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Francophone School Boards

The Canadian constitution was brought back to Canada in 1982.

Franco-Albertans were given the right to their own school councils through the case of Jean-Claude Mahé, Paul Dubé, and Angeline Martel (cas Mahé).

With these tools, Francophones living in a minority situation can finally offer their children school services that permit them to protect their linguistic heritage.

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