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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. See the stories of some who have followed that path.

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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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1804, 2017

Good news from the government of New Brunswick regarding early French immersion.

  Early French immersion will be offered at 67 schools in New Brunswick this September, including at six schools where immersion is not currently being offered. Follow this link to read the full press release:

1703, 2017

Canadian Parents for French-New Brunswick Recognizes the Financial Support of the Government of Canada

  Canadian Parents for French-NB acknowledges receipt of the financial contribution agreement in the amount of $441,195 from the Department of Canadian Heritage. Under the Enhancement of Official Languages Program, Promotion of Linguistic Duality Component, this funding will be allocated over three government fiscal years 2017-2020 to help our organization [...]

603, 2017

FCC Expression Fund awards $50,000 to eight minority language projects

English / Français FCC Expression Fund awards $50,000 to eight minority language projects Regina, Saskatchewan, February 28, 2017 – For 10 years, Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has been contributing to the vitality of Canada’s official languages through the FCC Expression Fund. This year, $50,000 was awarded to eight minority language projects across [...]