Population by mother tongue, by census metropolitan area , excluding institutional residents (2011 Census) (Saguenay, Québec, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières, Montréal)

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Population by mother tongue, by census metropolitan area , excluding institutional residents (2011 Census)
(Saguenay, Québec, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières, Montréal)
  2011
  Saguenay (Que.) Québec (Que.) Sherbrooke (Que.) Trois-Rivières (Que.) Montréal (Que.)
  number
Total population 156,585 756,400 199,185 149,710 3,785,915
Single responses1 156,080 750,690 196,860 148,840 3,667,625
English 1,230 10,845 9,740 1,655 439,845
French 153,845 717,765 178,035 144,540 2,395,530
Non-official languages 1,005 22,075 9,090 2,645 832,250
Chinese 55 1,090 275 110 60,660
Cantonese 0 130 20 10 10,515
Mandarin 15 270 65 20 10,180
Hakka 0 0 0 0 105
Chinese, n.o.s. 45 685 185 75 39,095
Italian 40 615 180 45 110,125
German 45 535 190 125 10,155
Polish 25 320 130 20 13,530
Spanish 240 5,605 2,825 845 111,070
Portuguese 40 1,120 175 80 29,230
Panjabi (Punjabi) 5 10 10 0 11,030
Ukrainian 5 60 20 5 4,370
Arabic 120 3,260 1,180 490 126,865
Dutch 5 140 60 30 2,110
Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) 5 65 20 25 13,280
Greek 10 125 65 80 38,860
Vietnamese 20 790 170 65 24,605
Cree 0 5 5 0 205
Inuktitut (Eskimo) 0 15 5 0 225
Other non-official languages 400 8,335 3,770 735 275,940
Multiple responses2 505 5,710 2,325 870 118,295
English and French 375 3,295 1,555 590 40,400
English and non-official language 25 215 105 20 21,450
French and non-official language 100 1,995 585 235 44,690
English, French and non-official language 10 205 75 25 11,760

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