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Canadian Parents for French (CPF) has hired special project coordinator Marla Williams to lead a province-wide community outreach project in Quebec. She will be working with various partners and volunteers to look at ways to improve access to new and existing French second-language resources, many of them CPF-derived, for English-speaking youth, parents and educators in Quebec, as well as to create cross-cultural activities and opportunities to increase English-speaking students’ confidence in using their second-language skills.

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412, 2016

PERSPECTIVES D’AVENIR-LOOKING AHEAD Symposium a Success

Canadian Parents for French and the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages held the symposium Perspectives d’avenir – Looking Ahead : What Now for French Immersion? at Vanier College on November 18th, 2016. This bilingual conference - moderated by Michael Canuel, CEO of LEARN Quebec - celebrated 50 years of French [...]

2109, 2016

PERSPECTIVES D’AVENIR – LOOKING AHEAD : What Now for French Immersion?

Canadian Parents for French and the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages cordially invite you to attend Perspectives d’avenir – Looking Ahead : What now for French Immersion? at Vanier College on November 18th, 2016. Fifty years after the birth of French Immersion on Montreal's South Shore, this conference aims to examine the state of French Second Language programs and their outcomes for English-speaking youth in Quebec.

2009, 2016

CPF Launches its 2nd Virtual Choir!

Due to the success of the initial French-Second-Language Virtual Choir, Canadian Parents for French – Quebec (CPF-Quebec), in partnership with Bishop’s University, the Community Learning Centres and the Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations, has launched its second Virtual Choir – Mon ami m'a raconté – in the province. The playful song, written and arranged by Chantal Gosselin and Jamie Crooks, reminds us of a time before the internet existed.