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Association canadienne-française de l'Alberta from 1955 to the year 2000
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L’Association canadienne-française
de l’Alberta
from 1955 to the
year 2000

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In 1925, the Franco-Albertan community felt the need to create a provincial association. Some three hundred people attended a banquet that was held at the MacDonald Hotel on the 13th of December 1925. This marked the beginning of the Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta (ACFA).
Since the very beginning of its foundation, the ACFA has always had to focus on two different kinds of activities : those having to do with the internal development of the community and those having to do with the establishment and maintenance of relations with outside groups and with governments.


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