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Les Concerts La Nuit sur l'étang

Since 1973, Les Concerts La Nuit sur l’étang ( CNSL ) has become a significant body of Franco-Ontarian culture. CNSL has positioned itself with its Franco-Ontarian market annually with performances of the highest caliber. It offers …

Salon du livre de Toronto

The Toronto French Book Fair, the “Salon du Livre de Toronto,” was incorporated in 1993 to organize a four day annual event each December at the Toronto Reference Library. Its mandate is to act as …

Gala des prix Trille Or

Gala Trille Awards Gala highlights the artistic excellence of Francophone artists in song and music in Ontario and Western Canada. The Gala is a coproduction of the Association des Prefessionnels da la Chanson et de la …

Le Festival du Loup de Lafontaine

Guests attending Festival du Loup will be transported back in time to the seventeenth century. Events include French stories and music, local food, artisans, howling contest and lots of fun for the whole family to …

Carnaval de Québec

Every winter in Quebec City the city is transformed into a beautiful winter wonderland. During this time, the city celebrates this seasonal transformation with a 17 day-long carnival, known as Carnaval de Quebec. Each year there are …

Franco ‐ Ontarian Festival

Franco‐Ontarian Festival is held annually in Ottawa during the month of June and is considered to be the biggest Francophones and Francophiles celebration in Canada. For over 40 years Ontario’s French population has celebrated with musical presentations …

CPF National concours d’art oratoire

The CPF National Concours d’art oratoire is a nationwide public-speaking competition held each spring for youth who are studying French in English schools. This long-standing event celebrates official language bilingualism in Canada and honours the many hours of hard work students put …

Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival des bûcherons

Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival des bûcherons is an annual weekend event in July that promises to deliver amazing entertainment and activities that will engage the whole family. In and around Riverside Park, the activities take place all weekend …

Kayak Kids' Illustrated History Challenge

Start writing your exciting Canadian History tale and you could be on your way to Ottawa for the Governor General’s History Awards. The award is open to Canadian kids between the ages of 7 and …

Young Citizens

The Young Citizens program focuses on citizenship and is a complementary component to Heritage Fairs, an annual event where students present the results of their research on Canadian heroes, legends and key events in Canadian …

Metropolis bleu

The Blue Metropolis Foundation consists of three main parts: the Festival (adult as well as Children’s), Educational Programs, and the International Literary Series. The Foundation’s goal is to be an important cultural and social institution …

Government of Canada History Awards

The Government of Canada History Awards were officially announced in June 2013. Their goal is connect youth to their history by honouring outstanding students and teachers who show an interest in celebrating Canadian history. The …