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Where Are They Now?

Did you take core French, or attend a French Immersion or French First language program? Did you graduate from one of these programs? Do you know someone who did? Help us encourage others pursue their French language learning journey.

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What is CPF…

…and why should YOU be a part of it all?

Canadian Parents for French is a national volunteer organization of adults who recognize the value of learning French as a second language and actively promote opportunities for young Canadians to learn and use French.

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Starting a Chapter

You can help bring CPF activities to your community!

Do you live in a community that is not currently being served by a CPF chapter? It could be up to you to start one!

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Help support FSL students across Canada and in your community.

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2106, 2016

Cross-Canada official languages consultations 2016

The Department of Canadian Heritage, has launched its Cross-Canada official languages consultations 2016.  Minister Joly has announced that public consultations will take place in 21 cities across Canada. There is also an online questionnaire for all and anyone to complete.  It can be found at http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1455565579172 (English) or http://canada.pch.gc.ca/fra/1455565579172/1455565639806 (French).

804, 2016

Early French Immersion reform in New Brunswick

Early French immersion reform in New Brunswick faces more delays. Canadian Parents for French New Brunswick is disappointed the Gallant government is still refusing to change the entry point for early French immersion.  www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/early-french-immersion-entry-point-1.3505345        

2903, 2016

“French Immersion: C’est what?”

We invite you to read "French Immersion: C’est what?" by Mary Cruden, President of CPF Ontario. This article is in response to the Globe and Mail publication "The shrinking English classroom", written by Caroline Alphonso on March 5, 2016. http://on.cpf.ca/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/Letter-from-Mary-Cruden-1.pdf