Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network
Who we are
The establishment of RIF result from the implementation of the recommendations of the Strategic Plan to foster Immigration within CFSM
The establishment of RIF result from the implementation of the recommandations of the strategic plan to foster immigration within CFSM (PDF – 700 Ko).
The Francophone Immigration Networks (RIF) are community partnerships that are being developed to:
1. Ensure consultation and promote partnerships with stakeholders from different sectors (community, private, para-public, governments and municipalities);
2. Identify community and newcomer needs, gaps and assets across the settlement continuum;
3. Develop Francophone immigration action plans that respond to identified needs, gaps and assets and guide national Francophone immigration priorities;
4. Raise awareness, mobilize and support communities and partners in the implementation of a Francophone immigration action plan.
As well as, Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network (RIF MB), a initiative for Société de la francophonie manitobaine (SFM), is a part of 13 Francophone Immigration Network across Canada outside of Quebec, so provided at the national level by the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne (FCFA).
Mission, Vision, Value
Across Manitoba, RIF MB mobilizes, coordinates and supports the key stakeholders in the Francophone immigration service continuum to develop and implement strategies and concerted action plans for recruitment, reception and the successful integration of French-speaking newcomers based on a detailed knowledge of their needs.
Manitoba's Francophone community has a diverse population that attracts and integrates a growing number of French-speaking immigrants, who participates in its renewal and proudly contribute to its dynamism.
The values of Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network are organised within:
• Newcomer-focused decisions.
• Through, for and with Francophones.
Immigration, Citizenship Canada Steering Commitee - francophone minority communities is unacceptable
Immigration, Citizenship Canada Steering Commitee - Francophone minority communities
The launch of the action plan for for official languages
Strategic Plan to Foster Immigration within Francophone Minority Communities
Strategic Plan to Foster Immigration within Francophone Minority Communities (CFSM)
Concertation and integration network in Manitoba
Transition on concertation network to Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network
new visual identity, SAME DYNAMIC NETWORK!
To reflect its strength and richness, RIF MB has developed its new visual identity which will be applied to all our communication tools.
Meaning of our logo
The five colours, yellow, green, purple, blue and red remind us of the Francophonie, and shape the fingers of a hand, who represents the members of Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network (RIF MB) there are all important, independent, autonomous but constitute a force of one hand when they are united.
The palm of the hand, representing the Manitoba and the Provincial mandate of RIF MB.
The maple leaf is the symbol of Canada, representing the extend of our work and contribution.