Fonds Tc 45 (A.82-21) - Franco-Manitoban Society / Société franco-manitobaine fonds

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Franco-Manitoban Society / Société franco-manitobaine fonds

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CA UMASC Tc 45 (A.82-21)

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  • 1975 (Creation)

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2 audio reels.
1 audio cassette.

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(1968-)

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The Franco-Manitoban Society/Société franco-manitobaine (SFM) was established in 1968. Committed to the defence of Franco-Manitoban community it has its roots in the Association de l'ducation des Canadiens-francais du Manitoba, which was organized in 1916. The SFM is concerned with the demands and the legal controversies surrounding the recognition of the Francophone community's linguistic rights.

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The fonds was donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in 1982 by Arthur Millward of St. John's College, University of Manitoba.

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The fonds consists of recordings of proceedings of a symposium held by the Franco-Manitoban Society at St. John's College on January 17-18, 1975. The symposium was sponsored by St. John's College, University of Manitoba. Robert Painchaud, who spoke at the January 1975 symposium, was a historian and professor at the University of Winnipeg. Painchaud spoke about the history of Franco-Manitobans, and their image and identity. Another speaker at the symposium was Father Laval Cloutier, principal of the College de St. Boniface, who spoke about bilingual education in Manitoba.

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  • English

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