There are two official language in Canada. English and French. Most of the Canadians use english for every day conversation. In the official languages act of 1969 both the english and French are the official language of Canada. 30 percent of Canadians has a knowledge in French and it is their mother tongue too. In trial courts they use bi lingual in respect to Canada's government services. There are a lot of indigenous language in Canada but those two which is French and English are the most used.