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The Link – French Immersion by Distributed Learning

2017-05-29T20:48:12-04:00 February 12th, 2015|

Would your son or daughter like to graduate with a diploma in English and French? Greater Victoria’s French Immersion Program at The Link offers a complete online program that allows students to graduate with proficiency in French, receiving a second certificate of graduation. The ministry has outlined that upon graduation from French Immersion in Grade [...]

Vive les Voyageurs – Fort Langley Historic Site

2017-05-29T20:48:16-04:00 January 16th, 2015|

CPF and the Fort Langley National Historic Site are partnering up for this year’s Vive Les Voyageurs Festival. On January 24th, all CPF members will receive a 30% discount on a Fort Langley annual family pass. CPF BC & Yukon and the Langley Chapter are teaming up to offer free snow taffy to the first [...]

Interior Outreach Tour! Jan 11-15

2017-05-29T20:48:16-04:00 January 9th, 2015|

Training and Outreach Tour January 11-15 Outreach Tour Jan 11-15 Schedule Kelowna – January 11th, 1700 Parkinson Rd, "Meeting Room" - 11:00pm-5:00pm Golden – January 12th - Annette Luttermann's House 4:30pm - 7:30pm Cranbrook- January 13th - T.M. Roberts School -In the Library - 5:00pm - 8:00pm Nelson – January 14th - AFKO 723 Ward [...]

2014 BC Strike Resource For Students In French Programs

2014-08-27T00:25:17-04:00 August 27th, 2014|

To prepare for the possibility of a prolonged labour dispute, and school closures, Canadian Parents for French BC & Yukon has crowd-sourced a 2014 BC strike resource for students in French programs. Click here to view the resource and tool.

2014 State of FSL in BC and Yukon

2014-08-20T23:47:10-04:00 August 20th, 2014|

We have prepared a report on French Immersion and Core French enrolment as well as a report on the French language teacher shortage. The reports can be found here.

The Benefits of Failing at French

2017-05-29T20:48:16-04:00 July 21st, 2014|

The Benefits of Failing at French By WILLIAM ALEXANDERJULY 15, 2014 I USED to joke that I spoke French like a 3-year-old. Until I met a French 3-year-old and couldn’t hold up my end of the conversation. This was after a year of intense study, including at least two hours a day with Rosetta Stone, [...]