Association des francophones de Nanaimo


The AFN is a non-profit organization mandated to respond to the needs and expectations of the Francophones and Francophiles population of the Nanaimo region.

Festival News!

Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Érable 2010

The next Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Érable will take place from February 13 to 15, 2015.

This year, we celebrate the failies who attend the Festival. Our theme: We Are Family!

Opening Hours:
• Friday, February 13:
4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
• Saturday, February 14:
9:00 am to 8:00 pm
• Sunday, February 15:
9:00 am to 4:00 pm


The 13th edition of the Maple Sugar Festival du Sucre d'Érable took place from February 14 to 16, 2014, and celebrated love and passion throughout the St-Valentine's Weekend.

We thank all who attended, our generous partners, the dedicated volunteers, and the organizing committee for helping make the 2014 event once again a fun and successful Festival.

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News from L'AFN
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> A lovely annual tradition presented by L'AFN returns on December 13, 2014: The Christmas Celebration!

> The December 2014 edition of the e-newsletter for L'AFN (also available as a PDF file).

> Help raise funds for L'Association des francophones de Nanaimo while shopping for gifts! Please visit our online store.

> Our next Meet and Greet (5 à 7)

> Le Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Briannique - The French Education Authority of B.C. (School District No. 93) - is offering high school courses in French as a first language online.

We thank our government funders

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