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Here are the answers to the spelling challenge:
FRANCOPHONE ENTREPRENEURS FROM COAST TO COAST TO COAST
Entrepreneurship is alive and thriving among young Canadian Francophones! In fact, young
French-speakers / French speakers are among the 430,000 Francophone entrepreneurs that contribute to the Canadian business landscape.
In Prince Edward Island, Francophone youth aged 8 to 16 take part in the Young Millionnaires / Millionaires Program, producing items such as tie-died / tie-dyed T-shirts and plaques for hanging medals / metals, and even raising / razingchickens! From Calgary, Alberta, and St. Boniface, Manitoba, all the way to Yellowknife in the Northwest / North West Territories, young achievers / acheivers under 40 run start-ups in elds as divers / diverse as fashion, food and handyperson services.
It’s a creative economy, and these innovators are using their imagination to change the way things are done / dun. Not only are they contributing to the economic vitality of the country, but there / they’re inspiring others and giving back to their communities and to Canada!