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Conference ministrielle sur la francophonie canadienne / Ministrel Conference on the Canadian Francophonie
The next Ministerial Conference on the Canadian Francophonie
will be held on June 18 and 19, 2020 in Quebec City.
Ministres

 

The Honourable Adrian Dix

Minister of Health
Minister responsible for Francophone Affairs in B.C.

Adrian Dix was first elected as MLA for Vancouver-Kingsway in 2005 and re-elected in 2009, 2013 and 2017. He is the Minister of Health.

Adrian served as the Official Opposition spokesperson for B.C. Hydro and as leader of the Official Opposition from April 2011 until May 2014.

Since being elected to represent Vancouver-Kingsway, he tirelessly attends community events in his riding and regularly goes door-to-door to stay in touch with his constituents. In 2010, he played a leading role in a coalition that saved important neighborhood schools from being closed in East Vancouver.

Adrian's commitment to quality public education is well known. Prior to becoming an MLA, Adrian was the executive director for Canadian Parents for French, B.C.-Yukon Branch, a non-profit organization promoting language education. During his tenure he increased its profile, influence and capacity.

From 1996 to 1999, he served as chief of staff to Premier Glen Clark.

Between 2001 and 2005, Adrian was a sought-after political commentator and journalist, writing a column for the Victoria Times Colonist and the Source, a prominent multicultural newspaper in Vancouver. He was also a contributor to the Tyee and CBC.

Adrian was raised in Vancouver and is a graduate of UBC. He is married to writer Renée Saklikar.

Contact information
Room 337 - Parliament Buildings
Victoria (British-Columbia) V8V 1X4
Phone: (250) 953-3547
Fax: (250) 356-9587

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Canadian Francophonie Issues, Challenges and Future Directions

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

News Releases
2019 – Iqaluit (Nunavut)
REAFFIRMING THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL COLLABORATION TO IMPROVE SERVICES IN FRENCH AND PROMOTE AN INCLUSIVE FRANCOPHONIE ACROSS THE COUNTRY
ministers
British Columbia
Hon. Adrian Dix

Minister of Health, Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs

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Northwest Territories
Hon. Caroline Cochrane

Minister of Education, Culture and Employment, Minister responsible for the Status of Women

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Ontario
Hon. Caroline Mulroney

Minister of Francophone Affairs
Attorney General

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Newfoundland and Labrador
Hon. Christopher Mitchelmore

Minister Responsible for 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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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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Canada
Hon. Mélanie Joly

Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie

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Saskatchewan
Hon. Nadine Wilson

Provincial Secretary

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New Brunswick
Hon. Robert Gauvin

Deputy Premier, Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, Minister responsible for La Francophonie

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Manitoba
Hon. Rochelle Squires

Minister of Sustainable Development, Minister responsible for Francophone

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Nova Scotia
Lena Metledge Diab

Minister of Immigration, Minister of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie

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Nunavut
L’honorable David Joanasie

Minister of Education, Minister of Culture and Heritage

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Quebec
Sonia LeBel

Member for Champlain, Coalition avenir Québec, Minister of Justice, Minister responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie, Minister responsible for the Status of Women

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