Canadian Parents for French was founded in 1977 by parents who wanted to ensure that children would have the opportunity to become bilingual in the Canadian school system. Originally a small group of concerned parents who met in Ottawa, Canadian Parents for French has evolved into a national network with 10 Provincial/Territorial Branch offices and approximately 170 Chapters in communities from coast to coast.
CPF Nova Scotia
CPF Nova Scotia works with the Department of Education, teacher organizations, and other groups concerned about education to ensure that there is support for French second language education. CPF Nova Scotia organizes French language extra- and co-curricular activities for students across the province.
CPF in Your Local Communtiy
Chapters are teams of volunteers, students, teachers, and parents working together with Canadian Parents for French Nova Scotia to create opportunities and activities for French language learning. To learn more about your local chapter and volunteer opportunities in your community, contact the Canadian Parents for French Nova Scotia office!