Collective stories contest: time for the outcome

The ACELF invites French-speaking classes to take their last chance to participate in the Collective Histories contest by writing the outcome of one of the 20 stories awaiting a conclusion. […]

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ACELF invites French-speaking classes to take their last chance to participate in the competition Collective stories by writing the denouement of one of the 20 stories awaiting a conclusion.


Up to 1er March

Classes have until 1er March to submit a conclusion along with a title of their choice for the story they have completed. How? 'Or' What? Via the Internet, at the following address:


Reading as a gift… and a visit!

The groups that will participate in this 3e and final stage of the competition are eligible for a draw of a set of books worth 250 $. In addition, at the end of the contest, all the groups that participated in one or the other of the stages will be eligible for the drawing of the two grand prizes, namely the visit of one of our featured authors in two schools. The grand prize winners will be announced on International Francophonie Day, March 20.


NEW: bookmarks for everyone

All groups that have entered the contest, at one or more of the stages, will receive a bookmark for each student with a quote from one of our featured authors. A sample of the bookmarks can be viewed on the ACELF website:


Cornwall, Ontario class wins stage 2

It is the group of Mr. Pierre Beaulieu, teacher at the Rose-des-Vents elementary school in Cornwall, Ontario, which is the lucky winner of the set of books awarded by lot among the participants of the second drafting stage, which ended on January 18.

The competition Collective stories is a great interactive adventure that offers Francophone students from across the country the opportunity to pursue stories started by four authors from different regions of Canada: Chrystine Brouillet, Jean Fahmy, Martine Noël-Maw and Mélanie Daigle. To find out all about the competition and participate:

The ACELF would like to thank its partners within the framework of this competition: the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie, Radio-Canada, the Secrétariat aux affaires intergouvernementales canadienne du Québec, the Fondation Dialogue, the Canadian Federation for French Literacy, the Regroupement des éditeurs Canadian-français, Éditions de la courtechelle and all the ministries of education in the provinces and territories.

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