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The Franco-manitoban School Division (French: Division scolaire franco-manitobaine) is a school division in Manitoba, Canada offering French-language education to its students. The right to French education was gained through Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Division was formed in 1994, following court challenges that established the rights of minority-language groups in Canada to separate education systems.

Division scolaire franco-manitobaine
1263 Dawson Road
Lorette, Manitoba
R0A 0Y0

Coordinates54°18′N 97°18′W / 54.3°N 97.3°W / 54.3; -97.3Coordinates: 54°18′N 97°18′W / 54.3°N 97.3°W / 54.3; -97.3
District information
MottoApprendre et grandir ensemble
SuperintendentAlain Laberge
Chair of the boardBernard Lesage
Students and staff
Students5666 (septembre 2018)
Other information
Elected trusteesBernard Lesage, Jean-Michel Beaudry, Denis Clément, Jonas Desrosiers, Yolande Dupuis, Adrien Grenier, Joël Lemoine, Sylvie Schmitt, Antonio Simard, Michel Simard, David Vielfaure.


23 Schools in the DivisionEdit

Adult Education CentreEdit

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