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The Netherlands has two official languages, Dutch and Frisian. In Canada, Dutch settlers quickly adopted English as their language, and most children of Dutch immigrants speak only English. Today, it is mainly just the older people who speak and read Dutch, but there is still an all-Dutch newspaper published in British Columbia.



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