1912

The Société du parler français en Saskatchewan is founded

The Société is created in Duck Lake, with the goal of bringing together French Canadians in Saskatchewan in order to promote, protect and defend their interests and their rights.

In 1913, the organization changed its name to the Association catholique franco-canadienne. In 1964, it changed names again to the Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan, and in 1999, it became the Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise.

Over the years, this organization has been the voice of the French-speaking population in Saskatchewan and has promoted the creation of other Francophone organizations to help it carry out its work: the Association des parents fransaskois, the Conseil culturel fransaskois, the Conseil économique et coopératif de la Saskatchewan and the Association jeunesse fransaskoise.