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Starting January 31, French for Parents class in Bedford

2017-05-30T04:54:40-04:00 January 9th, 2017|

Join us for an opportunity to improve your French with other adults. This course is suited to beginner and intermediate students who want to be more comfortable using French, and have a better grasp on the basic rules of the language. Each week uses a thematic approach in order to cover a range of important [...]

Memorandum of Understanding signed between Université Sainte-Anne and CPF Nova Scotia

2016-12-07T19:02:45-05:00 December 7th, 2016|

Canadian Parents for French will celebrate it's fortieth anniversary in 2017. CPF Nova Scotia held a gala celebrating the launch into their fortieth year at the Paul O'Regan Hall in the Halifax Central Library on October 7, 2016.  The event began with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Université Sainte-Anne. Allister Surette, Rector [...]

Recognizing the Achievement of the Founding Director of CPF Nova Scotia

2016-12-07T18:57:42-05:00 December 7th, 2016|

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia recognized the outstanding achievement of the founding Director of CPF Nova Scotia, Patricia Holland. Mrs. Holland was presented with the first Nova Scotia Champion award. Canadian Parents for French was founded in 1977 by a group of like-minded parents who were concerned about their children learning French. Patricia Holland [...]

ANNAPOLIS VALLEY TEACHER COMBINES FRENCH SECOND LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL CHANGE

2016-10-26T15:13:12-04:00 October 26th, 2016|

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia was delighted to honour Freda Larade at the launch of their 40th Anniversary on October 7. Mme Larade is a French Second Language teacher at Evangeline Middle School in the AVRSB. Canadian Parents for French Nouvelle-Ecossse est ravi de faire honneur à Freda Larade au lancement de leur quarentieme [...]

CPF Nova Scotia Annual General Meeting, October 8 2016

2016-09-22T14:52:21-04:00 September 22nd, 2016|

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia will be holding its 39th Annual General Meeting on October 8 at the Halifax Central Library, room 301. Delegates, invited guests, stakeholders and partners from across the province will take this opportunity to meet, share and learn in pursuit of our goal to promote French as a second language [...]

Launching our Fortieth Anniversary Celebration!

2016-09-22T14:44:53-04:00 September 22nd, 2016|

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia will be launching the celebration of our Fortieth Anniversary on October 7, 2016.At the launch the presentation of the French Second Language Educator of the Year Award will take place. Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia will also honour a special recipient with the 2016 Champion Award for their dedicated [...]

French for Parents classes starting October 2016

2017-05-30T04:54:40-04:00 July 14th, 2016|

Join us for an opportunity to improve your French with other adults. This course is suited to beginner and intermediate students who want to be more comfortable using French, and have a better grasp on the basic rules of the language. Each week uses a thematic approach in order to cover a range of important [...]

Felicitations! Congratulations! Thank you to all students who partipated!

2017-05-30T04:54:41-04:00 April 25th, 2016|

  2016 CONCOURS D’ART ORATOIRE MEDALLISTS French Public Speaking Contest - April 23, 2016   To view list as pdf, click here 2016 CONCOURS MEDALLISTS 5/6 Core French/Français de base Gold    Lareina Shen of Halifax, Sacred Heart School of Halifax, CAIS Les orgues tueuses Silver   Charlie Livingstone of Enfield, Riverside Education Centre, CCRSB Ottawa   [...]

Concours d’art oratoire 2016

2017-05-30T04:54:41-04:00 March 31st, 2016|

Canada’s largest annual French-language public-speaking competition   Concours d’art oratoire is Canada’s largest annual French-language public-speaking competition involving over a 100,000 students across Canada every year, and thousands of dollars worth of prizes. The aims of this public speaking contest are to stimulate the interest of students learning French, to improve their oral skills, and [...]