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French Home Learning

Join the WIGUP CLUB: a French after school club!
J'ai le français à coeur!

CALLING FSL LEARNERS ages 9 to 14 years

Join the new CPF Pilot Project: After School WIGUP French Club

Interested students commit to participation for a minimum of 3-month period.
CPF will sponsor all registered students monthly club fees until March 31, 2021.
WHAT IS IT? It's an after-school online club where youth can access more than 2000 videos in French from around the world to ignite their passions, engage with French speakers and work on their own "CreaCtivities". Everything happens on the WIGUP secure online platform.
Student productions range from photo projects to video interviews that are shared on WIGUP.tv

Register here:
https://form.jotform.com/CPFNati.../wig-up-registration-form

We have also added it to the website:
You can visit that page here: https://cpf.ca/en/wig-up-club


Linguistic Security sessions during CPF conference

https://onfr.tfo.org/insecurite-linguistique-pas-facile-dapprendre-le-francais-pour-les-anglophones/


CPF-MB  2020 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

This year, the CPF-MB AGM will take place VIA WEBINAR ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 06, 2020, AT 7:00 PM.
Below is the AGENDA and the link for the REGISTRATION.
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5424852240307714574
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 24, 2020.

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CPF-MB VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FORM

Volunteers like you are the heart and soul of CPF! Our gratitude goes beyond a simple "Thank You". Assistance with CPF-run events, behind-the-scenes work for programs and advocacy, and even committee or board membership are all volunteer positions with CPF.
All CPF Volunteers are required to register for liability purposes.
https://cpf.ca/en/chapters-volunteers/volunteers/

Access the mobile registration form by clicking:
https://www.jotform.com/CPFNational/cpf-volunteer-mobile-registration-f

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Canadian Parents For French
2020 National Annual General Meeting
(AGM)

OCTOBER 13TH-18TH, 2020

RAISE YOUR FLAG FOR FRENCH!
As CPF members and supporters, you are all encouraged to participate in the CPF NETWORK VIRTUAL CONFERENCE, RAISE YOUR FLAG FOR FRENCH!

The CPF conference program will extend over a 6-day period, from October 13-18, offering both pre-recorded and live sessions within different time zones.

FULL PROGRAM ACCESS FOR $49.95! IF TRAVEL OR COST HAS STOPPED YOU FROM ATTENDING A CPF CONFERENCE IN THE PAST, NOW IS THE PERFECT TIME TO FIND OUT WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT!

Our program offers inspiring FSL champion stories, information on FSL youth programs, and CPF Chapter advocacy activities.

A KEYNOTE SNEAK PEEK: Clara Hughes, multiple Olympic medalist in both cycling and speed skating will be sharing her story on the value of sport and play, her mental health advocacy work and how learning French helped play a role in her success.

For over 40 years our organization has invested in important parent and youth initiatives to further bilingualism in Canada.

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BUREAU DE L'ÉDUCATION FRANÇAISE (BEF)
INFORMATION/RESOURCES

Check out these websites for various documents, video clips and resources available for teachers and students:
Home page French (English Program)
https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/m12/progetu/fdb/index.html

French: Communication and Culture (curriculum guide) https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/french/comm_culture.html

Early Start French (curriculum guide)
https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/french/early_start.html

The DREF (suggested resources)
https://dref.mb.ca/french-english-program

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Registration is now open for all Fall 2020 courses offered by _Université de Saint-Boniface's_ Continuing Education Division.
https://ustboniface.ca/educationplus/francais-oral

To avoid service interruptions during these uncertain times, the Continuing Education Division has moved its course offerings to remote learning platforms. Since our physical campus is closed to the public until further notice, OUR INTENTION IS TO OFFER THE ENTIRE FALL SESSION USING THE DISTANCE EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY TOOL ZOOM.

To fully benefit from this course, we highly recommend that you connect using a good computer or tablet and ensure that you have access to best Internet connection that is possible. USING A CELL PHONE IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

As for your course material, our staff will offer a pick-up service (details to be provided at a later date).

We look forward to seeing you virtually in the coming weeks. In the meantime, please receive our best wishes to stay healthy.

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ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE FALL SESSION

Fall Session 2020: September 8 - November 16 100% online

Our full course schedule for adults and kids for the 100% ONLINE FALL SESSION is now available and registration is open! Adapted to your needs and your wishes, you'll be likely to find a course that suits you. Seats are limited. For more information
https://www.afmanitoba.ca/media/website_posts/686/Fall2020_v2.pdf


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CENTRE CULTUREL FRANCO-MANITOBAIN (CCFM)
ÉCOLE DE DANSE

The Dance School at the CCFM offers dance lessons in French for all ages!
We offer beginner, intermediate and advanced classes in jazz, hip-hop, ballet, jig and folk dance.

For more information
http://ccfm.mb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/e%CC%81cole-de-danse-ccfm-20-21.pdf

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GALAMAISON 2020 GALAHOME

SAT, 19 SEPTEMBER, 2020 AT  7:30 PM

Join the Theâtre Cercle de Moliere's livestream on September 19th, 2020, at 7:30 PM for the Galathome!
Share a lobster dinner and play bingo with Johanne.
For more information
https://cerclemoliere.secure.force.com/ticket#/instances/a0F3b000016s5lyEAA

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COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY TIPS

  • Maintain a sense of routine, or structure to the day for you and your family.
  • Try to maintain social supports with family and friends, while practicing physical distancing (keeping six feet or just under two meters away from others).
  • Take advantage of free programs like Skype, Zoom, Facebook, etc. to maintain social contacts.
  • Look after your physical health. Maintain some form of physical activity, ensure you are eating a healthy balanced diet, and keep previously-established sleep habits and routines.
  • Read information only from credible sources, such as Health Canada.
  • If you are finding the bombardment of the news stressful, or if it is increasing your anxiety, minimize how much contact you are having with this type of information.
  • Identify things that are within your control and direct your energy towards those.


FROM EVERYONE AT CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCH :
TAKE CARE AND STAY SAFE | PRENEZ SOIN DE VOUS ET RESTER EN SÉCURITÉ

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