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Concours d’art oratoire

Concours d’art oratoire is an annual public speaking event for students from grades one to 12 who are studying French as a second-language in Saskatchewan and across the country. The objective of this event is to further stimulate the interest of English speaking students in the learning of French. Researching, preparing, writing, memorizing and delivering speeches are activities that contribute to the development of language skills.

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2012, 2017

New Commissioner of Official Languages Announced

Canadian Parents for French welcomes appointment of Raymond Théberge as Canada’s 7th Commissioner of Official Languages

1509, 2017

Back to School Resources

With the beginning of the new school year, here is a list of resources for parents and students of all ages.

3108, 2017

Fête du soleil 2017 Wrap-Up

Fête du soleil 2017 was another tremendous success! The Monitors had a wonderful time travelling around Saskatchewan and meeting many of our wonderful chapter volunteers. This year, camps were held in Saskatoon, Kenosee Lake, Regina, Swift Current, and Prince Albert. A total of 195 children participating in seven camps! This [...]

906, 2017

Canadian Parents for French National announces the winners of the 2017 Concours d’arts oratoire finals!

Winners announced for 2017 National Concours d'art oratoire final.


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