L'Assemblée de la francophonie de l'Ontario (AFO) is the uniting organization and the political voice of Francophonie in Ontario. Its mandate is to consult with the francophone community of Ontario and serve as its spokesperson. It most notably strives to promote and defend the rights of 744 000 Franco-Ontarians.
L'Assemblée de la francophonie de l'Ontario (AFO) is the uniting organization and the political voice of Francophonie in Ontario.
A French Ontario united in its diversity, unified in its actions and collectively engaged to ensure its own well-being.
The Structure of the AFO
The AFO provides a framework for representation and consultation.
Click the following links to get more information on the different parts of the AFO.
- Annual General Meetings
- The Board of Directors
- The President
- Executive Management
- The AFO Team
This map provides information about the 5 regions of Ontario, as defined by the AFO.
The Board of Directors
The AFO is headed by a Board of Directors. The board has 11 members, including:
- the President;
- 1 representative from each of the 5 regions of Ontario;
- 1 representative from the identity group “elderly and retired”;
- 1 representative from the identity group “women”;
- 1 representative from the identity group “youth”; and
- 2 representatives from the Francophone Racial and Ethnocultural Minorities (FREM) community.
The Board of Directors 2016-2018
The AFO Team
Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario
336-435 Donald street
Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4X5
Toll free: 1-866-596-4692
Our hours of operation are 8am to 4pm.
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