A coup for S.J.'s francophones

Aug 10, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Telegraph-Journal

The growing size and confidence of Saint John's francophone community registers in many ways, from the frequency with which French is spoken in the Port City to the growing scope of cultural events.

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Monckton

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Aug 10, 2011
 
Hey, it's Saint John, and not Saint-Jean.Amazing how they try to change everything.
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Aug 11, 2011
 
hello no one ever said Saint Jean only a fool from the Anglo group would do it
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Robert K Monckton wrote:
Hey, it's Saint John, and not Saint-Jean.Amazing how they try to change everything.
I dont see anything wrong with saint-jean. its the translation for it. Same way Mon"c"ton that you would not use the accent in montreal or quebec.

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