The Linguistic and Ethnic Transformation of the Church in Quebec since the Mid-1960s
Canada, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, linguistics
In 2017, Canadians celebrate the sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation in 1867, in which four British colonies, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, were united to form the Dominion of Canada. By 1873, the country had extended from coast to coast and has since become a modern industrial state of thirty-five million. The sesquicentennial celebration is thus a time to celebrate the major accomplishments and the rich heritage of Canada and its constituent peoples, including that of the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Original Publication Citation
Prete, Roy A., G. Eric Jarvis, and Jonathan A. Jarvis. 2017. "The Linguistic and Ethnic Transformation of the Church in Quebec since the Mid-1960s." Journal of Mormon History. 43(4):155-184.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Prete, Roy A.; Jarvis, G Eric; and Jarvis, Jonathan, "The Linguistic and Ethnic Transformation of the Church in Quebec since the Mid-1960s" (2017). Faculty Publications. 5173.
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