Quebec Sign LanguagePrint
50,000 (2010 E. Parks).
Quebec; Ontario, northern Ontario, Ottawa; New Brunswick, Bathurst; British Columbia, Vancouver; Alberta, Edmonton.
Some use Signed French. Segregated deaf education by sex resulted in some lexical differences between the sexes; female use more influenced by ASL and LSQ; male by Signed French and LSQ. Rare for a deaf child to learn both LSQ and ASL. A few adults have working knowledge of both. Also use American Sign Language [ase], English [eng]. In northern Quebec, deaf people use ASL, with English the L2.