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Manitoba Government Investing in Francophone Culture

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As part of Budget 2024, the Manitoba government is increasing the funding to the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain (CCFM), Premier Wab Kinew and Sport, Culture, Heritage and Tourism Minister Glen Simard, minister responsible for francophone affairs, announced Friday, April 19. 

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“After more than a decade of funding freezes, our government is committed to supporting Manitoba’s arts and cultural organizations with new and ongoing funding that creates good jobs and a vibrant Manitoba,” said Kinew. “French language is at the heart of Manitoba’s future. CCFM is a central hub for showcasing and preserving francophone culture, and this funding will allow the CCFM to expand its French programing for all Manitobans to enjoy.” 

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