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Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (FJCF) – Ottawa, April 8th, 2019 – The Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (French Canadian Youth Federation) is proud to launch its Request for proposals in preparation for the 9th Jeux de la francophonie canadienne (Canadian Francophone Games), which will be held in the summer of 2023.

The Canadian Francophone Games are a national triennial event that fosters connections by presenting a unique program of 13 disciplines combining the arts, cooperation, leadership and sports. They showcase more than a thousand young aged 14 to 18 from across Canada. Hundreds of volunteers work behind the scenes, developing their skills, and creating a festive atmosphere in their host community. The Canadian Francophone Games provide youth with cultural pride, self-confidence and leadership abilities in a friendly, competitive setting.

Cities or organizations that wish to submit their application can obtain a copy of the Bid Guide and related documents by contacting Caroline Bujold, National Coordinator, at 780.463.0888, at caroline@fjcf.ca , or by visiting www.jeuxfc.ca under the “Prochaine édition JeuxFC” heading. (Please note that official documents are only available in French, as les Jeux de la francophonie canadienne is a francophone event, but that an English summary is available). A letter of intent must be
submitted before May 30th, 2019, and bids will be accepted until September 30th, 2019. The host committee will be announced early 2020. For more information, please visit the JeuxFC website.

The 2020 Games will be held in Victoria (British-Columbia) from July 14-18, mainly at Oak Bay High School. FJCF gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the department of Canadian Heritage, for its ongoing support of the Jeux de la francophonie canadienne since their inception in 1999.

The FJCF is a national organization led BY and FOR youth, made up of eleven associate members from nine provinces and two territories. It develops and undertakes numerous projects, while working with French-speaking youth to ensure their development and fulfillment as a group that stands up and claims its rightful place as proud Francophones.

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For more information:
Caroline Bujold
National Coordinator – Jeux de la francophonie canadienne
Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (FJCF)
caroline@FJCF.ca
1-780-463-0888
www.jeuxfc.ca