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Francophone Centres

Le Centre d’Appui Familial

The Centre d’Appui Familial (French Family Support Center) is the result of the amalgamation of two organizations: SPEFSA (Southern Alberta Early Years and Family Society) and the CRF (Francothèque Resource Center). The SPEFSA was established …

Association Francophone de la Vallée d'Annapolis

Association Francophone de la Vallée is a non-profit organization, incorporated since 2003, that promotes French language and culture in the Annapolis Valley (from Windsor to Digby). By organizing activities and shows and by developing projects and …

The Centre communautaire de la Rive-Sud

The Centre communautaire de la Rive-Sud promotes French culture in the region and organizes activities for the cultural development of the Francophone community and Francophiles. The Community Center is here to meet the artistic, cultural …

La Cité des Rocheuses

The mission of the Cité des Rocheuses is to provide a place for gathering and serving the general public, to broadcast arts, culture and community programs in French that meet the needs and desires of …

La Cité Francophone

La Cité Francophone is the hub of French Culture, Community & Commerce, providing an outstanding facility for the greater Edmonton area. Our History As early as January 1944, the French Canadian Association of Alberta expressed …

L'Alliance Jeunesse -Famille de l'Alberta Society

L’Alliance Jeunesse-Famille de l’Alberta Society (AJFAS) was founded on December 22, 1999, and was officially released on February 24, 2000, at the Cité Francophone in Edmonton, Alberta. AJFAS is a francophone non-profit organization that works …

Parents partenaires en éducation

Parents partenaires en éducation (PPE) has been working with parents since 1940. PPE is a provincial organization that acts as an advocate for the parents whose children attend French language schools in Ontario. PPE is …

Jeunesse Franco-Yukon

The Comité Espoir Jeunesse, now Jeunesse Franco-Yukon (JeFY) was formed in 1995 by a group of young Francophones who wanted to get involved in the development of the community. The same enthusiasm can still be …

L'Association régionale de la côte Ouest (ARCO)

The West Coast Regional Association is the largest Francophone organization in the region. ARCO organizes cultural activities in French for residents of the Port-au-Port Peninsula. ARCO brings together three local Francophone associations: Chez les Français …