Je suis Vanessa, nouvelle blogueuse de la section En Action!
Après avoir travaillé auprès des stations de radios communautaires francophones du Canada et collaboré au projet national bonjour my friend, c’était, pour moi, une suite logique de prendre part aux Rendez-vous de la Francophonie pour la 22e édition. Dans les dernières années, j’ai pu ouvrir mes horizons et apprendre énormément quant aux réalités de la francophonie canadienne. C’est donc un immense plaisir d’écrire pour les RVF 2020 et de partager avec vous mes découvertes!
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).
Our inclusive Francophonie is well alive all across the country. French speaking Canadians are proud of their culture and their accents.
Pride, hope and vitality are words often associated with our inspiring Francophonie!
In this video produced by TFO 24.7, Francophones of Ontario share their French pride with us. They tell us why they speak French and how they ensure the survival of the French language in their community.
Have you heard about the Language Portal of Canada? It’s where you’ll find one of the Translation Bureau’s flagship products: TERMIUM Plus®. This well-known tool provides you with translations for specialized terms. But did you know that, with the Portal’s Language Navigator, you can simultaneously search over 20,000 pages of advice and tips to help you improve your writing in English and French?
You’ll also love the Portal’s collection of links to other Canadian language resources, its quizzes designed to test your language skills, and its Our Languages blog with posts by language lovers.
Want to know more? Watch the short video above!
Can you name all of Canada’s 47 national parks? We can!
Parks Canada is the largest provider of natural and cultural tourism products Canada-wide and its iconic destinations form the cornerstone of the Canadian tourism industry. Parks Canada manages 47 national parks, 4 national marine conservation areas and 171 national historic sites, including 12 of Canada’s 19 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
This short video showcases some of the many students jobs available with Parks Canada.
You can make a difference and the work you will do with Parks Canada will have an impact on the experience of Canadians and visitors from all over the world.
Join our team, discover your passion!
Want to experience camping but aren’t sure where to begin? Join Parks Canada and MEC for Learn-to Camp activities across the country!
Learn-to camp activities feature workshops to help you plan and enjoy safe camping trips as well as fun interpretive programs and other Parks Canada activities.
Make this the year you learn to camp!
The national advertising campaign is designed to inspire Canadians to discover or rediscover Parks Canada’s protected places (whose combined areas are 450 000 km2) with intriguing images that make people recall special moments from the past or dream about creating new ones. Discovery is personal and emotional. It’s not just about experiences, it’s about creating memories.