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APRIL 01, 2016

Ottawa 2017 or the 150 years of Canada

By francecanadaculture Canada

2017 - Here we go!In 2017, Canada celebrates 150 years as a nation!

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MARCH 10, 2016

Four French Authors Announced at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2016 (May 14-15)

By francecanadaculture Books

The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) has just announced four Featured Guests from France: Marguerite Abouet, Balak, & Bastien Vivès, in partnership with the Consulate General of France in Toronto.

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FEBRUARY 01, 2016

Women in Science : still a challenge today?

By francecanadaculture Canada

The French Embassy in Canada, the University of Ottawa and L’Oréal Canada "For Women in Science" have organized a panel about the current role of women in science, January 19, 2016.

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DECEMBER 15, 2015

Alice Zeniter and Emilie De Turckheim at the Toronto French Book Fair - December 4 and 5, 2015

By francecanadaculture Books

French authors Alice Zeniter and Emilie de Turckheim presented their latest novels at the Toronto French Book Fair.

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NOVEMBER 30, 2015

“My city and the climate” by the Canadian kids !

By francecanadaculture Canada

Looking ahead to the COP21 conference, which takes place in Paris from November 30th to December 11th, 2015, the Embassy of France to Canada has invited students in Canada to contribute to an international performance based on the theme of “My city and the climate”.

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NOVEMBER 13, 2015

2015 Prix Goncourt and Prix Renaudot Literary Awards

By francecanadaculture Canada

Mathias Enard has just received France’s prestigious Prix Goncourt literary prize for his novel "Boussole" [Compass] . Delphine de Vigan earned the 2015 Prix Renaudot for her book "D’après une histoire vraie" [Based on a True Story].

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OCTOBER 14, 2015

COP21 – 24 Hours for the Climate – Projects with Francophone Students in Canada - videos screenings on the 30th of November !

By francecanadaculture Canada

Looking ahead to the COP21 conference, which takes place in Paris from November 30th to December 11th, 2015, the Embassy of France in Canada has invited French-speaking Canadian students to contribute to an international performance based on the theme of “My city and the climate”.

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OCTOBER 07, 2015

Michaëlle Jean Foundation - Power of the arts Forum with french artists

By francecanadaculture Canada

The third annual Power of the Arts National Forum will be held at Carleton University from November 6-8, 2015, with the presence of Jali, one of the singers and founders of Massilia Sound System (Marseille / France).

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2015

Ulule - crowd funding website - arrives in Canada !

By francecanadaculture Canada

Du 10 septembre au 15 octobre 2015, l’équipe d’Ulule Canada parcourra 7 des plus grandes villes québécoises (Sherbrooke, Granby, Québec, Gatineau, Trois-Rivières, Lac Mégantic et Montréal) pour faire découvrir le financement participatif, rencontrer et échanger avec la communauté des entrepreneurs, des acteurs de l’économie de demain et plus largement du Québec créatif. Au total : 1700 kms seront parcourus, 7 événements et des centaines de rencontres sont prévus.

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

Campus France Canada will attend Study & Go Abroad Fair in Vancouver (OCT 6) and Calgary (OCT 7)

By francecanadaculture Vancouver

Are you interested in studying in France? Come and meet with the Campus France team at our partner’s exhibition: Study & Go Abroad Fairs.  We will be happy to help you design your study project.

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SEPTEMBER 01, 2015

Kilti, your art box, soon in Canada ?

By francecanadaculture Canada

Inspired from the local produced vegetables boxes, the art box is an initiative to consume art differently. Buying an art box, it's helping the local creation and the local art places. The principle is very simple : a new box every 2 months. Active in the North of France, in Paris and in Brussels, maybe soon in Canada ?

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JULY 30, 2015

A new French bookstore for Toronto in 2015

By francecanadaculture Canada

One year after the closure of the last French bookstore in Toronto, French books will find a new place by the end of 2015.

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