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Thanks for your comment, Virginia! Indeed, you are right, and it is interesting to make links to other blog posts on the Portal, like the link you made between my blog post and Sheila Ethier's post. It would also be interesting to see the respective linguistic influences of Canada's two official languages, if such influences exist at all.