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Culture Days Ontario

Founded in 2009, Culture Days is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a national network of cultural connections devoted to providing Canadians with opportunities to participate in and appreciate all forms of arts and culture. …

CPF National concours d’art oratoire

The CPF National Concours d’art oratoire is a nationwide public-speaking competition held each spring for youth who are studying French in English schools. This long-standing event celebrates official language bilingualism in Canada and honours the many hours of hard work students put …

Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF)

Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie ( RVF ) is part of the events surrounding the Journée Internationale de la Francophonie (March 20), which is organized every year around the world to promote the French language …

European Union Film Festival (EUFF) - Toronto

European Union Film Festival ( EUFF ) is a FREE film Festival that occurs every November at The Royal Cinema, Toronto reflecting the excellence, innovation and diversity of European cinema, showcasing Canadian premieres and international award-winning …

Franco-Ontarian Day: September 25

The Province of Ontario officially recognizes September 25th of each year as Franco – Ontarian Day as well as the “contribution of the Francophone community of Ontario to the social, economic and political life of …

Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival

Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival is incorporated in Canada as a non-profit charitable organization guided by a member volunteer board. It is their mandate to organize and promote an annual festival of highly acclaimed Canadian …

Poetry In Voice

Poetry In Voice is a recitation contest for high school students in grade 9 – 12 under the age of 18 across Canada. Students memorize and recite poems chosen from among the hundreds found in their …

Cinéfranco

Cinéfranco, Toronto’s Francophone International Film Festival, is considered to be the most important International Francophone Film Festival in English Canada. Founded in 1997 by Marcelle Lean, it became an essential spring event for movie lovers …

Des Chiffres, Des Mots

Students are invited to participate in a fun contest that will allow them to discover that mathematics is everywhere. The Metropolis Bleu competition aims to strengthen French language skills, promote academic perseverance and self-confidence of students …

Salon du livre de Toronto

The Toronto French Book Fair, the “Salon du Livre de Toronto,” was incorporated in 1993 to organize a four day annual event each December at the Toronto Reference Library. Its mandate is to act as …

Le Festival du Loup de Lafontaine

Guests attending Festival du Loup will be transported back in time to the seventeenth century. Events include French stories and music, local food, artisans, howling contest and lots of fun for the whole family to …