||Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
||The mission of the AJEFA is to facilitate public access to judicial services in French and promote the use of the French language in the administration of justice in Alberta. Funds will cover a portion of the production and touring costs for the drama production of L’intimidation, ça me concerne. This play addresses the subject of bullying, its effects and causes as well as the law concerning penal justice relating to adolescents. The play will be presented to Albertan francophone students from grades five through 10.
||Société Francophone de Maillardville, Coquitlam, British Columbia
||The Société Francophone de Maillardville promotes the French language and culture via cultural, social and educational events in the Maillardville and Coquitlam region. Funds will be used to present the 24th edition of the Festival du Bois – a francophone music, dance, art and culture festival.
||Fédération des parents du Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba
||The Fédération des parents du Manitoba was created by and for parents to allow francophone children to fully live their cultural identity. Funds will serve to produce and distribute French information and activity kits for families of exogamous parents (one francophone parent and one non-francophone parent). These kits will be distributed to parents with children registered in francophone preschools, learning centres and early childhood centres in Manitoba.
||Fédération des Francophones de Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
||The Fédération des Francophones de Saskatoon represents Saskatoon francophones in the promotion and development of their interests. Funds will contribute to the renovations of “le Relais”, a place of meeting and exchange for francophones in and around Saskatoon.
||Société historique et culturelle St-Bernardin, Ontario
||The Société historique et culturelle St-Bernardin is an organization whose mission consists of promoting the cultural life of the community via artistic and cultural activities, archiving of historical documents, spreading local history as well as preserving and honouring the community’s natural and built heritage. Funds will allow the SCHSB to purchase and install permanent display cases to exhibit the community’s photos and historical documents.
||Éco-Huronie, Tiny, Ontario
||Éco-Huronie, the only francophone ecological centre in central Ontario, works for sustainable development in its community. The organization promotes conservation of the area’s rural heritage, research on biodiversity, and rural development through education in sound environmental practices and nutrition. Funds will be used to establish the Lafontaine ecological camp for French-speaking youth.
||Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence, Métis-sur-Mer, Québec
||The mission of Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence is to develop and enhance the vitality of the English-speaking communities of the Lower Saint Lawrence region. The organization’s leadership role is not only for the basic health care needs of the population, but also to nurture cultural identity and define the minority community. Funds will be used to cover English-language seniors, youth and family programs hosted inside the Metis Centre.
||School District 17, Oromocto, New Brunswick
||Located in the heart of New Brunswick, School District 17 encompasses schools in the town of Oromocto (including Oromocto First Nation and Canadian Forces Base Gagetown) and the communities of Burton, Coles Island, Geary and Lower Lincoln, villages of Cambridge-Narrows, Chipman, Fredericton Junction, Gagetown and Minto. Funds will be used to purchase resources and support a French culture evening to enhance the current Intensive French program at Cambridge-Narrows Community School, Gagetown School and Coles Island School.
||École Mgr-Martin, Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick
||École Mgr-Martin is located in a small francophone town in Northwestern New Brunswick. It offers students from grades one to six a variety of educational approaches and development activities. Funds will be used to create a video of École Mgr-Martin’s theme song, in collaboration with students and a professional artist.