CPF Laurier Project & Contest


Be Bilingual – Help make Canada a “OUI” bit better!

Learn more about The Laurier Project in the Fall issue of CPF Magazine!

The Laurier Project is an opportunity for students to explore key themes relating to the 175th birthday of Canada’s first official French-Canadian Prime Minister, Sir Wilfrid Laurier.

Titled The Father of Modern Canada, Laurier is known for bringing together French and English where others had failed, developing Western Canada through immigration, and believing firmly in Canada’s destiny as a great nation.

Through various activities, contests, and awareness campaigns, The Laurier Project remembers Canada’s roots and recognizes their importance in the conception of contemporary Canada, the great nation we know today. Continue reading “CPF Laurier Project & Contest”

Read the latest issue of CPF Magazine!

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Canadian Parents for French is pleased to present the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of CPF Magazine featuring articles on the benefits of bilingualism, the value of a CPF membership, how social media helped one chapter change the mind of a school district on FSL programs and much more.

About CPF Magazine
A joint publication from CPF’s provincial Branches and National office, this magazine was conceived as a way to illustrate CPF’s  commitment to an organization that captures the attention of all Canadians, and compels them take notice of French Second Language issues in their community.

Catch up on past issues of CPF Magazine here.