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Communicate in sign language

Learn to communicate with Deaf and hard of hearing people. Take LSQ classes on Zoom or in person, evaluate your LSQ level, top it all off with cultural or grammar workshops, and more. Immerse yourself in a new, inclusive and enriching world of communication!

3rd second language

For several years, ASL has been the most-studied second language in the United States, after Spanish and French

(Source: Looney and Lusin, 2016).

357,000 people

In Canada, around 357,000 Deaf people communicate primarily in sign language

(Source: Canadian Association of the Deaf, 2015).

70 million

There are over 70 million Deaf signers around the world

(Source: World Federation of the Deaf, 2023).