The story is in the envelope: a new Franco-inspired podcast

Press Release - The Association canadienne d'éducation de langue française (ACELF) is launching a new podcast series, L'histoire est dans l'enveloppe, to introduce Franco-inspired personalities from across Canada. The first episode, on the theme of humour, is now available.

A serious game to discover the Canadian Francophonie

The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) will be working in the coming weeks on a serious game concept aimed at introducing young people to the Canadian Francophonie.

The major challenges of the 2021 federal elections 

On September 20, Canadian voters will be called to the polls to choose the 338 members of the House of Commons and to appoint the next government. What are the main challenges of these elections? What means have the major parties put in place to attract voters? Let's try to navigate this election campaign.

The Keys to Education in the Context of a Pandemic, Across Canada: Sharing, Collaboration and Caring

Actors in French-speaking schools in Canada explain how their work experience has changed since the start of the pandemic.

Prime Minister of Canada announces support for a safe return to school

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces an investment of up to $ 2 billion through the Safe Back to School Fund. It will help provinces and territories, for example, to support adaptation of learning environments, improved ventilation, increased measures for handwashing and hygiene, as well as the purchase of 'personal protective equipment and cleaning products.

The origins of the Canadian Maple Leaf

National Flag of Canada Day is coming very soon. Let's take a closer look at the origins and meaning of this Canadian symbol since 1965.

Better understand democracy and give a taste for politics

CPAC Route 338 is a website and giant maps resource that aims to motivate Canadian students to participate in the political process.

The Battle of Vimy marks 100 years in 2017

From April 9 to 12, 2017, Canadians celebrated the centenary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, France. It was the first time that Canadian units fought alongside each other. For many, this battle was decisive in obtaining international recognition from Canada.

Wood Buffalo Park in Danger

In a recent report the UN maintains that Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta is threatened by several elements. Let's take a closer look at the current situation regarding this park.

2017 a festive year

The year 2017 promises to be festive in Quebec as several birthdays will be celebrated this year. In particular, the city of Montreal is celebrating its 375th anniversary of founding just like Canada as a whole which celebrates 150 years of Confederation, that is to say the creation of the country. Let's take a closer look at the activities on the program and take the opportunity to dive back into Canadian and Montreal history.