SPORTS GROUPS COMBINE EFFORTS TO IDENTIFY, RECRUIT AND TRAIN BILINGUAL SPORTS OFFICIALS AND VOLUNTEERS IN MANITOBA

WINNIPEG March 3rd, 2005 – Eight Manitoban sports groups have combined their efforts to help identify, recruit and train bilingual sports officials and volunteers in Manitoba, the Francophone Sports Directorate of Manitoba, a Conseil jeunesse provincial (CJP) initiative, announced on Wednesday.

In an effort to enhance Manitoba and Winnipeg’s standing as a premier host for major national and international events, eight sports groups in Manitoba have combined their efforts to develop sports officials and volunteers over the course of the coming months.

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DES GROUPES DE SPORTS S’UNISSENT POUR trouver DES OFFICIELS ET BÉNÉVOLES BILINGUES EN SPORTS AU MANITOBA

Winnipeg (Manitoba) – Huit groupes de sports au Manitoba ont unis leurs efforts pour identifier, recruter et former des officiels et bénévoles bilingues en sports au Manitoba, le Directorat des sports francophone du Conseil jeunesse provincial (CJP) a annoncé mercredi.

Afin d’améliorer davantage le statut de Winnipeg et du Manitoba comme hôtes de choix d’événements nationaux et internationaux, huit groupes se sont unis pour développer des officiels et des bénévoles en sports au cours des mois à venir.

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Entente de partenariat conclue pour les Jeux de la francophonie canadienne

OTTAWA – Les partenaires officiels des Jeux de la francophonie canadienne ont confirmé, ce matin, leur engagement dans le financement des JeuxFC qui auront lieu à Winnipeg, en juillet 2005. En effet, le ministère du Patrimoine canadien, la province du Manitoba, la Ville de Winnipeg, le Comité organisateur des Jeux de la francophonie canadienne (Winnipeg 2005) inc., ainsi que la Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française ont signé une entente de partenariat en conférence de presse.

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The Canadian Francophone Games are just around the corner!

OTTAWA January 12th, 2005 –  In just a few months from now, from July 20 to 24, 2005, about one thousand young people aged 13 to 18 from each province and territory in Canada will gather for the Canadian Francophone Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Hundreds of youth will test their skills in an atmosphere of healthy competition in four sports and four artistic disciplines as they develop aptitudes like leadership and organizational thinking.

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Marc Devigne and Sami Jo Small issue a challenge to young French-Canadians

OTTAWA, October 22nd, 2004 – This morning, Marc Devigne and Sami Jo Small, two Canadians who have distinguished themselves nationally and internationally in music and sport, challenged young French-Canadians to come and compete at the 3rd Jeux de la francophonie canadienne in Winnipeg in July 2005.

The event’s honorary co-presidents, Marc Devigne and Sami Jo Small, are both French speaking Manitobans.

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