Bilingualism in Ottawa became official policy in 2002, making all municipal services available in both of Canada's official languages, Canadian English and Canadian French. 37% of Ottawa's population can speak both languages. Those who identify their mother tongue as English constitute 62.4 percent, while those with French as their mother tongue make up 14.2 percent of the population. Owing to Ottawa's large immigration population, an additional 20.4 percent list languages other than English and French as their mother tongue. These include Arabic (3.2%), Chinese (3.0%), Spanish (1.2%), Italian (1.1%), and many others.
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