Use four digits for year in fr-CA

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Short dates in Canadian French are currently defined using the following format:

1 yy-MM-dd GGGGG

(https://github.com/unicode-cldr/cldr-dates-modern/blob/master/main/fr-CA/ca-generic.json#L309)

However, the government of Québec recommends four digits for the year:

The numerical representation of a date should be as follows: four digits for the year, two for the month and two for the day

https://www.oqlf.gouv.qc.ca/english/infoguides/cultural_ling_char_of_Quebec_IT_20061122.pdf

The only exception is when omitting the century cannot cause any confusion, but as there is no way to validate this, I recommend four digits always be used for the year, i.e.

1 y-MM-dd GGGGG

Thanks!

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Kristi Lee

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Peter Edberg

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