Fun, informative vignettes about Ontario and the Francophones that have made their mark throughout the years.
Vidéo - Maryse Glaude-Beaulieu´s Triumph
Maryse Glaude-Beaulieu´s doctors said she was destined to life as a deaf, blind, non-verbal person with a severe intellectual disability. And yet she became the first person in Francophone Ontario to finish her studies in a regular school. Her courage ...
Vidéo - Northern Ontario´s Treasures
What child hasn´t heard the story of Fred La Rose, who, in 1903, threw his hammer to scare off a fox and happened upon Cobalt´s rich silver deposits? From Timmins gold to Sudbury nickel, this video shows us just some of the riches that Northern Ontario...
Vidéo - Michaëlle Jean, A Unique, Inspiring Woman
Michaëlle Jean is a modern-day pioneer. In 2005, she became the 27th Governor General of Canada, representing the Queen of England on Canadian soil. This icon is the very symbol of perseverance, compassion and diversity, paving the way for visible mino...
Vidéo - To Touch the Roof of the World
Ever since he was very little, Jean-François Carrey has dreamed of climbing the 8850 meters to the top of Mount Everest. With determination and a great deal of hard work, he finally made his dream a reality, spending an entire 20 minutes looking down f...
Vidéo - The Colourful Language of Slam
Slam is an excellent way to show off the diversity of Ontario´s Francophonie. Today, racial minorities make up 10% of the province´s Francophone population. Whether from the Middle East, Europe, Africa or Asia, these French speakers are building a whol...