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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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1902, 2019

Upcoming Spring Events for Schools

French Movie March Madness! CPF Nova Scotia in collaboration with Cineplex Cinemas will be presenting "Tout en haut du monde"!  Produced in 2015, it is the story of a young 19th century Russian girl  embarking on an adventure-filled quest to find her grandfather at the North Pole.  This French-Danish animated film [...]

102, 2019

CPF Halifax Peninsula & Mainland South Celebrates Reading Week by Donating Books

Ms. Emily Quigley, Principal (left) with CPF Halifax Peninsula & Mainland South Chapter President, Joan Dobbie (right) CPF Halifax Peninsula & Mainland South celebrated "Reading Week"/"Semaine de Lire" by visiting a pair of schools on Thursday, January 31st, 2019. Our chapter first visited École JW McLeod School and [...]

1701, 2019

CPF Nova Scotia’s Annual Report 2017-2018

How do we engage with educators in schools of Education? How do we reach teachers? How can we bring in the wider community and convince them of the need for a second language? How do we diversify our funding within the private sector? These are some of the questions for [...]

3110, 2018

CPF Nova Scotia Announces New President

Canadian Parents for French, Nova Scotia held its Annual General Meeting on October 20, 2018. At the meeting, Tony Orlando stepped down from his role as President and stepped up into the role of Treasurer.  Janet Claes moved up to President and Kate Ashley is the new Vice President. Janet [...]

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About 6 days ago from CPF Nova Scotia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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