FRANCOPHONIE DAY MARCH 20 IN BC
VICTORIA - MARCH 13, 2012
Parliamentary Secretary Les proclaimed BC Francophonie Day on May 20th at today's Francophonie Day event at the BC Legislature. During the ceremony, Minister MacDiarmid announced the revamped Francophone Affairs website which is more easily accessible and has better French search ability.
The new site can be found here
Francophonie day celebration photos
Le 13 mars 2012
Le Secrétaire parlementaire proclame le 20 mars La Journée de la francophonie en Colombie-Britannique. Lors de cet événement, la ministre du Travail, des Services aux citoyens et du Gouvernement transparent, Margaret MacDiarmid a donnée un avant-goût du contenu amélioré du site Web du Programme des affaires francophones de la province.
Pour accéder au nouveau site visitez: bienvenue
Photos de la célébration
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