The Canadian Francophone Games will be held from
July 14 to 18, 2020
and will present 13 disciplines in competition (in French only).
- General Schedule (to come)
- Detailed Schedule
General Schedule for the Games:
|Monday July 13||Teams’ arrival|
|Tuesday July 14||Training and practice
Opening Ceremony (French)
|Wednesday July 15||Competition and Contests
Le Grand Jeu (French)
Soirée de la francophonie (French)
|Thursday July 16||Competition and Contests
Soirée Jeunesse (French)
|Friday July 17||Competition and Contests
Gala des arts (French)
|Saturday July 18||Competition and Contests
Closing Ceremony (French)
|Sunday July 19||Teams’ Departure
Volunteer Appreciation Night
Complete results from past Games are available by clicking on the links below:
Medal spreadsheets are also available per discipline and per Games.
Three different prices are awarded at the Canadian Francophone Games.
Games Flag Award
The Games Flag is awarded to to the Province or Territory with the greatest number of points from all the events combined.
Most Improved Award
The Most Improved Award is given to the team that shows the greatest improvement from one Games to the next.
Francophonie Spirit Award
The Francophonie Spirit Award goes to the delegation that distinguished itself by its friendship, helpfulness and collaboration with other teams. Participants vote to identify the winning team.
Francophonie Spirit Award Criteria :
- The team that best promoted la Francophonie and the French-Canadian culture through their actions and interactions with others;
- The team that showed the best collaborative spirit during the Games;
- The team who developed camaraderie towards other teams;
- The team who demonstrated fair play while competing and participating in activities.
|2017||New Brunswick||Northwest Territories||Manitoba|
|2008||New Brunswick||Newfoundland & Labrador||Ontario|
In the past, the Environmental Award was given to the team showing the best efforts and actions towards preserving the environment in their preparation and at the Games.
Here were the winners:
- 2014 – British Columbia
- 2011 – Yukon
- 2008 – Manitoba