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National Francophone Immigration Week 2018

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November 4-10th is National Francophone Immigration Week in Canada! In every province and territory, the Francophone Immigration Networks (Réseaux en immigration francophone) are coordinating activities and involving partner groups to promote Francophone immigration and diversity, and to strengthen ties between Francophone newcomers and French Canadian communities.

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Promoting Francophone immigration continues to be a top priority for the Canadian Government, and this week the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced some initiatives being introduced to increase services for Francophone newcomers to Canada.

On November 7th, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen announced an $11 million five-year partnership with la Cité, the largest French-speaking college in Ontario. La Cité will provide pre-arrival services to French speaking immigrants, and be the first point of contact for newcomers. As of March 2019, the Centre francophone de Toronto will provide services to immediately reach out to Francophone newcomers in the Greater Toronto Area, which sees the greatest amount of french-speaking newcomers landing outside of Quebec. As part of the Canadian Budget 2018, the government will be investing $36.6 million over five years to the Francophone Integration Pathway, which seeks to strengthen ties between French-speaking newcomers and French-minority populations in Canada.

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Semaine nationale de l’immigration francophone 2018

La semaine nationale de l’immigration francophone au Canada aura lieu du 4 au 10 novembre! Les Réseaux en immigration francophones (RIF) coordonnent des activités dans toutes les régions du pays afin de promouvoir l’immigration francophone et de renforcer les liens entre les nouveaux arrivants francophones et les communautés franco-canadiennes.

La promotion de l’immigration francophone est une priorité pour le gouvernement du Canada. Cette semaine, le ministre de l’Immigration, des Réfugiés et de la Citoyenneté du Canada a annoncé plusieurs initiatives pour améliorer l’offre des services aux immigrant francophones.

Le 7 novembre, l’honorable Ahmed Hussen a annoncé que ces objectifs seront réalisés grâce à l’instauration d’un partenariat collaboratif de 11 millions de dollars sur cinq ans avec les fournisseurs de services d’établissement francophones.

Le gouvernement du Canada donne la priorité à l’offre des services de grande qualité en français au nouveau arrivants francophones à l’extérieur du Québec. Dans ce but, à compter de mars 2019, le Centre francophone de Toronto (CFT) fournira ces services aux 2 500 nouveaux arrivants francophones qui arrivent à l’Aéroport international Pearson de Toronto chaque année.

Tel qu’annoncé dans le budget de 2018, le gouvernement investira près de 36,6 millions de dollars au cours des 5 prochaines années pour le Parcours d’intégration francophone, afin de créer des liens durable entre les nouveaux arrivants et les communautés francophones en situation minoritaire.

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