As a volunteer, your role is most important!

You will become proud ambassadors of the Canadian Francophone Games.

Your commitment, your contribution and your loyalty are all key components in ensuring the success of the event.

Volunteer Registration Form

Official registrations to open later!

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

The Games will no longer be a mystery to you! 


Discover our volunteering opportunities

  • Browse the positions description and select the sector of your interest!


  • UPCOMING - Registration form for volunteers.
  • Fill out the personal information section and insert a photo

Select your position and chose your schedule

  • Under the section, other information, select the volunteer sector of your choice
  • Select the position  and check all the working shifts you want to accomplish
  • Read our terms and conditions and send your form

Last step: background check

* Note that all volunteer must complete a background check in order to volunteer for the Canadian Francophone Games
  • UPCOMING - Fill out your background check
  • Insert the access code of the Games: UPCOMING


Job descriptions will be posted below later.

Advantages of being a volunteer

  • Opportunity to live a truly unique experience.
  • Opportunity to rub shoulders with French-Canadian culture.
  • Chance to network in your community.
  • General training on the event.
  • Specific training on your role.
  • Meals provided when you complete a minimum of work hours.
  • Games' t-shirt.
  • Access to volunteer lounges so you can rest, have a snack and meet other volunteers.
  • Invitation to the Volunteer Appreciation Night.
  • Door prizes during Volunteer Appreciation Night.



















Accreditation & Uniform

Each volunteer officially registered at the CFGames will receive an accreditation badge and a uniform (a piece of clothing used for identification).

  • Accreditation and uniform must be worn at all times during shifts.
  • The uniform usually consists of a t-shirt and / or jacket in the colours of the Canadian Francophone Games.
  • Accreditation and uniform will be delivered in a volunteer kit a few days before the Games. This kit contains information relevant to the participation of volunteers at the Games.




There are operation jobs that don't require you to interact with participants directly.  You could also be paired with someone that speaks French.

You can offer one or more days of your time as a volunteer at the Canadian Francophone Games. However, a minimum of two shifts of 4-5 hours is required to ensure the event runs smoothly.

The volunteers work hours vary according the needs of the Organizing Committee. Generally, the days are divided into three shifts: morning (6 am to noon), afternoon (noon to 6 pm) and evening (5 pm to 11 pm). There are also night shifts from 10 pm to 6 am.

All interested, aged 14 and over can become volunteers. Youth aged 8 to 13, can also be volunteers but must be accompanied by an adult. They will be involved in performing simple tasks such as runners, welcome kit distribution, etc. Note that some positions require a minimum age, please refer to the position’s descriptions.

Some positions do require a higher level of training, certification and experience. Please refer to the position’s descriptions.

Volunteers will have access to a meal when they do 2 or more shifts in a row. Snacks will also be available in volunteer lounges.

Between 10 and 13 disciplines are presented at the Games. There are competitions in arts, leadership and sports. Please click here for details (French)

The registration form will be available later.

Please note that a criminal background check will be conducted by the police service for all employees and volunteers of the Canadian Francophone Games.

Validation of criminal records is mandatory for all staff and volunteers of the Canadian Francophone Games. This exercise helps us preserve the physical and psychological integrity of the participants, who are mostly of minor age. This verification is therefore mandatory for everyone within the organization.


  • You will be contacted by email or phone by the Organizing Committee to confirm your interests and availability;
  • Validation of your criminal record will be done by the police department;
    • All applications with a positive history result, ie the presence of activities not compatible with the Organizing Committee criteria, will be processed by the police;
    • All applications displaying a negative history result, will be transferred to the committees chosen by the candidate via the database (secure site), in order to develop a final work schedule;
  • All those who have completed the requested steps will receive an invitation for general training, followed by role-specific training;
  • During the training day, you will need to present two pieces of photo ID. Your personal information will be validated and a photo will be taken for your accreditation card (if you have not already done so when you register online).
  • Accreditation and uniform will be provided from the Volunteer HQ a week before the Games. 

Yes and no. Several areas have limited access to participants only, like accommodations for example. On your first assignment, you will receive an accreditation, a pass, giving you access to your work areas. That being said, all competition venues are accessible free of charge to everyone.

Unless stated otherwise, you have to book and pay for your own transportation and accommodation to and from the Games.

At any time, you can contact the Canadian Francophone Games for details on volunteer opportunities at


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