From March 1 to 31

Engaging projects

from coast to coast!

There are projects and events happening all year long. Here are some initiatives from RVF 2021 partners that may be of interest to you.

This film celebrates the 300-year-long Acadian presence on Prince Edward Island and highlights this strong heritage, culture and identity. It also emphasizes the richness of Acadian culture and art on Prince Edward Island today.

This project is brought to you by the Société acadienne et francophone de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard and its six regional committees: the Conseil Rév. S.-E. Perrey, the Conseil scolaire-communautaire Évangéline, La Belle-Alliance, the Conseil acadien de Rustico, the Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean and the Comité acadien et francophone de l’Est. In collaboration with Parks Canada, the Farmers’ Bank of Rustico, the Acadian Museum of PEI and Jeunesse Acadienne et Francophone de l’Î.-P.-É. Directed by: Tanya Gallant and Joel MacDonald

Dépasse Toi


DépasseToi offers resources and tools to help young people overcome the obstacles they face when entering the job market. The goal? To develop and strengthen their professional and personal skills. This initiative from the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française is funded by the Government of Canada through the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS).

Livres REFC

Books to suit every taste!

Discover a huge selection of French-Canadian books for every taste. The Regroupement des éditeurs franco‑canadiens (REFC) is an association of 14 Francophone publishers across Canada. Each year, its members publish a large number of titles in all major genres: novels, children’s books, short story collections, plays, essays, poetry. You can find all the published titles, interviews with authors, suggested reading and much more at www.refc.ca.

French Reading Marathon

Participate in this French read-a-thon and support a UNICEF Canada education program. You’ll have free access to a selection of ready-to-use comic strips and educational fact sheets for French classes.

Les Grands Explorateurs is now available to Francophones and Francophiles across Canada and throughout the Francophonie!

With the help of Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie and the Grands Explorateurs digital platform, our members will be able to travel around the world, despite the pandemic, from the comfort of their homes. Through this platform, we can promote French culture throughout the French-speaking world.


Experience our interactive journey!

Use the timeline to discover the history and the future of your French-language school in Canada. Our school, our pride, our future!



L’Association de la presse francophone (APF) and Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) are inviting you to express your Francophone pride by striking a pose with the 2021 RVF poster found at the back of your local French-language newspaper. Be creative!  You could win…

  • 1 VIA Rail Canada pass for 4 people
  • 1 of 4 Apple iPads (10.2-inch, 32 GB, Wi-Fi, A12 Bionic chip)

“POSE… WITH A POSTER!” Contest Winners:

First prize
Claire T. Forcier (Hearst, Ontario)
Second prize
Manon Lily Gaillard (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Jocelyne Lalonde (Hawkesbury, Ontario)
Linda Legere (Saint John, Nouveau-Brunswick)
Tania Villeneuve (Hearst, Ontario)

Discover French programs from Unis TV, on television and online at tv5unis.ca

Citoyens 2.0

Laurence Latreille nous invite à rencontrer des gens qui, à travers le Canada, travaillent à créer un monde plus juste et durable à leur échelle. Ils ont inventé de nouvelles manières de collaborer, de se nourrir, de s’éduquer, de consommer…

Comme dans l’espace

Pendant un projet d’école sur la conquête de l’espace, Alex et Joaquin découvrent un vieux bunker anciennement utilisé par l’Agence spatiale canadienne pour surveiller les satellites artificiels durant la guerre froide. Le lieu devient le siège de leurs aventures. Mia, une androïde capable de répondre à n’importe quelle question sur la science de l’espace et Frédéric, l’apprenti astronaute de l’agence spatiale, seront d’une aide précieuse pour le duo.

Le prince de l’Acadie

De la Nouvelle-Zélande à Londres, en passant par Los Angeles et l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, Julien Robichaud va à la rencontre de ces Acadiens exilés qui redéfinissent l’Acadie d’aujourd’hui.

Les Newbies

Cette série se déroulant en Acadie raconte l’ascension « vers la gloire » d’André, Luc et Christian, trois amis qui rêvent de gagner leur vie grâce à l’humour. De bars locaux en salles communautaires, leur quête ne sera pas de tout repos!

Enlightening Tomorrow, Together

Did you know that in Canada, it is estimated that about 1 in 10 people have a hearing loss? Groupe Média TFO is committed to creating accessible resources by producing a collection of books in Quebec Sign Language (LSQ). This collection will help children who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing learn to read via our IDÉLLO platform and will encourage all young people to learn LSQ to break down communication barriers with their classmates!