Government of New Brunswick

Minister Responsible for
La Francophonie
Hon. Glen Savoie

The Canadian Francophonie division coordinates and promotes the Government of New Brunswick’s activities related to the Canadian Francophonie with the provinces, territories, and the federal government. It works closely with various levels of government, social groups, government agencies, and non-profit organizations to promote the interest of the people of New Brunswick. 

  • Francophonie Across Canada (interactive map)
  • Quebec-New Brunswick Cooperation Agreement
    • The Canadian Francophonie Support Program (CFSP) provides funding to projects that aim to:
      • Support the development of Francophone and Acadian communities in Canada.
      • Promote and encourage the use of French in Canada.
      • Strengthen ties between Quebecers and Francophones and Francophiles in Canada.
      • Strengthen adherence to an inclusive pan-Canadian Francophonie.

If you are interested in applying for funding for your project, please click here for the application. 

  • Manitoba-New Brunswick Cooperation Agreement
    • This program aims to fund projects that share resources, information, and best practices on efforts to enhance the provision of services to their respective francophone communities. Both provinces agree to explore areas of co-operation in French language services.

If you are interested in applying for funding for your project, please click here for the application.

The international Francophonie division coordinates and promotes the Government of New Brunswick’s activities related to the international Francophonie. The Branch looks after the development and implementation of the action plan for the international Francophonie with the objective of identifying economic, cultural, institutional, and other opportunities for the people of New Brunswick.

New Brunswick’s bilateral agreements:


Minister Responsible
for Official Languages
Hon. Blaine Higgs