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Launch of the call for workshops for the 2018 ACELF congress

The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) announces the start of the call for workshops for its 2018 conference to be held in Moncton.

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QUEBEC, December 14, 2017 - The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) announces the start of thecall for workshops for its 2018 congress with the theme " Let's join forces - For our language, our culture, our diversity ". This 71e Pan-Canadian convention will be held September 27-29, 2018, in Moncton, New Brunswick. ACELF invites stakeholders from across Canada to submit their proposals by Jan. 31, 2018.

The theme of the congress will particularly highlight the culture of collaboration and the Skill developpement. The thematic committee is looking for workshops that will highlight reflections, successful practices or collaborative tools. Workshops should address the acquisition or development of specific skills on one of the following three issues:

  •  The positive relationship with the French language to counter linguistic insecurity,
  • Francophone culture in the digital world,
  • Cultural diversity.

Consult call for workshops for all the details.

For any questions, contact Mme Caroline Boudreau,
responsible for the theme, by phone at 418 681-4661 or by email to boudreau@acelf.ca.


The ACELF congress is the largest gathering of francophone education in Canada. It takes place each year in a different region and brings together French-language education workers from across the country. ACELF conferences are a unique opportunity for professional development and networking around current issues related to French-language education.

ACELF thanks the partners for its 71e congress: the Department of Canadian Heritage, the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, the Quebec Secretariat for Canadian Relations, the Francophone South School District, the Fédération des jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick, the Francophone School District North-East, the Francophone School District of the North-West, the University of Moncton, the Association of Francophone Teachers of New Brunswick and the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française.

Through the reflection and action of its pan-Canadian network, the Canadian Association for French Language Education exercises its leadership in education to strengthen the vitality of Francophone communities.

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