1975

The Fédération des francophones hors Québec is founded

With the creation of this organization, French-speaking minority communities across the country develop a common vision.

The Fédération’s primary mandate is to promote and defend and promote the rights and interests of Francophones outside Quebec.

It changed its name in 1991 to the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada.

Today, this association brings together 12 provincial and territorial organizations, as well as eight national associations working in specific areas.