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History of the “Boutiller Family” of Nova Scotia
07 Sep, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

The “Boutillers” is about the history the Boutiller family of Nova Scotia. Told from the perspective of a 70 year old Boutiller lady and her 50 year old daughter. The older lady relieves her past living in Nova Scotia and the daughter talks about the general history.
Canada is officially a bilingual country which means many immigrants and refugees who come here
07 Sep, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

While French is recognized as an official language of Canada there are certainly challenges involved with living in a predominantly English speaking province as a francophone person. Now add to that being an immigrant or refugee and the challenge of integration into a community can be daunting. This piece will explore the issue of francophone immigrant and refugee integration in...
Prince George is a largely English-speakng city in central B.C. Thanks to the efforts of many people
07 Sep, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

In 1867, when Canada became a country, central B.C. was much different from today. French would have been at least as common as English, due to the number of fur traders and other pioneers making use of the Fraser and Nechako rivers. Today, while Prince George is a mainly English-speaking city fo about 80,000, the French heritage and culture is...
A look into the French Canadian comic scene: how it stands out against the English and European mark
24 Aug, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

The English market is dominating the comics industry, and Europe has a strong hold on the French side. Where does that leave Canada? Do we try and mimic the bigger industries or just do our own thing? We spoke to store owners and comic creators in Toronto and Montreal to find out the weird, unique state of French Canadian comics.
RVF 2016-2017 - Week 52 - CFUR #1
24 Aug, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

The CanQueer team interviews the University of Ottawa researcher Dr. Alexandre Baril. Dr Baril’s research into the under-representation of trans persons in faculty members in Canadian Universities, with a specific focus on the barriers contributing to the exclusion of trans people in the francophone university community.
CFUZ-FM in Penticton, BC
11 Aug, 2017 | 0:27:59 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

In the 80’s, Isabelle couldn’t make up her mind whether she wanted to live in Quebec or Bc. Every two years, she was moving from a province to another…and everytime she had a baby. “West” is the atypical story of 4 brothers who have in them a real cultural blend of French and English.
FUSION-On line in Toronto, ON
04 Aug, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

This show is centered around cultural education, focusing on: the arts, politics, language and literature, some comparisons in expressions, humor and culture of francophones from Quebec, Europe and other parts of North America and English speaking people
CKUT-FM in Montreal, PQ
28 Jul, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Montreal has a certain je ne sais quoi, especially when it comes to communication. From Bill-101 to the lyrics of local music groups, to restaurant menus and intercultural romance, this documentary explores the complexity and evolution of human communication in Montreal. We borrow from each other and jouer avec les mots. Some call it franglais, but it’s Montréalais.
CFBU-FM in St. Catharines, ON
21 Jul, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
FR | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

In this episode we meet three inspiring women who are embracing and promoting bilinguism. All three are connectors in their professional life, building bridges, communities, facilitating exchanges, and growth.
CJLY-FM in Nelson, BC
14 Jul, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

This audio segment took place in 1917 and brings to life 3 francophone pioneers: the couple Hortense & Henri Bourgeois and, Joseph-Oliva Patenaude. Through a fictional interview, the three pionneers tell us their respective life stories that each reveals how it was to live in Nelson and be a a French speaker in the late 1800s /early 1900.
CFMH-FM in Saint John, NB
07 Jul, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

In this show, the host Abigail chats her guest with Julia Rogers about her own background, the French/English divide in New Brunswick, the importance of French culture, and a unique project called Sam Chante.
CRFO-FM in Vancouver, BC
30 Jun, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
FR | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

The francophone artistic community is vibrant in British-Columbia. However, when it comes to financing some projects, help from Quebec or federal funders is still needed.
CJSR-FM in Edmonton, AB
23 Jun, 2017 | 0:28:31 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

What does it mean to live bilingually in Alberta? CJSR correspondent Marie Fontaine, a bilingual Edmontonian decided to find some answers.
CKUW-FM in Winnipeg, MB
06 Jun, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Let host Barney Morin tour you around St Boniface in Winnipeg, Manitoba, home a vibrant Franco-phone community. Settle in for a frank and honest discussion about the state of francophonie in both French and English
CFUR-FM in Prince George, BC
06 Jun, 2017 | 0:28:00 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Andrew John Soltis takes an in depth look at his own heritage and delves into the characters and voices peppered throughout his community of Prince George, BC. Speaking to both Metis elders and millennials alike, the presence of French language has a complex history in all our narratives. During discussions with professors at the University of Northern British Columbia Andrew...
CFUZ-FM in Penticton, BC
01 Jun, 2017 | 0:28:00 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Deep Down Inside is an intimate and hopeful look into the making of a relationship without a common language.
CKVS-FM in Salmon Arm, BC
25 May, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

In this show, you are invited to join Aidan White as he goes through the French Immersion program, a grade a day, hoping to learn the language and find the culture in his English speaking hometown.
CJAI-FM in Stella, ON
19 May, 2017 | 0:28:02 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Challenges of English speaking parents sending their children to French language schools in Eastern Ontario.
CJRU-AM in Toronto, ON
12 May, 2017 | 0:27:59 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Toronto is widely considered to be one of the most multicultural cities in Canada and even North America. This documentary looks into why french speaking new Canadians are moving to Toronto, how they integrate and make it feel like home.
CFYT-FM in Dawson City, YK
05 May, 2017 | 0:27:58 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | NCRA RVF 2016-2017

Francophones have been present in the Yukon ever since first contact was made with the territory’s aboriginal peoples. When the Klondike Gold Rush brought tens of thousands of fortune seekers to the region, and led to the founding of Dawson City, French-Canadians were in the forefront, and remained to become a key part of the fabric of town life. Today,...
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