Francophone Cultural Resources

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Francophone Cultural Resources2019-05-15T11:42:27-07:00

Francophone Cultural Resources

NOTE: The resources listed here do not necessarily reflect CPF’s views or opinions. CPF is not responsible for the content of any of the websites/resources and does not endorse the provider of the website or any products it offers. N.B. some websites are available in French only.

The message conveyed to the province’s population by La Fédération des francophones de la Colombie-Britannique as a whole is that of a well-integrated community. Indeed, regardless of where they come from, Francophones feel at home in British Columbia and contribute to the province’s vitality, as do the other inhabitants of this magnificent region. They form an integral part of this entity called British Columbia, and they fit in perfectly. It is in this spirit that the Francophone community declares “French, a part of us – La Colombie-Britannique, j’en fais partie.”

In 2014 the Government of British Columbia’s Francophone Affairs Program French created a web-friendly map to connect the 70,000 Francophones and 300,000 Francophiles who live in British Columbia to the wide range of services available in B.C. View map here.

The Calendrier francophone de la Colombie-Britannique is a wonderful resource for discovering francophone events all over British Columbia in the areas of youth, culture, sports etc. Created in 2016 by a high school student for the francophone and francophile community, the CFCB is now managed by two students and maintains a very active presence on its website and social media.


«Bienvenue en Colombie-Britannique !» Discover bilingual historic sites, culinary and cultural Circle Tours, and French-speaking ambassadors ready to greet you all over British Columbia by visiting Tourisme C-B’s website.

British Columbia’s official tourism website offers information in French:

Yukon’s official tourism website is also available in French:

The Federation des Francophones de la C-B (FFCB) is the umbrella organization for the Francophone communities in British Columbia, which includes approximately 40 Francophone member associations. The FFCB also produces an annual directory of Francophone services which can be accessed online here. The FFCB also maintains an English language Facebook page:

Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) The Yukon’s Francophone community is known for its dynamism and vitality. It is an integral part of the community as a whole and is growing significantly. Visit AFY’s website for upcoming events and to learn more about Francophone history in Yukon.

Chambre de commerce franco-colombienne (CCFC) promotes and encourages the economic development of the Francophone and Francophile community of British Columbia.

Le Programme d’immigration francophone de la Colombie-Britannique (BC Francophone Immigration Program) offers settlement, integration and employment services and support to new and prospective francophone immigrants to British Columbia.

Société de Developpement Economique de la C-B (SDE) represents and supports the interests of the Francophone community’s economic sector in British Columbia.

Conseil culturel et artistique francophone de la Colombie-Britannique (CCAFCB / Francophone Artistic & Cultural Council BC) promote Francophone art and culture throughout British Columbia.

Conseil Scolaire Francophone de la C-B (CSF / French Education Authority of British Columbia) offers Francophone education and services in 39 schools – 21 of which are stand-alone – around the province.

Commission scolaire francophone du Yukon is the Francophone School Board of Yukon.

Federation des parents francophones de C-B
an organization of Francophone parents committed to providing French language, education and cultural activities for their children.

France in Canada: Consulate General of France in Vancouver communicates local news of interest to Francophiles at large and to French people living – or considering settling – in the West in particular, through the Consulate’s website and newsletter.

The Alliance Française de Vancouver’s mission is to foster the appreciation of French culture through cultural events and to offer French language courses for all levels.

La maison de la Francophonie is Vancouver’s Francophone community centre.

Le Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver (Vancouver Francophone Cultural Centre) organizes shows in French and exhibitions of the work of Francophone and Francophile artists to cultivate an appreciation for the arts among Vancouverites.

Société Francophone de Victoria promotes, represents and defends the French language and culture in Victoria and its suburbs, bringing together the community and supporting institutions responsive to the needs and interests of the Francophones.

Société Maillardville operates in a community and cultural centre and offer services and activities in French to the francophones and francophiles in the Maillardville / Coquitlam regions.

These are also listed on FFCB’s Member page.

Association des francophones de Nanaimo
Address: 30-1925 Bowen Rd, Nanaimo, V9S 1H1
Phone: 250-729-2776
Fax: 250-729-2777
Email: [email protected]

Association des francophones des Kootenays Ouest
Address: 723 Ward St, C.P. 210, Nelson, V1L 5P9
Phone: 250-352-3516
Fax: 250-352-3586
Email: [email protected]

Association des francophones et francophiles du Nord-Ouest
Address: 307-450 City Centre, Kitimat, V8C 2G8
Phone: 250-632-6542
Fax: 250-632-6532
Email: [email protected]

Association francophone de Campbell River
Address: 891 13th Ave, Campbell River, V9W 4G9
Phone: 250-287-2951
Fax: 250-287-2959
Email: [email protected]

Association francophone de Kamloops
Address: 348 Fortune Drive, Kamloops, V2B 2J1
Phone: 250-376-6060

Association francophone de la Vallée de Comox
Address: 2435 Mansfield Drive, Unit B, Courtenay, V9N 2M2
Phone: 250-334-8884
Fax: 250-334-8203
Email: [email protected]

Association francophone de Surrey
Address: 6887 132th St, Surrey, V3W 4L9
Phone: 604-597-1590
Fax: 604-599-6628

Centre culturel français de l’Okanagan
Address: 702 Bernard Ave, Kelowna, V1Y 6P5
Phone: 250-860-4074
Fax: 250-861-4013

Cercle des Canadiens-Français de Prince George
Address: 1752 Fir St, Prince George, V2L 1E7
Phone: 250-561-2565
Fax: 250-561-7319

Club Bon Accueil de Powell River
Address: 5110 Manson Ave, Powell River, V8A 3P1
Phone: 604-483-3966
Fax: 604-483-3966
E-mail: [email protected]

Société francophone de Maillardville
Address: 942B Brunette Ave, Coquitlam, V3K 1C9
Phone: 604-515-7070
Fax: 604-515-8080

Société francophone de Victoria
200-535 Yates St, Victoria, V8W 2K6
Phone: 250-388-7350
Fax: 250-388-6280

Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY)
302 Strickland Street
Whitehorse (Yukon) Y1A 2K1
Phone : (867) 668-2663
Fax : (867) 668-3511
[email protected]

Visions Ouest Productions (VOP)
406-1111 Beach Ave, Vancouver, V6E 1T9
Phone: 604-876-2294
Email: [email protected]

La Source Newspaper is a Vancouver based French-English newspaper.

L’Aurore boréale is the Yukon’s very own French-language publication.

La Liberté is the only newspaper from Manitoba published completely in French.

Le Gaboteur is the only source of French-language news published in Newfoundland and Labrador, including coverage of the province’s francophone community organizations.

L’actualité is a French language news and general interest magazine published in Quebec.

Le Devoir is a French language Montreal newspaper.

La Presse is a French-language weekly newspaper from Montreal.

Le Droit is a French language news magazine from Ottawa.

Le Soleil is Québec City newspaper.

Canoe has a news feed of news services from Montréal, including the Journal de Montréal.

Bayard Jeunesse Canada publishes a series of excellent magazines which are geared for a French international audience with a focus on the French Canadian culture.

Espaces provides online access to Outdoor travel magazines from Québec.

Safarir is a French language humor magazine from Québec.

1 jour 1 actu is an engaging and comprehensive current events website from France for kids and teachers

Les Débrouillards is a French language science magazine for kids.

Les Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace is a French language daily from Strasbourg, France.

Les Echos is a French language daily from Paris, France.

Le Figaro is the 2nd largest French language daily newspaper in France. is a website that features news articles from Francophone newspapers throughout Canada.

Impact Campus is a French language student magazine from the University of Laval.

Journal du Jura a French language newspaper from Switzerland.

Libération is a French language daily from France. Also publishes Le P’tit Libé to help children understand current events around the world.

Magazine Elle is the online French Language version of this popular women’s magazine published in France.

Le Monde is one of France’s most well-known national papers.

La is the online version of a daily newspaper from Tunisia.

Photo is a monthly French language photo magazine published France.

La Recherche is France’s most well-known monthly science magazine.

La Voix du Nord is regional daily from France.

ZigZag is a online magazine from Europe that publishes articles in French on their website that can be used as effective language learning tools.

Theatre la seizième is British Columbia’s Francophone theatre company.

Radio Canada is the CBC’s French language television and radio broadcaster.

ICI Musique is the French-language music radio service of Radio-Canada.

Radio of Victoria CILS FM is a Victoria Community Radio

UnisTV is a specialty channel that broadcasts general entertainment programming, with a particular focus on highlighting francophones outside of Quebec.

TVA is a French language television network based in Quebec.

broadcasts a variety of French-language programming from Canada and around the world, including drama, sports, documentaries and information programming among a variety of other genres.

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