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What province became bilingual?

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New Brunswick is the only bilingual province (Its official languages are French and English) and Nunavut is the only bilingual territory (English and Inuktitut). All other provinces and territories are English-only, except for Quebec, which is French-only.

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If there is only one it is Manitoba in the centre of Canada.

But there are two, one is Manitoba the other NB in Eastern Canada.

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It is actually New Brunswick (See the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms).

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New Brunswick.

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