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.
Gatineau, January 11, 2013 – The Organizing Committee for the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne Gatineau 2014 (JFC) today unveiled the logo for this national event, which will bring together 1,000 Francophones between 13 and 18 years of age, from every Canadian province and territory, for five days of competition between July 23 and 27, 2014. Participants will get to connect while testing their talents in three different areas: the arts, sports and leadership.
“This visual signature is a clear reflection of Gatineau’s imprint on this sweeping celebration of Canada’s Francophone youth. Not only will it generate close to $4 million for our economy, but the JFC will also strengthen the city’s reputation and position as a key player when it comes to staging major events. I invite all Gatineau residents, particularly its youth, to get involved in this terrific adventure,” indicated Gatineau Mayor Marc Bureau at the logo’s unveiling.
Greater Sudbury – Organizers of the Greater Sudbury 2011 Canadian Francophone Games have unveiled the arts and culture programming surrounding the national competitions our city will host from July 20th to 24th. At a press conference held today in the foyer at Tom Davies Squ are, organizers proudly announced that internationally renowned artists will be performing at the new Grace Hartman Amphitheatre. Isabelle Boulay, Zachary Richard and Karkwa are among the performers presented by the CFG in evening concerts where all are welcome to attend.
General auditions for the Greater Sudbury 2011 Canadian francophone Games’ opening ceremony!
Greater Sudbury – Burnt Rock Productions (BRP) have joined the Greater Sudbury 2011 Canadian Francophone Games’ team! BRP promise a lively and colourful celebration created with local youth artists!
Discover Sudbury by canoe! The Great Urban Canoe Adventure
Sudbury – In July 2011, paddlers will be drawn to the City of Greater Sudbury for a unique event. The launch of the first ever Great Urban Canoe Adventure took place today at Laurentian University’s Jeno-Tehanyi Olympic Gold Pool.
The Great Urban Canoe Adventure – Saturday, July 23, 2011 Greater Sudbury will play host to the first ever “Great Urban Canoe Adventure”. This 12 km adventure race will take its participants from Bell Park to the Track at Laurentian University over a course that includes 5lakes (Ramsey, Bethel, Ramsey – South Bay, Laurentian, Bennett, Nepahwin) and 6 exciting portages. An outdoor adventure in the heart of Downtown Sudbury!