73 years of history!

Since its creation in 1945, the British Columbia Francophone Federation (BCFF) contributed to the promotion of the Francophonie in North America, especially on the West Coast. Previously named the British Columbia French-Canadian Federation, the FFCB developed and now represents more than 40 member organizations contributing to the unfolding and support of the British Columbia Francophone community.

Here are a few pictures from the British Columbia Francophone Federation archives:

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For the 70th anniversary of the Francophone Federation, we made an historical presentation of the BCFF.  Do not hesitate to watch it through the link below!