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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 …

Metropolis bleu

The Blue Metropolis Foundation consists of three main parts: the Festival (adult as well as Children’s), Educational Programs, and the International Literary Series. The Foundation’s goal is to be an important cultural and social institution …

Francophonie en Fête

Francophonie en Fête is a non-profit organiszation (NPO) that celebrates the diversity of the Francophone and Francophile community and heritage in the GTA by organizing an annual music festival in Toronto. The music festival takes …

Festival Western Optimiste de Wendover

The Festival Western Optimiste de Wendover represents one of the major event in the cultural calendar of the township of Alfred and Plantagenet region. The richness and variety of its programming allow festival-goers to enjoy both the …

Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival des bûcherons

Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival des bûcherons is an annual weekend event in July that promises to deliver amazing entertainment and activities that will engage the whole family. In and around Riverside Park, the activities take place all weekend …

Kayak Kids' Illustrated History Challenge

Start writing your exciting Canadian History tale and you could be on your way to Ottawa for the Governor General’s History Awards. The award is open to Canadian kids between the ages of 7 and …

Young Citizens

The Young Citizens program focuses on citizenship and is a complementary component to Heritage Fairs, an annual event where students present the results of their research on Canadian heroes, legends and key events in Canadian …

Government of Canada History Awards

The Government of Canada History Awards were officially announced in June 2013. Their goal is connect youth to their history by honouring outstanding students and teachers who show an interest in celebrating Canadian history. The …

Journée des Maths

Journée des Maths is the largest  francophone mathematical online contest throughout North America. In Quebec, the competition is open to students from the 3rd year of elementary school to the 4th year of secondary school. …

National Canadian Film Day (NCFD)

National Canadian Film Day ( NCFD ) is an annual event held in communities all across the country to celebrate Canada through Canadian film. It’s a time to sit back in your seat, take off your toque, and have some fun! …