OPSEU’s Provincial Francophone Committee (PFC) successfully hosted the union’s second biennial Francophone Conference June 9-11, 2017. The event, “Our Language, Our Pride, Our Solidarity,” took place at the historic Lord Elgin Hotel in Ottawa, the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of
Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]
This year marks the seventh year since the launch of the OPSEU Social Mapping Project, and we have a lot to be proud of.
The term “francophonie,” first coined in 1880, was used to describe a group of individuals and countries who spoke French. More than a century later and with an estimated 274 million French speakers around the world, we come together on March 20 to celebrate International Francophonie Day.
Elections for OPSEU’s 21 Executive Board Members were held across the province on Saturday, March 18. Their terms are for two years.
From left to right: JL Roy (OPSEU Executive Board Liaison), Richard Belleau (Region 7), Nathalie Gareau Miskiw (Region 2), Hervé Cavanagh (Region 4), Elsa Linton (Region 3), Fridmar Facunda (OPSEU Staff)
Seated (L to R): Connie Collins (Region 1), Dan Brisson (Region 6)
- Division/Sector ExecutiveMember
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Member, Region 7
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Secretary/Treasurer
- Member, Region 2
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Member, Region 3
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Chair, Region 6
- Member, Region 6