VICTORIA, Monday June 4th 2018 – Participating partners signed agreements today, setting the stage for largest gathering of Canadian French-speaking young people in Victoria in 2020. The agreements confirm the eighth edition of the Canadian Francophone Games will take place in venues throughout Esquimalt, Oak Bay, Saanich and Victoria, July 14 to 18, 2020.
Date of issue: Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017
End date: Friday, February 24, 2017, 5 pm (EST)
Submissions can be sent by email or fax. Only the successful candidate will be contacted.
The following RFP has been defined by the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (FJCF) to retain the services of a supplier to produce the promotional material for the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2017 (Canadian Francophone Games). This includes, but is not necessarily limited to coats, t-shirts, bags and luggage tags.
In order to be considered, please submit your written proposal before Friday, February 24, 2017, 5 pm (EST), to:
Caroline Bujold, National Coordinator
Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française
Gatineau, Thursday July 25th – The Games continue to provide surprises to our 1000 participants. Yesterday was a day full of meetings and sharing for our Canadian francophones.
Our young people have rhythm in their veins! After some competitions in the morning, all 12 delegations gathered in the early afternoon on the Place de la Cité to create a collective piece. Percussionist Mélissa Lavergne hosted a great cooperative activity, presented by Réno Depot, giving us an amazing show using djembes, boxes, paint cans, shovels, wheelbarrows and other unlikely instruments the company generously provided for the occasion.
Gatineau, Thursday July 24th – The first day of the Canadian Francophone Games in Gatineau was a great success. Sponsored by TVA and the Metro Plus Marché Kelly, the opening ceremony which took place last night at the Place de la Cité marked the official launch of the five days of “French” celebrations. The young participants proudly displayed their colors during the delegations’ parade. The atmosphere was up and all artists brilliantly highlighted the Francophonie!
It is under sunny skies that our participants begin this second day. Competitions get under way for some disciplines and continue for others. The percussionist Mélissa Lavergne will host at 2:30 pm the great cooperative activity presented by Reno Depot at the Place de la Cité. This activity will be open to the public and will bring all the delegations together to create a collective piece.
Gatineau, July 23 2014 – The 6th Canadian Francophone Games (CFG) organizing committee is extremely proud to finally announce that the 2014 Canadian Francophone Games in Gatineau opened a few hours before the start of the competitions. In the presence of the vice-president of the Federation of French-Canadian Youth Eric Gignac, the mayor of Gatineau, Mr. Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin, the MNA for Chapleau, Marc Carrière, president of CFG 2014 Gatineau, Benoît Pelletier, the organizing committee has welcomed the participants, coaches, families and visitors who arrived in the area on Tuesday.