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The provincial government creates the Secretariat in recognition of its French-speaking citizens and its commitment to them.
Members of the Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan decide on a new name and a new governance structure to represent the Fransaskois community.
This sports and cultural event is held in the city of Memramcook in southeastern New Brunswick.
The broadcast signal comes from Vancouver.
This bilingual international literary festival was created in honour of Northrop Frye (1912–1991), who grew up in Moncton, New Brunswick. It welcomes English- and French-speaking authors and attracts audiences from both official language communities.
From July 14 to 24, the National Capital Region welcomes Francophones from around the world.
The aim of the organization is to contribute to community development by welcoming French-speaking immigrants and helping them to settle in Manitoba.
Gabrielle Roy’s childhood home is an important symbol that often appears in the author’s work.
Celebrations are held across Acadia.
The Coalition for the Promotion of the French Language and Francophone Culture in Saskatchewan is created
It launches Francofièvre to give Saskatchewan youth an exciting experience in French.
Launched in 2006, this community project initially aimed to build six monuments to the Francophonie in Ottawa to recognize the Francophone presence in the National Capital Region.
These meetings will lead to the adoption of the Global Strategy for the Integration of Arts and Culture into Acadian Society in New Brunswick.
June 28, 2007
The monument is created in honour of Franco-Albertans.
The celebration also commemorates 400 years of a permanent French presence in North America.
The Centre’s mission is to connect the 33 million Francophones in the Americas.
Whitehorse hosts this unique Francophonie-themed event full of activities and shows.
Université Laval football player founds a youth organization to promote bilingualism among young Anglophones across Canada
It motto is “A seniors network… for seniors… by seniors.”
Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Museum is the realization of a dream of the late Israel “Izzy” Asper following a long 14-year journey.
After a 10-year hiatus due to a lack of funding, the Fête is revived by the Conseil culturel fransaskois.