La Cité Francophone

Located in the heart of Bonnie Doon, Edmonton's Francophone Quarter, La Cité is a cultural and community centre as well as the meeting place for Edmonton's Francophone and Francophile community. It houses cultural, social, pedagogical, professional and commercial services. La Cité provides the Francophone community with a meeting place from which it can flourish.


AGLC is the Government of Alberta's Crown commercial enterprise and agency that oversees the gaming, liquor and cannabis industries in Alberta.

L’Association la Girandole d’Edmonton

Located in the heart of the Cité francophone, La Girandole offers a wide variety of dance classes for both children and adults. Our school promotes the artistic and personal development of each individual in an open and welcoming Francophone environment.

Par le biais de notre troupe de danse Zéphyr, nous contribuons aussi au rayonnement des cultures francophones de l’Alberta au Canada et à l’international.

Centre de Développement Musical

The CDM's mission is to contribute to the construction of a French-speaking identity and culture in Alberta through musical development.

Culture Days

Culture Days is a national celebration of arts and culture. At the end of each September, millions of people attend thousands of free participatory arts and culture events across the country. Culture Days programs invite the public to get hands-on and behind-the-scenes to highlight the importance of arts and culture in our communities. In light of COVID-19, this year’s celebrations have again been extended to a 4-week run held indoors, outdoors and online. Read through our Culture Days 2021 page to find out more about this year’s festivities.

The Culture Days national organization supports a Canada-wide network of arts, culture, and heritage organizers to facilitate free public events in their communities every year during the Culture Days weekend.

Muse Canada Inc.

Muse Canada Inc. is an inclusive and unified national platform for all arts, culture and entertainment industries to provide opportunities and resources through connection, communication and coopetition.

Francophonie Jeunesse de l’Alberta

Founded in 1972, Francophonie jeunesse de l'Alberta (FJA), a non-profit association, is the voice of Franco-Albertan youth. FJA allows its members, aged 14 to 25, to carry out several projects and activities. They are represented by a board of directors elected annually at the organization's general assembly. AYF's vision is for French-speaking Albertan youth to assert their leadership and express their pride in all aspects of their lives.

On the eve of its 50th year of existence, La Francophonie jeunesse de l'Alberta is proud to have provided a daily presence to its Francophone members and to have developed young leaders who shine as role models in their communities.

ACFA Régionale d’Edmonton

The Edmonton Regional ACFA is committed to promoting the development of French life and culture within the francophone community of the Edmonton area.

Centre de Développement Économique de l’Alberta

Le CDÉA a été créé en 1997, sous le nom de Chambre économique de l’Alberta, afin de répondre aux besoins des entrepreneurs d’expression française en Alberta.

Nous sommes une équipe de gens passionnés par le développement économique francophone en Alberta. Nos expertises et savoirs combinés constituent la force de notre organisation.

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