CPF Nova Scotia

//CPF Nova Scotia
CPF Nova Scotia2021-01-04T16:25:22-05:00

In Nova Scotia/En Nouvelle-Écosse

  • CPF Nova Scotia Branch Office 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 activities for students from across the province.
  • CPF Nouvelle-Ecosse collabore avec la ministère de l’Éducation, les regroupements d’enseignants et d’autres groupes œuvrant dans le domaine de l’éducation afin d’appuyer l’enseignement du français langue seconde.
  • CPF Nouvelle-Ecosse organise des activités de langue française pour les étudiants de toute la province.

Bylaw No. 1, Nova Scotia Branch_signed 2017

CPF Nova Scotia Financial Report 2019-2020

CPF Nova Scotia Financial Report 2018-2019

CPF Nova Scotia Financial Report 2017-2018

In your community/Dans votre communauté

  • CPF Chapters organize in-school activities — such as winter carnivals, performances by French speaking artists and a myriad of activities that support and enhance learning French.
  • CPF sponsors out-of-school programs — such as winter and summer camps, exchanges, educational visits and weekend workshops for all students learning French.
  • CPF fundraises to support these activities and to provide enrichment materials.
  • CPF organise toute une gamme d’activités en milieu scolaire, telles que des carnavals d’hiver et des représentations d’artistes francophones, afin de favoriser et enrichir l’apprentissage du français.
  • CPF parraine des activités parascolaires à l’intention des étudiants qui apprennent le français, telles que les camps d’hiver et les camps d’été, les échanges, les visites éducatives et les ateliers de fin de semaine.
  • CPF organise des levées de fonds afin de financer ces activités et de fournir du matériel d’enrichissement.
  • Our History

    35 Years of Advocacy and Counting

    In 1977, Keith Spicer was serving as Canada’s first-ever Commissioner of Official Languages. Interested in the bilingualism of Canada's youth, he met with groups of parents across Canada who wanted their children to learn French as a second language (FSL) but who ran into roadblocks at the local school board.

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  • What We Stand For

    Mission, Vision, Values, and Official Position Statements

    CPF is the national network of volunteers which values French as an integral part of Canada and which is dedicated to the promotion and creation of French-second-language learning opportunities for young Canadians.

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