ACFO Régionale Hamilton
ACFO Régionale Hamilton promotes the development and well-being of Hamilton’s francophone community. It ensures the community’s visibility and acts as a spokesperson for francophones on the political stage. ACFO Régionale Hamilton supports l’Interagence and coordinates other local initiatives related to community development such as the RDIF (Francophone Networking Luncheons), the celebration of Franco-Ontarian Day, Franco-Ontarians, and the bilingual services promotion campaign BonjourWelcome.
Hamilton Community Legal Clinic
Hamilton Community Legal Clinic is a non-profit bilingual (English/French) organization whose diverse team of dedicated professionals and volunteers provides legal services to low-income people and communities in order to promote access to justice and improve the quality of life. The clinic offers legal counselling and representation services, and conducts legal education activities for the general public, law reform and community development.
Collège Boréal is the premier francophone community college serving the Hamilton region. Boréal offers a variety of programs, including French as a Second Language as well as employment services and programs and services for newcomers.
Centre de santé communautaire Hamilton/Niagara
The Hamilton/Niagara Community Health Centre is mandated to provide health, social and community services in French to improve the health and quality of life of Francophones in Hamilton and Niagara. The Centre offers primary health services, health promotion services, and specialized services (mental health, violence and sexual assault, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The Centre also offers services to newcomers (establishment, orientation, community connections, school workers).
Réseau en immigration francophone du Centre-Sud-Ouest
The purpose of this network is to promote immigration to Ontario’s francophone minority communities. The network excels at coordinating, recommending, planning and implementing initiatives and projects in the field of francophone immigration.
Centre francophone Hamilton
Centre francophone Hamilton (CFH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of francophone arts and culture through community activities in the greater Hamilton area. The CFH coordinates recurrent activities such as the reading club, improvisation evenings, painting classes, and larger projects such as the youth camps and the FrancoFEST festival.
Entité² de planification des services de santé en français
The mandate of Entité² is to advise and inform the local Health Integration Network (LHIN) on issues related to health services, needs and priorities of francophones living in Waterloo-Wellington-Hamilton-Niagara-Haldimand-Brant. Entité² ensures the availability of and access to integrated services in order to improve the health of the francophone population.
Conseil scolaire Viamonde
Conseil scolaire Viamonde is a network of secular French-language schools located in the Central Southwest Region. Conseil scolaire Viamonde teaches and guides students in an atmosphere that promotes the growth and success of each young person. The schools located in the Hamilton area are:
- École secondaire Georges-P. Vanier (Hamilton)
- École élémentaire Pavillon de la jeunesse (Hamilton)
- École élémentaire Renaissance (Burlington)
Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir
Csc MonAvenir’s elementary and secondary schools deliver high quality education in a 100% francophone environment. As a Catholic school board, the Csc MonAvenir guides its students into becoming engaged citizens in their community, capable of proudly affirming their faith, their language and their culture. The graduates are fully bilingual and can choose to attend English language or French language post secondary institutions. There are no tuitions fees and transportation is provided within the catchment area. Csc MonAvenir’s schools in Hamilton and Burlington are:
- École élémentaire catholique Notre-Dame (Hamilton)
- École secondaire Académie catholique Mère-Teresa (Hamilton)
- École élémentaire catholique Monseigneur-de-Laval (Hamilton)
- École élémentaire catholique Saint-Philippe (Burlington)
Société économique de l’Ontario
The Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO) is a provincial network that takes an innovative and dynamic approach to economic development, entrepreneurship, employability and immigration to consolidate Ontario’s Francophone and bilingual economic space. An acknowledged leader, the Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO), through its professional team, uses an inclusive approach that ensures full participation by the Francophone and bilingual community’s stakeholders in fostering the prosperity of Ontario and Canada.