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The Acadian Festival

The Acadian Festival is a non-profit organization serving the territory of the municipalities of New Acadia: Saint-Alexis, Saint-Liguori, Saint-Jacques and Sainte-Marie-Salomé. Its purpose is to promote Acadian culture in the Lanaudière region and has given …

Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island

Heritage is an important source of identity for a people living in a minority situation, so the Acadian Museum of Prince Edward Island aims to create greater awareness and pride among Acadians in the Island …

Actions Femmes ÎPÉ

Actions Femmes ÎPÉ organizes a variety of activities throughout the year, with the goal of offering inclusive gathering opportunities to all Francophone and Francophile women in PEI. These activities include for example: Leadership: Supporting adolescent …

Prince Edward Island Cultural Federation (FCÎPÉ)

The mission of the Prince Edward Island Cultural Federation is to ensure and continuously maintain the cultural and artistic evolution of the Acadian and Francophone community of Prince Edward Island. The Federation is an organization …

National Acadian day celebration!

Enjoy a Family Fun Day to celebrate the Acadian culture. Families can enjoy listening to some french music, see some visual arts, have fun looking at live art demonstrations and dance! You can also eat …

Le Carrefour de l'Isle-Saint-Jean

Founded in 1991, le Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean is a school-community center that brings together the resources of Francophones and Acadians in the greater Charlottetown area in order to develop their culture and language. The Carrefour …

PEI Book Fair

The PEI Book Fair is a unifying event for the province’s Francophone and Francophile population, which promotes reading and literacy. Through its actions, the Book Fair contributes to develop the taste for reading and highlights …

Head Start in Business

Head Start in Business has been a driving force in entrepreneurship awareness and initiation for the past 15 years. Over 20,000 youth have participated in our innovative and experiential programs making entrepreneurship more accessible and …

Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle-France

Started in a preparatory perspective for the celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Quebec, in 2008, the New France Festival was presented for the first time in 1997, in accordance with the will of the …

Hillside

Hillside offers year round events with a broad artistic vision that emphasizes diversity of culture, of musical heritage and style, of age, geography and influence. Both at the height of summer and in the middle of …

Franco-Ontarian Students' Association (RÉFO)

The Franco-Ontarian Students’ Association (RÉFO) represents the 22 000 students who study in French-language college and university programs in Ontario. The RÉFO was founded in 2009 in order to represent francophone student issues across the province and …