From April 16 to May 7, the Acadian and Francophone Community Advisory Committee (AFCAC) will hold public information session on the French Language Services Act.
The annual celebration of French language and Acadian culture on Prince Edward Island kicks off with a youth performance “ManiFest’A Francophonie”,Friday, March 7, at 6 pm at the Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean. The evening will include theatre, an art exhibition and a multicultural buffet.
As of December 14, 2013, the French Language Services Act, the first major legislative overhaul of French language services in over a decade, has been fully proclaimed
The 811 telehealth service is now available. The service is free, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in English and French, as well as 120 other languages.
On September 4 and 5, Premier Ghiz attended the 2013 Ministerial Conference on the Canadian Francophonie (MCCF) in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The MCCF will be held in PEI in 2014.