The Association communautaire francophone de Saint-Jean (ACFSJ) is a non-profit organization offering a wide variety of activities and services to suit all tastes and budgets. Most of our activities take place at the francophone community center.

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The Association francophone du Labrador (AFL) supports the development and action of Labrador's francophone community. AFL offers a variety of activities and cultural events for francophones and francophiles in Labrador.

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L'association régionale de la côte ouest (ARCO), in collaboration with its members, is committed to fostering the growth and overall development of a dynamic, visible and unified francophone community on the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Some resources:

  • The Centre scolaire et communautaire Sainte-Anne is located in the community of La Grand'Terre on the Port-au-Port peninsula.

    The centre offers French-language activities for youth, adults and seniors, such as after-school activities, a French-language summer camp, preschool services, healthy eating workshops, social activities, sports and craft workshops.

    The gymnasium, cafeteria and kitchen are rented out to groups and members of the community at reasonable rates. During the summer, come and visit our small museum, Cercle des mémoires, and chat with our summer staff in French.

    The community centre also has an unsupervised fitness centre open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Drop by the centre to make photocopies, send a fax or scan an e-mail.


    Centre scolaire et communautaire Sainte-Anne

    231 rue Oceanview, La Grand'Terre, T-N-L, A0N 1R0


  • Its members: Cap Saint-GeorgesL'Anse=à-CanardsLa Grand'Terre , Stephenville - Kippens

The Fédération des Francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador (FFTNL) acts as the provincial spokesperson to promote the French-speaking community of Newfoundland and Labrador and to facilitate its development.

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For over 20 years, HORIZON TNL (formerly RDÉE TNL) has been committed to the economic advancement of the province's francophones, using French as a lever for economic development.

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Franco-Jeunes de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador's mission is to offer stimulating and enriching experiences to the province's French-speaking youth.

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Le Coin Franco, in Corner Brook, offers activities in French for all tastes and ages, as well as services for French-speaking people, whether they speak French as a first language or wish to improve their language skills.

The Fédération supports entitled parents, francophone parent associations, parents and parent-member committees who respond to rights and freedoms in their efforts to create a francophone environment conducive to the educational, linguistic, cultural and community development of their children.

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Le Gaboteur is Newfoundland and Labrador's only French-language newspaper. This independent newspaper is published by the non-profit organization Le Gaboteur Inc.

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The Conseil scolaire francophone provincial de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador (CSFP) is responsible for teaching French as a first language in the province's Department of Education programs, from kindergarten to Grade 12.



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