La Société historique francophone de la Colombie-Britannique

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Assemblée francophone des retraité(s) et aîné(e)s de la Colombie-Britannique
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 The AFRACB provides programs and activities for Francophones 50 years and over in B.C. It is based in Victoria. Its quarterly publication, L’Entraînés, appears both online and in print. This collection includes only a single copy, May 2019, which was a Special Edition.
Association des Francophones de Nanaimo
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Le Bastion de Nanaimo is the newsletter of the AFN. The 1986 issues are from Vol. 11, so we are presuming that Vol. 1 was published in 1976. This is an incomplete collection, from April 1986 to Dec. 2009, with gaps. It has been published in various formats. Financial Statements/ États Financiers...
Association des Francophones et Francophiles du Nord-Ouest
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The AFFNO provides programs and activities for the Francophones living in the north-west quarter of the province. It is based in Prince Rupert. Its publication, Actuellement, is published twice a year, in April and October, and each issue bears a sequential volume number. This is an incomplete...
Association des parents francophones de la C.-B.
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L’APPCF is the organization grouping the parents of the Programme Cadre de Français, the province’s first French Immersion program, which was launched in 1979. It is based in Vancouver. It published its newsletter, Dans L’Cadre, from ca. 1979 to at least 1992. This incomplete collection spans from...
Association francophone de Campbell River
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The AFCR provides programs and activities to the Francophones of the Campbell River area. It changed its name to the AFCI in 2019. Its first newsletter, La Bonne Pêche, seems to have been published monthly, with each issue bearing a different sequential volume number. This is an incomplete...
Association francophone de Kamloops
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Founded in 1979, l'Association francophone de Kamloops (AFK) is made up of members from all different communities in the Kamloops region and surrounding areas including Chase, Knutsford, Logan Lake and Merritt. Its publication, Entre Nous, appeared in two different formats. This is an...
Association francophone de la vallée de Comox
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Based in Courtenay, the AFVC provided programs and activities to the Francophones in the Comox valley. It no longer exists. Its publication, L’Écho, was published in at least two formats. This is an incomplete collection, ranging from March-April 1986 to May 2003, with gaps.
Association francophone de Surrey
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The AFS provides programs and activities for the Francophones of Surrey. It is based in L’École Gabrielle-Roy, in Surrey. When it changed its name to the AFFGVFV, it encompassed the Francophones of the Fraser Valley. Its first publication was L’Écho de Surrey. This is an incomplete collection,...
Association francophone des Kootenays Ouest
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Based in Nelson, l'Association francophone des Kootenays Ouest (AFKO) provides programs and activities for the Francophones of the West Kootenays. Its news bulletin, La Voix des Kootenays (The Voice of the Kootenays) is published quarterly at the start of each season. This is an incomplete...
Centre culturel francophone de l'Okanagan, Kelowna
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Based in Kelowna, the CCFO provides programs and activities for the Francophones of the Okanagan. Its publication, L’Écho de l’Okanagan, appeared in several formats. This incomplete collection ranges from Oct. 1979 to Jan. 1990. L’Anse-aux-Sables was the newsletter of the CCFO from at least 1990 to...
Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver
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The CCFV was situated on 16th Ave. at the corner of Willow. The present version is in the Maison de la Francophonie on W. 7 Ave. The Bulletin was its publication. This is an incomplete collection, ranging from Feb.-Mar.-Apr. 1998 to May-Aug. 2003 Le Bulletin became the publication of the new CCFV”...

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