A bilingual street-sign in Saint-Boniface, which used to be a separate French-speaking city, but was incorporated into the city of Winnipeg on 1st January 1972. Note that like many such blingual signs in Canada, the word which identifies a given street is in the centre with the French designation before it and the English after it. Hence a francophone can read ‘av. Taché’ and ‘boul. Provencher’, while an anglophone reads ‘Taché Ave.’ and ‘Provencher Boul.’.
From Across Canada by Train, September 2009