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Soyons Bilingues Sep 26
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Broadcast Media Africa | Intelliengence & Networks Sep 25
Egypt To Host First Francophone Film Festival In Cairo
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GGJuliePayette Sep 25
(1/2) Happy Franco-Ontarian Day! ? On September 25, 1975, the Franco-Ontarian flag was raised for the very first time in Sudbury.
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Russell Southwood Sep 25
TV5MONDE launches its francophone VoD platform with one eye on the African market – 3,000 hours of content to rise to 5,000 by 2021
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Bernard Hidier 10h
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Patrick Lacroix Sep 26
"Just as some Quebeckers look down on other francophonies in North America, Franco-Americans look up to la belle province—even if the of today is very different from the Quebec that their ancestors left." 💥 🇲🇶 🇨🇦 🇺🇸
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uOttawa Education Sep 23
The Franco-Ontarian flag was recognized in 2001 and has become the emblem of the Franco-Ontarian community. Find out more by reading the Franco-Ontarian Emblem Act.
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CAUT Sep 24
LU: Suspension of new admissions remains in effect for 17 programs via
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Glendon Campus YorkU Sep 25
On this 25th day of September, Ontario celebrates Franco-Ontarian Day
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AATF Sep 27
Introduce your students to the Francophone world through BDs/graphic novels.
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Infocom Sep 27
Express my full support 4 Armenia, La member, & my deep concern at resumption of clashes in NK,caused numerous victims,civilians & soldiers.I call 4 immediate cessation of hostilities &resumption of dialogue 2 achieve negotiated settlement of conflict,
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Glendon Campus YorkU Sep 25
. has been serving Ontario’s francophone community for 50+ years. Today we celebrate members of the community who, like our students, make a difference here and around the world
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uOttawa Education Sep 23
Why is the Franco-Ontarian flag green and white? The white lily refers to Francophonie around the world and the trillium is the floral symbol of Ontario. Green also represents summer and white represents winter.
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Thalie Knights Sep 25
Teaching an 8 year old boy about job titles and industries today. Me - “Secrétaire (secretary) what job is this?” Him - “Keeper of important secrets?” I love him 😭😂
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Patrick Lacroix Sep 22
Another great episode. Fascinating talk about French-Canadian customs from the St. Lawrence River valley, through Detroit and Illinois country, to Louisiana. Can't wait for the book.
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uOttawaMed Sep 25
Profile on Dr. Sylvain Boet : This anesthesiologist went beyond his boyhood dream of becoming a firefighter. 👉
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France in Singapore Sep 22
Today French Ambassador, Marc Abensour officially launched the group of "Francophonie" ambassadors. They discussed the priorities of Organisation Internationale de la (OIF) and initiatives to promote French language in Singapore. 🇫🇷
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Guy Bourgouin Sep 21
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Mme Nolan-Tam Sep 21
Friday is Franco-Ontarian day. Remember to wear your green and white!
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badparade Sep 22
Sending a huge thanks to for sharing 's brand new video "Self-Talk Session"! 😎 Check it out below!
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