The gourmet festival celebrating French gastronomy and held across the globe is back ! Thousands of dinners “à la française” on the five continents will join on April 16th.
Night of Ideas: Being Alive
Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 5pm to 2am
Art Museum at the University of Toronto and Hart House
From all of us at the Consulate: Happy Holidays!
Speech by Mr Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs,
at the conference “Beyond 1989: Hopes & Disillusions after Revolutions”
Prague, 6 December 2019
Online applications for art and architecture studies are open on CampusArt network website until February 28, 2020.
The launch was hosted by Consul General of France in Toronto, Tudor Alexis, in the presence of several representatives from Ontario universities and local organizations.
Welcome to France is not only the new global strategy of Campus France but also a quality label granted to higher education institutions in France.
Call for applications open for young science-based foreign companies interested in identifying opportunities in France to develop their products or services and grow their business in France and Europe. Deadline : (…)
Do you teach French? Are you learning French? The FRED platform – www.franceducation.fr – offers you free access to a wide range of high-quality content: videos, texts, infographics, podcasts and more.
[PRESS RELEASE] First official visit to Toronto: French Minister of Culture Franck Riester devotes two days to cultural industries
Toronto, October 8, 2019. Franck Riester, French Minister of Culture, will make an official visit to Toronto on October 10 and 11. On this occasion, the Minister will meet with leading figures of cultural industries in which Toronto excels in order to increase the number of multidisciplinary partnerships between France and Canada.
For his first official visit to Canada, the French Minister of Culture chose to visit Toronto, a hub for creative and innovative young people, with a strong presence of French artists. The Toronto cultural scene also allows many French artists to showcase their talents at flagship events such as Toronto Arts Biennial, TIFF, Luminato or Nuit Blanche. Toronto has a vibrant cultural scene that offers many opportunities for exchange between Canada and France.
The Consulate will be closed on Monday October 14 2019 due to Thanksgiving Day.
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