I hope you are enjoying your month of the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie so far! If you haven’t looked at the RVF Journal, I encourage you to – it’s great reading. There are links to the National Film Board’s L’espace francophonie (free movies!), the Language Portal of Canada, and lots of other activities, contests, and
Students in southern Alberta schools are learning about art and the region’s Indigenous history and culture with the help of an innovative two-year project. Oki Napi – Bonjour mon ami! aims to build relationships and encourage exchanges between students and Indigenous people in 14 schools in the FrancoSud School District as a part of Alberta’s
RVF spokesperson, Anu Boucher, is passionate about the environment, community, and her Inuit culture. Along with co-spokesperson, Bernard Voyer, Anu will be at the centre of change with the RVF in 2020. Anu (short for Anulik), was born and raised in Kangiqliniq (Rankin Inlet), a community of about 2,800 people in the Kivalliq region, on
Our theme this year is Rendez-vous de la Francophonie: at the heart of a change, and we’ll be featuring people, programs, and organizations at the heart of environmental, social, cultural, and community change all year long. Let’s look to Canada’s west coast! EcoNova is an innovative program transforming environmental education into a living experience
New Brunswick is about to reimagine its entire education system. This province wants his education system to be nothing less than the best in the world! In order to achieve this ambitious goal, an education summit was held last week by the government in Fredericton and a green paper on education was published. New Brunswick
Starting today, August 10th, and until August 24th, thousands of Acadians and visitors from all around the world will gather in Prince Edward Island and in Southeast New Brunswick to participate to the 6th Congrès Mondial Acadien (CMA). They will also celebrate the 25th anniversary of this event. Acadian culture is contagious! Acadians know how
The 6th edition of the Congrès mondial acadien (CMA) is now well started! Until August 24th, Acadians from all around the world will gather in about 20 Acadian communities in Prince Edward Island and Southeast New Brunswick.
In this video we are invited to discover these communities that inspire Acadian pride in both hosting regions.
For more information about CMA 2019 and to consult the program of activities, visit the CMA official website (information in English and French).