In order to develop the French language outside Quebec, Canada has just launched a pilot program called "Welcoming Francophone Communities". This initiative, which is part of the federal strategy on Francophone immigration, aims to support the creation of "Spaces across the country where French-speaking newcomers will feel welcome". The device ? Once identified, the selected cities or regions will need to establish a community advisory council and develop a specific action plan to address local issues. The latter will have to be validated by the Canadian Immigration Department, which will allocate funding to develop programs and activities aimed at fostering the integration and retention of Francophone immigrants. The device has a budget of $ 12.6 million Canadian over three years.

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