From Coast to Coast to Coast
CPF National works with the federal government and national organizations involved in education to create an environment supportive of French-second-language (FSL) education. CPF offers volunteer training and development and provides information and resources about FSL learning.
In Your Province or Territory
CPF provincial- and territorial-level branches work with Ministries or Departments of Education, teacher organizations, and other groups concerned about education to ensure that there is support for FSL education and resources for parents and students. CPF branches also organize French-language activities for students from across the region.
To find out more about CPF operations in your home province or territory, click “CPF Across Canada” at the top of this page to open the map and select your desired region.
In Your Community
CPF municipal-level chapters are the ground-level face and heart of our activities. Chapters are responsible for:
- In-school activities, such as winter carnivals, performances by French speaking artists, public speaking contests and a myriad of other activities that support and enhance learning French.;
- Extracurricular programs such as winter and summer camps, exchanges, educational visits, weekend workshops for all students learning French, and more;
- Munical-level educational advocacy and promotion, including parent information nights, petitions and letter-writing campaigns, and consultations with school administrators, school boards, city councils, and even local-level MPPs/MLAs or MPs to extend our message to the decision-makers that inform the policies affecting Canada’s students each and every day.
Starting a Chapter
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!