Fonds paa-7264 - Section Ste-Anne d'Edmonton sous-fonds

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Section Ste-Anne d'Edmonton sous-fonds

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CA PAA paa-7264

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  • 1973-1978 (Creation)
    Fédération des femmes canadiennes-françaises. La Régionale de L'Alberta

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0.01 m of textual records

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The Fédération des femmes canadiennes-françaises was founded in Ottawa, Ontario in 1914 by Madame Paul-Eugène Marchand, and received its official charter in 1918. The Fédération aimed to bring together women in francophone communities outside of Quebec. The Fédération's goals were to preserve French-Canadian culture, to work towards enhancing women's knowledge in all areas, such as education, the economy, and politics, and to defend the rights and well-being of women and families. The Régionale de l'Alberta was formed in January 1976 by previously established Edmonton branches, the Section Jean Patoine and Section Sainte-Anne, from Edmonton; sections in Calgary and Falher were contacted. Thérèse Lapierre-Laplante was the first regional president. In 1979, the Régionale de l'Alberta consisted of three branches: Jean Patoine (Edmonton, founded 1973), Lac Froid (Cold Lake, Grand Centre, Medley, founded 1978), and Saint-Isidore (Saint-Isidore, founded 1976), with Les Dames Chrétiennes de Girouxville as an affiliate from 1980. The second Edmonton branch, Sainte-Anne, existed from 1973 until 1978. Following major restructuring of the Fédération des femmes canadiennes-françaises into the Fédération nationals des femmes canadiennes-françaises in 1985, the Régionale de L'Alberta was dissolved April 4, 1987.

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The sous-fonds consists of the records of Section Ste-Anne d'Edmonton and includes minutes and correspondence.

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  • The material is in French and English.

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Access Conditions: None. Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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Record No. Fonds consists of the following accessions: PR1988.0110<br><br>

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