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Alliance Française Vancouver offers online courses: get Alliance Française’s tradition of excellence and expertise to learn French at your own pace from anywhere in British Columbia and Yukon.
The University of British Columbia’s Continuing Education department offers French courses at various levels, online and in person.
Educacentre College periodically runs French for Parents workshops to parents whose children are enrolled in Francophone or French Immersion Programs.This program is available online or at their BC campuses.
OffQc | Québécois French Guide is an entertaining blog about learning the French language of Quebec and French Canada, through music, listening exercises and vocabulary lessons.
Get fun and easy French lessons from Talk in French, a go-to website for learning French language and culture. Great for busy learners of all levels.
Comme un française is a fresh, fun and very French blog with online comprehension programs to help you speak French like the French! It also gives you tips (that you can’t find in book!) and phrases that you can immediately use when travelling in France.
Français interactif is organized into 13 chapters that deal with themes relevant to beginning French learners.
EZFSL offers adults and children the opportunity to learn French from the comfort of their home and at their own pace. The online learning system is designed to help improve your French language capacities and oral proficiency. Please see the two document for special offers: EZFSL Adult Online Learning EZFSL Children Online Learning
Frenchassistant.com is an interactive website to learn and practice your French knowledge online.