Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network
Community Advisory Board (CAB)
Welcoming francophone communities initiative
Following the launch of welcoming francophone communities initiative (WFC) through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) in 2018, a community advisory board (CAB) was formed to bring together stakeholders around the implementation of the welcoming francophone communities (WFC) within Municipalities of Taché, La Broquerie and the town of Ste Anne, in the Riviere-Seine region and ensure the efficiency of the pilot project in order to cover as many of the needs of Francophone newcomers to the region as possible.
The Welcoming Communities initiative is in its second phase of implementation of the community plan activities.
For this purpose, in collaboration with the Manitoba Francophone Immigration Network (RIF MB), the Community Advisory Board is required to:
- Provide an advisory function in the implementation phase.
- Share information.
CAB & RIF Manitoba
RIF Manitoba is a resource for the Community Advisory Board. The RIF Manitoba provides its resources and expertise to support the board in its mission. The board works closely and transparently with the RIF Manitoba.
Necessary and relevant information is shared for the implementation of the Community Business Plan. The secretariat and the logistical organization of the CAB meetings are provided by the RIF.
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membres of CAB for Welcoming francophone community initiative in Riviere-Seine region
Sectors: French-language education throughout the province and specifically in the Riviere-Seine region
Sectors: french education eastern region – Riviere-Seine
Sectors: culture in town of Ste Anne
Sectors: community, youth, culture in La Broquerie & in Manitoba
Sectors: community development, eastern region economic development (WFC)
Observer member: municipalities in the regions involved in the pilot project; Taché, La Broquerie & town of Ste Anne
Observer member: manager of Manitoba Bilingual Service Centres