This resource provides a statistical profile of the Francophone community in Alberta. The profile includes information relating to history, geography, economics, demographics, linguistic vitality, diversity, and Franco-Albertan community organizations.
Various resources, including presentations made at summer institutes for teachers, to support the infusion of Francophone perspectives in social studies.
Discover the 15 panels on the history of the francophones in Alberta, in English, in French, or both. You can book these panels in your school including teacher’s kits in order to deepen your appreciation of the reality of francophones in Alberta.
Educational traditional French-Canadian programming for students through interactive workshops, performances and maple sugar shacks.
The website Voyages en francophonie Canadienne allows students to integrate historical cultural references to their personal identity-building routes. The objective is to raise awareness of what francophones have in common across all 13 provinces and territories of Canada. The tool is composed of a map of francophone schools in Canada, a timeline, a history book and learning activities.
This resource consists of an illustrated map that provides information on the historical contribution of the Francophone community towards the development of the Province of Alberta. The map, which was created by L’Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta, lists a selection of Alberta towns, cities, lakes, and regions and describes the connection that these places have to Alberta’s Francophone community.
By presenting photos from various archives of the province – mostly unpublished – Nathalie Kermoal wanted to pay tribute to those who have marked the history of this province. Through this book, the author wishes to contribute to the necessary and continual restoration of the Franco-Albertan memory. Over 225 annotated photographs , reflecting the Franco-Albertan history. Available in French and English.