Join us for #LearntoCamp!

 

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!

Discover or rediscover our protected places!

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.

#OurNature

French Language In The World

Interesting stats about French language all around the world are unveiled in this video produced by the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF).

Thérèse & Myriam: Two Generations, One Passion

TFO 24.7, the new Francophone point-of-view, introduces us to social and cultural video vignettes of our Canadian Francophonie and the people who compose it.

In this video: Thérèse Maheu and Myriam Vigneault may belong to two very different generations, but their love for the French language and their devotion to the Lafontaine community have brought them together.

Find other similar stories here!

Ariko

TFO 24.7, the new Francophone point-of-view, introduces us to social and cultural video vignettes of our Canadian Francophonie and the people who compose it.

In this video: Music has always played a huge role in the Lefaive household, in Lafontaine. Sisters Kelly, Jill and Nicole, along with their parents Laura and Louis, are part of the band Ariko, which just launched its second album.

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Message from the Minister of Canadian Heritage

Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, invites all Canadians to participate to the 20th Rendez-vous de la Francophonie!

Let’s celebrate the vitality of La Francophonie!

Our spokesperson Mariette Mulaire, president and CO of the World Trade Center Winnipeg, invites you all to participate to the 20th edition of the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie!

Franco-Ontarians’ Day: What will you look like today?

September 25th is Franco-Ontarians Day. Bonne fête to the French Ontarians!

  • Today is a special day for thousands of French speaking Ontarians…
  • They will share their pride to speak and to live in French in this province…
  • They may put on green and white clothes to match their flag…

And they may look like one of these types of Franco-Ontarians partying in this video made by two young comedians of Franco Fier, Nicholas Monette and Gabriel Burelle.

These guys are a true sensation on the web with more than 5,000 subscribers on Facebook.

Join them to celebrate September 25th, 2017 in white and green!

Make some noise for Acadia on August 15!

Get ready to experience great noise parades on August 15 as part of the Acadian Day!

Here’s an overview of this noisy walk, called “tintamarre” in French. This will give you a good preview before the national celebrations in the Canada’s capital region.

Tip: turn up the volume of your speakers!

Warm welcome at the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne (JeuxFC)!

In this video, the young participants of JeuxFC are greeted as true heroes during the VIP event held in their honor!