Your Projects and Activities
Colibri is the CJFCB's new project for French-speaking young people who want to get involved in issues of environmental protection and the fight against global warming.
For the seventh consecutive year and for the first time in spring, every grade 8 student in the Francophone School District (CSF) will get the chance to live an incredible experience at leadership camps, organized in partnership with British Columbia’s Francophone Youth Council. These camps take place in an extracurricular framework and aim to […]
Cette année le Réseau jeunesse, en collaboration avec le Conseil jeunesse et le Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique, organise la toute première édition d’un tournoi de soccer provincial. Le tournoi aura lieu à Vancouver, près de l’école secondaire Jules-Verne. Cet événement tournoi a pour but d’offrir un environnement de jeu amical dans un bon esprit de compétition. C'est aussi une belle occasion de rencontrer des élèves de partout en province !
Connecte is THE youth engagement project created by the CJFCB in partnership with Employment and Social Development Canada! It is intended for youth between the ages of 14 and 25 who wish to commit to their community, as well as to all associations and French-speaking organizations concerned with making the voice of young people heard. […]
Linguistic Security: The Conseil Jeunesse youth are in action! WHAT IS LINGUISTIC SECURITY? It’s a fact that many francophone people feel a certain uneasiness to the notion of expressing themselves in French. What are the causes of this discomfort and how can they be addressed? Following these questions, the Linguistic Security Committee was created to […]
Crescendo is a provincial performing arts show, for students of grades 8 to 12, organized by the CJFCB in partnership with B.C.’s Francophone School District (CSF). Video credits @Gaëtan Nerincx For this 5th edition, the Crescendo format will be adapted to the current context. However, rest assured, because fun and artistic development will still be part of […]
Each participant is matched with a student from Quebec in the spring of the application year. In the fall of the exchange year, B.C. students and their families welcome the Quebec students with whom who they were matched with into their homes. For three months, the B.C. and Quebec students attend school and participate in local activities together. In late January, the B.C. students travel to Quebec, and spend three months there living with the Quebec students and their families, attending school, and experiencing Quebec culture.
In collaboration with the Jules-Verne High School in Vancouver, the Francophone Youth Council (CJFCB) organized for the second time a series of thematic workshops for their students. On the program last winter were photo workshops, creation of B.D., painting, engraving, Tawashi, indigenous cultural workshop, soccer, dance, music production, transition to university, theatre, board games, […]
Imagined by the CSF in collaboration with the CJFCB, Fusion is aiming to gather students from the 15 CSF secondary schools from across the province with a common goal : getting involved in the student community, at school and provincewide. Representants of the Youth network (the provincial student council), members of school student councils and […]
The Conseil Jeunesse presents for the second edition the Empreintes project in BC! This project is in partnership with the Francophone School District and ENSEMBLE, for the respect of diversity, an organisation that promotes diversity and respect. This new project, which will be BY and FOR youth, aims to prevent violence and discrimination in schools […]
THE PROGRAM Managed by La Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française, Languages at Work is a joint initiative of the Explore program and Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages. Designed for Explore bursary recipients, Languages at Work offers them unique opportunities to continue learning their second language in a professional context. This summer,UBC will be […]
THE 18+ FRANCOPHONE COMMITEE, WHAT IS IT? The francophone youth council of British Columbia (CJFCB) proposes activities in french to all french speaking persons of 18 years of age or older. The council adapts according to interests and incentives from the community. The committee organizes activities such as evenings at local restaurants, outdoor activities, […]
The Boîte.fm is your francophone youth radio for B.C. If you’re interested in being a journalist, a host or a specialized technician, the Boîte.fm is the perfect project for. Aside from being a radio project, the Boite.fm is also a media platform made for the young, by the young!
Do you want to develop your leadership skills? Do you want to represent your school and participate in the implementation of concrete projects for youth? The Youth network is THE ideal student gathering for you! All year long you will participate in meetings organized by the Conseil Jeunesse with students from other CSF schools as well as receive training in leadership.