About FPFA

To ensure that bilingualism is acquired at an early age by francophone children, it is important to integrate the French language in their daily lives as soon as possible. With this reality in mind, FPFA provides its members with helpful information resources to guide parents.

Board of Directors

The 2017-2018 Board of Directors is comprised of twelve members. All are parents who foster the development of their children and la francophonie, bringing new ideas, innovating and analyzing FPFA’s current situation, while ensuring the proper functioning of the organization. Learn more.


The Fédération des parents francophones de l’Alberta (FPFA) had its beginnings in 1986, the result of an initiative by several parents who had the francophonie and the welfare of their children at heart. Learn more.


Discover the team behind FPFA. Learn more.

Annual Report

This section regroups the Federation’s annual reports in French. In these, you will find a review of the year ended. Learn more.

Rules and Regulations

Essential to the establishment of an organization, the development of a charter brings structure and ensures the stability of FPFA, while allowing it to attain its goals. Learn more.

Mission, Vision, Mandate

FPFA’s mission is to connect, challenge and consult parents, members and partners in the implementation of strategies aimed at increasing access to French programs and services, from pregnancy through to postsecondary level.

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