Centre franco-ontarien de folklore

The Franco-Ontarian folklore Center is a leader in the field of conservation and development of heritage. The work of its founder, Father Germain Lemieux, and the realization of the Inventory of Franco-Ontarian heritage have earned it an enviable reputation. Recognized as Provincial Heritage Organization in 1991, its mission is to collect, preserve and enhance the Franco-Ontarian oral heritage. The center is dedicated to the research and interpretation of the Franco-Ontarian collecting and archiving its material, spiritual, symbolic and historic heritage. The center offers workshops and lectures, a reference library, guided tours of exhibitions relating to French Canadian culture, a database on the Franco-Ontarian heritage and folklore archives.

Website: www.cfof.on.ca

Type: Archives | Resources

Sculpture of Father Lemieux at the Centre franco-ontarian de folklore

Sculpture of Father Lemieux at the Centre franco-ontarian de folklore

Sculpture of Father LemieuxThe sculpture entitled Le four à pain by Maurice Gaudrault, features the founder of the Centre franco-ontarien de folklore...

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Sculpture of Father Lemieux at the Centre franco-ontarian de folklore

Sculpture of Father Lemieux at the Centre franco-ontarian de folklore

Sculpture of Father LemieuxThe sculpture entitled Le four à pain by Maurice Gaudrault, features the founder of the Centre franco-ontarien de folklore...