Moose Jaw and Gravelbourg are now part of the Welcoming Francophone Communities initiative (WFC)


Moose Jaw and Gravelbourg were selected to take part in the Welcoming Francophone Communities initiative (WFC), ( This initiative will benefit from the support of the Francophone Immigration Network of Saskatchewan (RIF-SK) ( for its implementation. 14 communities across Canada outside of Quebec were chosen to take part in this initiative. Its goal is to strengthen the inclusion and retention of French-speaking newcomers to Canada.


The Welcoming Francophone Communities initiative is part of a national strategy ( Its aims to enhance the vitality of Francophone minority communities through immigration.


 The communities of Moose Jaw and Gravelbourg already offer Francophone schools ( and French immersion schools (, French classes ( and a vibrant Francophone presence (

For more information, please contact Sandrine Lebon, (, project officer of the Francophone Immigration Network of Saskatchewan, at  (306) 513-6515.