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The Source

The Source is a newspaper that has been a forum for diversity through encouraging the development of new ideas and ways of thinking. It is sold by subscription or can be picked up at independently …

Flammèche Théâtre

Since 1994, the founder and artistic director of Flammèche Théâtre, Natalie Labossière, has tickled audiences in the West and North through animation and puppetry in environments as varied as classrooms, conferences and live outdoor performances. …

Samir Éditeur Sal

Samir Éditeur is a publishing house founded in 1947 in Beirut, which publishes children’s books and school books. Through their methods of French as a mother tongue, as a second language and as a foreign …

FrancoFEST Festival

Centre francophone Hamilton (CFH) promotes francophone culture by presenting arts of all disciplines, coordinating community events and services to allow the community to gather, socialize, network have fun in French with other francophones and francophiles …

Les Rendez-vous de la francophonie: Film festival

The National Film Board’s (NFB) Rendez-vous de la francophonie (RVF) is a film festival which runs throughout the entire month of March. The NFB will bring nearly 310 free screenings to 82 cities, from the …

La nouvelle scène

La nouvelle scéne is a local award-winning French-language theatre centre programming music, literature, poetry, dance and cinema in Ottawa. This center for the production and distribution of the performing arts presents a diverse theatrical program …

L'école des max

L’école des max is a subscription service that will send you 8 books a year. The service is offered by the children’s literature publishing house, L’école des loisirs. This publishing house has over 6000 titles, …

Le Moulin à Musique

Le Moulin à Musique is dedicated to creating, producing and distributing musical performances aimed at young audiences for artistic, educational and social purposes. Under the artistic direction of Marie-Hélène da Silva, the mission of Le …

Shauit

Originally from Maliotenam in north-eastern Québec, Shauit Kashinemu is a singer-songwriter making a name for himself in the aboriginal community internationally, as well as in the greater music world, TV and film. Singing in Creole, …

Confederation Centre of the Arts

At Confederation Centre of the Arts the origins and evolution of Canada are celebrated through a variety of heritage and arts programming. It is a charitable non-profit organization that is open year-round and showcases the …

City Cinema

City Cinema is a quaint, independent movie theatre located in the heart of old Charlottetown. The theatre is open 7 days a week and seats 70 people. The schedule includes independent films in both French …

Prince Edward Island: Education and Lifelong Learning

The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning develops and delivers high quality programs and curriculum in English and French to Island children from birth to Grade 12. The department provides corporate services, including general and …