Francophonie, Intergovernmental Affairs, March 20, 2019 - Fredericton
Awards presented in conjunction with International Francophonie Day
On International Francophonie Day, held March 20, the provincial government and the Association des enseignantes et des enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick (association of francophone teachers of New Brunswick) presented awards to support classroom initiatives related to international Francophonie. Certificates were presented to the winning schools in the Découvrons la Francophonie – projet école (let us discover the Francophonie – school project) category. From left: Christopher Wheaton, vice-principal, École Abbey-Landry (Memramcook); Cassandra Wheaton, student at École Abbey-Landry; Jolène Gaudet, principal, École Le Marais (Dieppe); Lucie Martin, president of the Association des enseignantes et des enseignants francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick; Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister Robert Gauvin, who is also minister responsible for La Francophonie; Mathis Landry, student, École Le Marais; Cynthia Thériault, teacher at École Le Marais; Martine Cadieux, teacher at École Amirault (Dieppe); Gisèle Bérubé, principal, École Amirault; and Dany Émond, teacher at École Abbey-Landry.