May 2018: The 26th edition of the British Columbia Francophone Youth Games will be in Kelowna!
This year, école l’Anse-au-Sable in Kelowna will be hosting the British Columbia Francophone Youth Games, a provincial event organized by the CJFCB. Nearly 130 participants between the ages of 14 and 18, about twenty volunteers and a dozen workshop leaders will join together from May 18th to 21st, 2018. The program Six workshops centered on […]Read More
April 2018 : The CJFCB supports youth in their post-secondary goals!
Every year, the Youth Council awards a $ 1,000 scholarship to a student from the B.C. Conseil Scolaire Francophone (CSF) with the aim of supporting youth in their post-secondary goals. Applications begin on Monday, April 16th! A selection process based on diverse criteria All grade 12 students who are members of the Youth Council are […]Read More
April 2017: Crescendo, the first edition lived up to its name
Crescendo, it’s more than just a concert. It’s also an experience that includes learning as well as a huge accomplishment, all within one weekend. The participants had the chance to be immersed in a French environment all weekend, while also sharing their passions for the arts with others their age. A Conseil Jeunesse-style weekend Starting […]Read More
February 2015 : The provincial LIFC tournament is back for its 5th season!
The franco-colombian improvisation league (LIFC), started in fall 2010, was founded by the CJFCB and was inspired by Quebec’s national improvisation league (LNI). Ever since their first training sessions with professionals from the LNI, our young participants have demonstrated a great interest in this art form. Over the years, this interest has grown in the […]Read More
February 2015 : Local involvement prior to a global departure!
For the second time this year, the Conseil Jeunesse is involved in the Francophone School Council’s (CSF) international travel project. Our involvement was born from a shared vision between the CSF and our organisation, which is that experiential learning is necessary for the development and growth of youth, but also that financial barriers should never […]Read More