Auberge Francophone


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Auberge Francophone
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Auberge Francophone is a non-profit organization. With a provincial mandate for the socio-economic integration of francophone newcomers, and the cultural, social, and economic growth and development of Francophones and francophone ethnic racial minorities in the province of Ontario. We are located at 925 Albion Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9V 1A6.

In this context, we have the opportunity to implement various projects in collaboration with the government. As a matter of routine, we offer services to the Francophone diversity in Ontario, especially in the city where we have offices.

Services Offered

Settlement and Integration

  • Offers workshops on the integration process, raising awareness of civic duties and obligations (voting, volunteering in the community)
  • Information services for newcomers, providing them with access to quality information, according to their status.
  • Services to help immigrants and French-speaking refugees find employment.
  • Services to help people in difficult situations obtain government assistance in terms of financial aid and housing.
  • We offer training and workshops on many topics.

Areas of Intervention

  • Accompaniment and individual consultation in legal services for French-speaking black newcomers, and Francophones in general.
  • Facilitation of workshops on family law (alimony, divorce obligations, parental responsibility) and language law.
  • Facilitation of workshops on family conflicts (between couples and parents, fathers, and children).
  • Family reconciliation referral service (counselling).
  • Mediation Services.

Home Support Services

Shopping; Gardening; Cleaning; Snow removal; Light housework; Laundry; Painting, Minor repairs. We need to help them and run errands for them, or perform tasks for them, given their reduced mobility. Food distribution to seniors, meals-on-wheels, special occasion meals.

Current Projects

We have two projects underway. A priority project to recruit talented young leaders to implement exciting projects. As part of this initiative, we have allocated a budget of up to $5,000 to support these projects.

Our main objective is to find young people with exceptional leadership, excellent writing skills (one of the most important elements) and experience in project implementation. We are looking for enthusiastic, self-starters who have developed solid projects in the past.

We are primarily targeting young black people between the ages of 15 and 30, living in Toronto or the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). Priority will be given to recruiting Canadians, permanent residents, and recognized refugees.

Second Projects

Distribution of gifts to Francophone families in the Greater Toronto Area. The event will take place on December 9, 2023, from 1 to 4 p.m. at 925 Albion Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9V 1A6.



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