Ministers' Council on the Canadian Francophonie
The Ministers' Council on the Canadian Francophonie (MCCF) is an intergovernmental organization that comprises federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for the Canadian Francophonie.
The Ministers' Council works on various issues related to the Canadian Francophonie, provides direction for intergovernmental cooperation and plays a unifying role in support of the country’s Francophonie.
The Government of Alberta joined the MCCF in 1999. The minister responsible for the Francophone Secretariat meets annually with other MCCF member ministers to discuss intergovernmental questions involving the Canadian Francophonie, develop best practices and engage in a dialogue aimed at strengthening the country’s linguistic duality.
Canada-Alberta Agreement on French-Language Services
Alberta and Canada are currently working to negotiate the Agreement on French-Language Services for 2020-21 and 2022-23.
The purpose of this Agreement is to provide a multi-year collaboration framework between Canada and Alberta to support the planning and delivery of French-language government services aimed at contributing to the development and enhancing the vitality of the Francophone community of Alberta.
The Canada-Alberta Agreement on French-Language Services is a cost-sharing agreement between Alberta and the Government of Canada. It funds government projects that develop, implement and improve French-language services in Alberta, in the context of Alberta’s French Policy.
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905 10405 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4R7
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