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    The cultural service in Toronto is in charge of the
    development of exchanges between France and Ontario
    and Manitoba in the artistic, education and cultural

TORONTO - Phoenix to headline the 2017 Field Trip Festival

Fort York National Historic Site

After three years of radio silence, French band from Versailles Phoenix is about to come back with a brand new album, Ti Amo. They have chosen Toronto for their only Canadian show and will headline Field Trip festival on June 4 at the Fort York National Historic Site.


TORONTO - 2Fik Exhibition at the Koffler Gallery

From April 6th to June 4th, 2017
Koffler Centre of the Arts
Come to discover 2Fik’s work at the Koffler Gallery, from April 6th to June 4th, 2017. Assuming the multiple roles of artistic director, photographer, and performer, the franco-quebecois artist stages elaborate tableaux that often re-enact familiar compositions derived from famous paintings.

Panel Discussion : "Muslim Integration in France and Canada Compared"

June 8, 2017 | 4 PM
Munk School of Global Affairs

A panel discussion will gather French and Canadian experts to discuss recent survey research assessing the integration of Muslim minorities in France, Québec and Canada. This discussion aims at looking beyond media controversies and at broadening the current public debate on migration and integration, by bringing academic analyses from different national perspectives.


TORONTO - Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains at the Alliance française

Thursday, June 15, 2017, at 8:00 pm
Alliance française de Toronto;

On the occasion of "Solide Mirage" release , Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains is stopping by the Alliance française of Toronto on June 15, 2017 for a unique performance.


Guy Delisle: an Exhibition, in Moncton, Québec and Toronto

In partnership with French publisher Delcourt and the Institut français, the cultural service of the French Embassy in Canada presents an exhibition about the Québécois author and illustrator Guy Delisle, in three Canadian cities throughout April and May: Moncton, Québec and Toronto.

TORONTO - 150th Years of Stories: A European Book Club

May 25, 2017 | 7 PM
Full of Beans Coffee
The Toronto European Book Club is coming back in 2017 this February to put the spotlight on Europe’s literary legacy and its contemporary aftermath in today’s publishing, on the occasion of Canada's 150th Anniversary.

Poet Abdellatif Laâbi in Toronto for the Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlist Readings

June 7, 2017 | 7.30 PM
Koerner Hall
Moroccan poet Abdellatif Laâbi is shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize – the world’s largest prize for a first edition single collection of poetry written in English, which may include works in translation. The seven finalists will be invited to read in Toronto at Koerner Hall at The Royal Conservatory, on Wednesday, June 7, at 7.30pm.

Call for applications - Enterprising Culture 2017

Organized by the CFC Media Lab and the Cultural Service of the Embassy of France in Canada, in partnership with la Gaîté lyrique, the Enterprising Culturel forum Enterprising is coming back next October for its second edition. The call for applications is now open to French and Ontarian start-ups until June 2, 2017.

Comic Book Artist Sandrine Revel Nominated for an Eisner Award

Comic-Con International announced the nominations for the 2017 Eisner Awards - the Oscars of the comic world - and the comic book French artist Sandrine Revel is shortlisted for the category Best Reality-Based Work, for her graphic novel about Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo.

Poet Abdellatif Laâbi Shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize!

Moroccan poet Abdellatif Laâbi is shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize – the world’s largest prize for a first edition single collection of poetry written in English, which may include works in translation. He will be invited to read in Toronto, with the six other finalists, on June 7.

Appel à candidature - TIFF Talent Lab 2017

Held annually during the Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF Talent Lab is an artistic development program intended for aspiring Canadian and international filmmakers. With guidance from some of the best-known and most esteemed experts in independent cinema from around the world, TIFF Talent Lab is designed to launch the careers of the next generation of filmmakers. Applications for Talent Lab are opened until May 5th, 2017.