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JANUARY 16, 2015

Artists supported by France at the PuSh Festival

By francecanadaculture Vancouver

Both performances are presented by PuSh International Performing Arts Festival and The Dance Centre and supported by the Consulate General of France in Vancouver and Institut français.

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JANUARY 15, 2015

Villa Toronto

By francecanadaculture Toronto

A one-week celebration of contemporary art, with 20 of the most innovative international and local galleries, many collateral events held by major Toronto institutions, concerts, performances, and discussions. Join this exceptional event and experience a new platform for art in Toronto.

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JANUARY 13, 2015

Concours Dis-moi dix mots

By francecanadaculture French Language

Registration by January 31stFor the ninth edition of this annual contest, the challenge is to explore the hospitality of French language and its reception of foreign words.

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JANUARY 12, 2015

The 2015 FEMIS international competitive exam is now open

By francecanadaculture Canada

The international competitive exam is open to candidates from countries outside the European Economic Area, aged under 27 years old on january 1st 2015, from january 5th to january 30th 2015 at midnight.

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JANUARY 12, 2015

Waterloo's students at Paris' fashion week

By francecanadaculture Ottawa

A handful of University of Waterloo architecture students were thrilled to see their handiwork incorporated into 10 fanciful dresses featured on the runway at Paris Fashion Week at the end of September.

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JANUARY 07, 2015

Charlie Hebdo

By francecanadaculture Ottawa

Following the attack against #CharlieHebdo on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, the Embassy puts a special page at your disposal where you can leave your condoleance messages.

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JANUARY 06, 2015

Workshop “Napoleon and a Woman at Brock” - January 22 at Brock University

By francecanadaculture Toronto

On June 24th 1791, Napoleon Bonaparte wrote to Guillaume-Thomas Raynal, priest by trade, famous philosopher, and author of the History of the Two Indies. A copy of this letter is archived in Paris; another copy was recently deposited by an anonymous donor at the Brock University Library in the Niagara Region.

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DECEMBER 30, 2014

FRENCH FILMS ON TV - From Friday, January 2nd to 9th

By francecanadaculture Film

17 FILMS

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DECEMBER 23, 2014

Reims - Durham (Ontario)

By francecanadaculture French Language

On December 11th, 2014, in Reims, the "Recteur de l'académie de Reims", Philippe-Pierre Cabourdin, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with representatives of Durham District School Board (DDSB) and Durham Catholic Distri

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DECEMBER 23, 2014

BELC 2015: les métiers du français dans le monde – Sèvres, France – February 16–27, 2015

By francecanadaculture French Language

The BELC summer education session, which is entitled Les métiers du français dans le monde [French-language applications in the world] organized by the French national education organization the Centre international d‘études pédagogiques (CIEP), is an international reference event for ongoing professional development in the field of French-language education.

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DECEMBER 22, 2014

Fun creative writing contest

By francecanadaculture French Language

This year marks the 9th edition of Chansons sans Frontières [Songs without Borders], an international writing contest where participants write French lyrics for a song. This year’s theme: “a friend that you don’t know yet.”

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DECEMBER 22, 2014

PRESTIGE Postdoc program

By francecanadaculture Ottawa

PRESTIGE officially started on the 1st September 2014 for a total duration of 5 years (01/09/2014 - 31/08/2019). This programme aims at fostering the international mobility of post-doc researchers.

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