Statistical information regarding francophones in Manitoba from 1996.
Note: In this context, a francophone
is a person who grew up speaking french and identifies it as their first language. This is sometimes used synonymously with the term francomanitoban
Number of francomanitobans in Manitoba: 49100. This makes it the largest Canadian french-speaking population outside of Québec.
Francomanitoban representation in the total population of Manitoba : 4.5%
Largest francophone community in Manitoba: St. Boniface, Winnipeg
In 15+ localities (like St. Anne, Ile-des-Chenes, St Rose-du-Lac), francophones form 25% of the population.
Total percentage of women in the francophone population: 53%
8 out of 10 francophones in Manitoba were born here.
Since 1951, the percentage of francophones in Manitoba has dropped from 7% to 4.4%.