As a result of a need for unity, francophones in B.C. establish a provincial organization : The French-Canadian Federation of B.C., now known as the B.C. Federation of Francophones.
The francophone Scouts movement is established in Maillardville.
The Official Languages Act is adopted.
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms is adopted.
Creation of the B.C. Francophone Youth Council
The first francophone games of B.C. (or ‘Jeux francophones de la C.-B.’)
The Youth Council withdraws its membership from the B.C. Federation of Francophones.
The Supreme Court of British Columbia orders the provincial legislators to amend the School Act to recognize the particular rights stated in article 23. The francophone school district (or ‘Conseil scolaire francophone’) is now responsible for French as a first language education throughout all of B.C.’s territory.
The Youth Council is again a member of the B.C. Federation of francophones.
A guardianship agreement is signed between the Youth Council, Canadian Heritage (or ‘Patrimoine Canadien’) and the B.C. Federation of francophones in order to reform the Youth Council’s financial structure.
The tutorship is lifted and the Youth Council regains its status as an organization led by youth serving youth!