Linda Beaudet has enriched Grande Prairie's French immersion community for 30 years by encouraging kids to learn a second language in order to become good bilingual citizens.
Dr. Sonia Thibault transformed a negative experience with a dentist at a young age into a passion by becoming a dentist herself today in Fort McMurray Alberta. She offers healthcare in French, fulfilling a great need.
Several families originally from Africa now live in Fort McMurray. They share their stories of separation, transition and resilience as they also recount what they've experienced during the devastating wildfire of 2016.
Denis St-Laurent is a friendly car mechanic from Grande Prairie. His He grew up loving to fix things and now he uses his skills and his business to help people and to make sure that his son has the best life possible.
In the 70's & 80's, leaders fought for an education system to preserve French language and culture in Alberta. Today, l'École Nouvelle-Frontière in Grande Prairie thrives due to a magnetic and energetic principal!
As a little girl, Lison Laverdière would watch Elvis movies and loved the men's hairstyles so much that she dreamed of becoming a barber one day. Lison’s is a story of passion and determination as she made her dream come true
Immigration has greatly contributed to the increase of the francophone population in Alberta in recent years. Newcomers are expanding the community in a beautiful way.
Patrick Arès-Pilon is a photographer, filmmaker, performance and installation artists whose work has been shown internationally. He is one of the only people in the world to master and maintain the view-master medium.
Four young people, one fancy RV and 36 hours together on a trip from Edmonton to Jasper. A camping adventure in the Canadian Rockies forges a new friendship between the twentysomethings.
Randy Boissonnault is originally from the french town of Morinville Alberta. Morinville is named after Jean-Baptiste Morin who, in 1890, was tasked with drawing French-Canadian settlers from Quebec to the West.
Beaumont, Alberta is a community founded by French settlers. In the heart of the town lies its newest and very popular restaurant, Chartier.
Before the telephone, electricity and the internet took over the world, there was a sense of adventure and hope that brought many families to leave everything they knew to become settlers in Alberta.