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L’Université Sainte-Anne is the only French-language post-secondary institution in Nova-Scotia. They offer both university and college programs, as well as French-immersion and tailor-made, French as a second language training.

For more information, please consult the 2020-2021 University Student Guide and the French-immersion program.

If you have any questions, please communicate with l’Université Sainte-Anne by filling in the contact form found here.

L’Université de Moncton, a French-language university, has three university campuses located in the three main francophone regions of New Brunswick: Moncton, Shippagan and Edmundston. It offers a variety of university programs as well as French as a second language immersion programs.

For more information on the Université de Moncton’s application process, please visit: https://www.umoncton.ca/admissions

If you have any questions, please contact Amélie Montour of Université Sainte-Anne by email amelie.montour@umoncton.ca or by phone at 506-863-2210.

The Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) is a group of post-secondary institutions offering programs in French in various health disciplines. The Université de Moncton is one of the sixteen partners that make up the CNFS.

To learn more about the programs offered by the Consortium national de formation en santé, please visit https://www.cnfs.ca/.

The Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC) brings together 22 Canadian Francophonie colleges and universities. Their vision: to increase access to post-secondary education in French in order to establish a true continuum of French-language education, from early childhood to post-secondary education.

For more information, please consult the Postsecondary Studies in French as a Second Language Program at: https://acufc.ca/fslbursaries/

The Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada is an agent of Parliament whose mandate is to promote Canadian linguistic duality and oversee the full implementation of the Official Languages Act.

To learn more about learning Canada’s official languages and to get tools and resources, please visit the following page: https://www.clo-ocol.gc.ca/en/resources/teachers-parents-youth

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Canadian Parents for French is a national volunteer organization of adults who recognize the value of learning French as a second language and actively promote opportunities for young Canadians to learn and use French.

For more information on CPF New Brunswick programs, please visit the following page: https://ns.cpf.ca/

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) facilitates the flow of legitimate travelers and trade. The Agency also enforces more than 90 acts and regulations that keep our country and Canadians safe.

For more information on CBSA programs and initiatives, please visit the following page: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/media/video-eng.html

To learn more about job opportunities at the CBSA, please visit the page: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/job-emploi/menu-eng.html

The Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) is a first-rate francophone post-secondary learning institution. It brings together five campuses located in Bathurst, Campbellton, Dieppe, Edmundston and the Acadian Peninsula. Each campus provides high quality educational services and training, and values the importance of a skilled, well-trained workforce that responds to changing job demands.

To learn more about the programs offered by the New Brunswick Community College, please visit https://ccnb.ca/english.aspx

FéCANE works to develop and promote Acadian and francophone arts and culture in Nova Scotia. Projects for youth include ArtsSmarts, Jamais trop tôt and La Relève.

For more information, visit our website http://www.fecane.ca or follow the project “La Relève” on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/la_releve_ne

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline. Air Canada has been subject to the Official Languages Act since its adoption in 1969, which gives it a clear advantage over Canadian and North American competitors. All employees are in contact with the public offer services in both of Canada’s official languages. We are present at the Forum to promote bilingualism and career opportunities at Air Canada among young Francophones and Francophiles.