Canadian Parents for French is a vital, national Network that understands that strategic partnerships foster collaboration and enable shared goals to be realized. It is important for our voice to be heard as a key stakeholder working in tandem with like-minded organizations and collaborators who, with us, are champions of official languages and bilingualism across Canada. 

ACCENT is a bilingual directory designed for school communities so they can find recreational, cultural and educational resources and activities that are available in French for students in Alberta. Therefore, ACCENT creates a connection between service providers and school communities that have French as a first language, French immersion and French as a second language programs

ACFA is an inclusive community, that is to say, a community in which all can flourish speaking in French and all Francophiles are valued. Necessarily pluralistic, this community evolves according to an intercultural process transculturality, all while promoting its historical achievements. This new approach requires the establishment of a community-building project for which the ACFA, as an agency spokesman, ensure the roles of leadership and gatherer.

The ACUFC is the network of post-secondary educational institutions in the Canadian Francophonie.

Be A French Teacher is a resource developed to encourage and to support our secondary and university students in a career path as a French teacher. This resource provides information to pursue becoming a French teacher, advocates for French language learning and celebrates Francophone culture in our community.

French for the Future promotes Canada’s official bilingualism and the immediate and lifelong benefits of learning and communicating in French to students from grades 7 to 12 across Canada.acquisition of better health and wellness.

The Fédération du sport francophone de l’Alberta (FSFA) is a non-profit organization at the service of all francophone and French-speaking Albertans. Their mission is to foster community development through the promotion and development of sport and physical activity in French, striving towards the acquisition of better health and wellness.

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