|1||Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta régionale de Saint-Paul, Saint-Paul (Alberta )||$7,000||The funds will contribute to the renovations of the community hall that will house a French daycare in St-Paul. Funds will also be used to purchase French resources and materials for the children that will attend.|
|2||Le centre éducatif Les Petits Pois, Bellevue (Saskatchewan)||$4,000||Funds will be used to purchase French resources and materials for the new French daycare that will be located in the St. Isidore School in Bellevue.|
|3||Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise, Regina (Saskatchewan)||$7,000||L'Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise will be hosting their annual Harvest Festival that will be held in three Francophone communities in Saskatchewan.|
|4||Centre multiculturel francophone de Durham, Durham (Ontario)||$3,000||The Centre multicultural francophone de Durham will use the funds to create and maintain the organization's website that will promote French and ethno-cultural events and activities for the Durham community and surrounding communities.|
|5||Comité de la Gare de Bourget, Bourget (Ontario)||$10,000||The funds will be used to renovate the Bourget train station to convert it into a multi-cultural community centre that will be open to a wide array of cultural, artistic and educational events in French for the Bourget and area community.|
|6||Richmond Regional High School Richmond, Richmond (Québec)||$5,000||Extensive renovations of the Richmond Regional High School's community art room that will be a location for the community to use. English art classes and other courses will be offered to the community and surroundings.|
|7||Société culturelle de Saint-François inc. Saint-François (Nouveau-Brunswick)||$4,000||This gazebo will be built on a heritage location that will be a gathering location used for francophone theatrical plays, literary coffees, school activities for the Saint-Francois community and surrounding communities.|
|8||Commission de la bibliothèque publique de Saint-Antoine, Saint-Antoine (Nouveau-Brunswick)||$7,000||The public library commission of Saint-Antoine's newly renovated centre will use the funds to offer French literacy programs, art and culinary courses, as well as hosting Francophone community events and activities.|
|9||Association communautaire francophone de Saint-Jean, Saint-Jean (Terre-Neuve)||
|With an increased interest in Francophone cultural and artistic activities, the St-Jean community centre would like to use the funds to purchase sound equipment and lighting to improve the experience of the performers and the patrons.|
|1||Société Maison de la Francophonie de Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia||$6,000||New lighting in the Studio 16 theatre will improve the experience of the performers and the patrons.|
|2||Comité Culturel de
St-Isidore, St Isidore, Alberta
|$10,000||Extensive renovations and expansion to the francophone community centre will help the building meet the needs of those who use it.|
|3||Coopérative des publications fransaskoises, Regina, Saskatchewan||$8,000||Digitizing content, creating an online search tool and electronically archiving articles for l’Eau Vive, Saskatchewan’s French weekly newspaper, will make historical information more easily available.|
|4||Coopérative multiservices francophone de l’Ouest d’Ottawa Inc., Ottawa, Ontario||$5,000||Helping to purchase exterior signage for the new francophone multiservice centre will help its visual presence in the community.|
|5||École Secondaire publique le Sommet, Hawkesbury, Ontario||$5,000||New lighting and sound system for l’Agora theatre means the theatre will now be able to continue hosting Francophone events.|
|6||Gaspesian British Heritage Village, New Richmond, Québec||$10,000||The historic Gendron Building will be renovated so it can act as a year-round English cultural and community centre.|
|7||Société culturelle Kent-Sud, Bouctouche, New Brunswick||
|New kitchen renovations will allow the cultural centre to offer cooking classes and showcase local producers and products in French.|
|1||Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre Cooperative, Wakefield, Quebec||$10,000||The Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre Cooperative’s mission is to provide high-quality and sustainable cultural and recreational programs and events for all ages. Funds will support youth summer camps that offer the opportunity for youths to gather, learn and have fun in both official languages.
|2||Really Local Harvest, Dieppe, New Brunswick||$10,000||Really Local Harvest is dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture in southeastern New Brunswick. Funds will cover part of the production costs of the "Renaissance Agri-Culturelle" project, which showcases agricultural producers, visual artists and Francophone musicians from New Brunswick and promotes the diversity and vitality of the Acadian culture.
|3||Société franco-manitobaine, Winnipeg, Manitoba||$10,000||The Société franco-manitobaine (SFM) is the official representative of Manitoba’s Francophone community. La Liberté, the province’s only French-language weekly, reaches an important milestone this year, its 100th anniversary. To mark this anniversary, the SFM will prepare and display a permanent and touring exhibition on the history of Manitoba’s French community. Funds will help the SFM develop an educational guide to accompany the exhibition. The guide will be distributed to French immersion and Francophone school students from grades 9 to 12.
|4||Centre culturel ARTEM, Témiskaming Shores, Ontario||$9,500||The Centre culturel ARTEM aims to promote Ontario’s Francophone arts and culture in Témiskaming. Funds will be used to develop and translate an interactive tour promoting the area’s Francophone and agricultural history, entitled “Over 100 years of agriculture in Témiskaming”.
|5||La Cité des Rocheuses, Calgary, Alberta||$5,500||La Cité des Rocheuses, Calgary’s Francophone community centre, organizes and offers a wide array of cultural, artistic and educational events in French for the Calgary and area community and youth. Funds will go towards renovating the theatre.
|6||L’ACFA régionale de Plamondon – Lac-la-Biche, Plamondon, Alberta||$5,000||The Plamondon-Lac-la-Biche chapter of the Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta (ACFA) is committed to promoting the development of a Francophone environment that is accessible to everyone. Funds will be used to renovate the Philip-Ménard cultural centre for the continued support of French-language projects and events.