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Where Are They Now?

Did you take core French, or attend a French Immersion or French First language program? Did you graduate from one of these programs? Do you know someone who did?

Help us encourage others pursue their French language learning journey. See the stories of some who have followed that path.

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What is Canadian Parents for French?

Canadian Parents for French Nova Scotia works with the Department of Education, teacher organizations, and other groups concerned about education to ensure that there is support for French language education. Canadian Parents for French Nova Scotia organizes French language extra- and co-curricular activities for students across the province.

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You can help bring the benefits of French Language education to your community!

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Help support FSL students across Canada and in your community.


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905, 2019

CPF Nova Scotia is seeking a Summer Student!

CPF Nova Scotia has received funding through Canada Summer Jobs for a Projects Coordinator.  The Projects Coordinator will contribute to the planning and operations of the summer projects program of Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia (CPF Nova Scotia). The position requires working as administrative and program support for the [...]

2904, 2019

Les élèves de la province se sont réunis pour concurrencer au Concours d’art oratoire 2019

Canadian Parents for French, Nouvelle-Écosse ont eu leur Concours provincial d'art oratoire samedi le 27 avril à l'Université Mount Saint Vincent. Chaque centre régional d’éducation de la province, le Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) et l'Association canadienne des écoles indépendantes (CAIS) a encouragé leurs élèves participant à l'événement. Les élèves avaient déjà [...]

2904, 2019

Students love of speaking French shines at Concours d’art oratoire 2019

The Concours d’art oratoire is a national French public speaking competition that takes place each spring across the country. Students present first at their school level, and then move up to compete at the provincial and national levels. Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia has been organizing and hosting the [...]

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Happy Friday! Today, students at Tamarac Education Centre are enjoying two concerts from @Razzmatazz4Kids!! What an amazing way to start their long weekend!

About 5 days ago from CPF Nova Scotia's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone

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