Canadian Parents for French announced the election of Ms. Salma Al-Saquaf to the National Board of Directors and the re-election of Derrek Bentley and Kate Peters as President and Vice-President
Winning Words: Canadian Parents for French Concours d’art oratoire National Final Winners 2022 Announced
We are pleased to announce the national finalists of the 2022 French public speaking contest, Concours d’art oratoire.
Canadian Parents for French Welcomes Strengthened Language within Bill C-13 to Modernize the Official Languages Act
Canadian Parents for French was gratified to learn that Bill C-13, An Act to amend the Official Languages Act, to enact the Use of French in Federally Regulated Private Businesses Act and to make related amendments to other Acts, was tabled on March 1st
Canadian Parents for French Welcomes Survey Findings from the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Canadian Parents for French is gratified with the results of the public opinion survey on Canadians’ attitudes towards official bilingualism and the Official Languages Act, released by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages on February 24.
Canadian Parents for French Releases French as a Second Language Education Enrolment Statistics 2019-2020
Canadian Parents for French is releasing the French as a Second Language Education Enrolment Statistics for the 2019-2020 school year.
Canadian Parents for French would like to thank and recognize the important contributions of all its volunteers across the country helping us achieve our mandate of promoting and creating opportunities for youth to learn and use French
We are requesting your feedback for the Dean Selection process for Campus Saint-Jean. The co-chairs and committee members are looking for advice and opinions on the leadership needs, current issues, priorities and future direction of CSJ from the FSL community.
CPF Alberta is disappointed in the Minister of Education’s decision to renew the contract of eight of the original K-6 consultants for the development of the proposed 7-12 curriculum.
Canadian Parents for French Supports Bill C-32: An Opportunity to Bring Canada’s Linguistic Duality to Life
CPF is very pleased that Bill C-32 was finally tabled in Parliament. The Bill aims to modernize the Official Languages Act.
Edmonton, May 14, 2021 - Our Executive Director, Michael Tryon, did an interview with Radio Canada on the proposed curriculum and the parent/public information sessions.