Quebec Sign Language
|Quebec Sign Language|
|Langue des signes québécoise, LSQ|
|Region||Concentrated in Quebec, but with signers in other Canadian urban centres|
|estimates from 910 (2011 census) to 50,000 (2010)|
Quebec Sign Language, known in French as Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), is a sign language used in Canada. Most LSQ users are located in Quebec, but a few are scattered in major cities in the rest of the country.
During televised proceedings of the House of Commons of Canada, an LSQ interpretation of what is being said during Question Period can usually be seen at the top-right corner of the screen.
- (French) Centre de Communication Adaptée