Change the Language of the Internet browser to French-Canadian (fr-CA):

Internet Explorer:
  1. Go to Tools > Internet Options
  2. At the bottom of the General tab, click Languages
  3. In the Language Preference section, select Add (if it is not already in the current list of preferred languages).
  4. From the list of languages, select French (Canada) [fr-CA], and click OK
  5. In the Language Preference window, highlight French (Canada) [fr-CA], and select the option to Move Up until the selection is at the top of the language preference list
  6. Click OK, and then OK again to exit Internet Options
  7. Refresh the browser to update language preferences

Google Chrome:
  1. Go to the menu in the upper right corner and select Settings
  2. Scroll to the bottom and click Advanced
  3. Select Language and click Add languages
  4. Mark French (Canada) and click Add
  5. Click the 3 dots next to French (Canada) and select Move to the top
  6. Refresh the browser to update language preferences

Mozilla Firefox:
  1. Go to the menu in the upper right corner and select Options
  2. In the Language section, select Choose
  3. Click the drop-down in the Select language to add field, and select French/Canada [fr-ca]
  4. Click Add
  5. Click Move Up until French/Canada [fr-ca] is at the top of the list of languages
  6. Click OK
  7. Refresh the browser to update language preferences