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Conference ministrielle sur la francophonie canadienne / Ministrel Conference on the Canadian Francophonie
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The first conference was held in 1994 in Moncton, New Brunswick at the First World Acadian Congress. The moment seemed opportune to bring together ministers provincial, territorial and federal agencies to discuss the services available to Francophone and Acadian communities outside Quebec.

It was rather a sensitization meeting. A round table has allowed everyone to talk about her situation, policies and structures of services from its French-language community. We touched briefly on the information highway as a tool to better serve the Francophone community, but nothing definite has been decided at that time. Elected officials have nevertheless concluded that it was important to continue to have ministerial meetings on Francophone Affairs.

Iqaluit (Nunavut) - 2019

Whitehorse (Yukon) - 2018

National Capital egion (Gatineau) - 2017

St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador) - 2016

Toronto (ON) - 2015

Prince Edward Island - 2014

Winnipeg (MB) - 2013

Edmonton (AB) - 2012

Dieppe-Moncton (NB) - 2011

Yellowknife, NWT - 2010

Vancouver, BC - 2009

Québec, QC - 2008

Halifax, NS - 2007

Ottawa, ON - 2006

Regina, SK - 2005

Moncton, NB - 2004

Winnipeg, MB - 2003

St. John's, NL - 2002

Edmonton, AB - 2001

Stanley Bridge, PEI - 2000

Whitehorse, YT - 1998

Toronto, On - 1997

Winnipeg MB - 1996

Moncton, NB - 1994

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publications
Profile of the legal and administrative framework for the delivery of French-language services within each the provincial and territorial governments

Newsletters
MCCF Newsletter - 25th Anniversary: Moving Forward Together - June 2019

News Releases
2020 – FPT videoconference of December 4
FEDERAL, PROVINCIAL AND TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS WORK TOGETHER FOR THE CANADIAN FRANCOPHONIE
ministers
British Columbia
Hon. Adrian Dix

Minister of Health, Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs

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Ontario
Hon. Caroline Mulroney

Minister of Transportation, Minister of Francophone Affairs

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Prince Edward Island
Hon. Dennis King

Premier of Prince Edward Island, Minister Responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs

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New Brunswick
Hon. Glen Savoie

Minister responsible for La Francophonie

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Yukon
Hon. John Streicker

Minister of Community Services, Minister responsible for French Language

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Alberta
Hon. Leela Aheer

Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, Minister responsible for the Francophone Secretariat

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Nunavut
Hon. Margaret Nakashuk

Minister of Culture and Heritage Minister responsible for the Nunavut Housing Corporation

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Canada
Hon. Mélanie Joly

Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages

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Northwest Territories
Hon. R. J. Simpson

Minister of Education, Culture and Employment, Minister Responsible for the Public Utilities Board, Government House Leader

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Manitoba
Hon. Rochelle Squires

Minister of Municipal Relations, Minister responsible for Francophone Affairs

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Newfoundland and Labrador
Hon. Sarah Stoodley

Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs

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Nova Scotia
Lena Metledge Diab

Minister of Immigration, Minister of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie

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Quebec
Sonia LeBel

Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie

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Saskatchewan
Todd Goudy

Legislative Secretary responsible of Francophone Affairs Liaison

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