Members and our Partners

Members and our partners

Since the beginning, membership was reserved for Francophone organizations and institutions. It was recently decided to allow individuals to become also members of SENAF.
Here is a list of our members:


ACFA régionale d’Edmonton
ACFA régionale de Centralta
Alberta West African Society
Alliance française d’Edmonton
Association Jeunesse-Famille de l’Alberta Society
Assemblée chrétienne Péniel
Association angolaise de l’Ouest du Canada
Association de la communauté burundaise d’Edmonton
Association Camerounaise d’Edmonton
Association culturelle rwandaise de l’Alberta
Association culturelle sénégalaise d’Edmonton
Association de la communauté congolaise d’Edmonton (ACCE)
Association multiculturelle francophone de l’Alberta
Campus Saint-Jean
Canadian Eyes of Citizen Bureau of Alberta 
Centre culturel francophone de l’Alberta
Centre Jeunesse Coeur Ouvert
Chevaliers de Colomb / Conseil St-Thomas d’Aquin
Coalition des femmes de l’Alberta
Conseil de l’école La Mission
Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord
École Notre-Dame
Église de la Seconde Gloire
Église de la Cité de Jérusalem
Farafina African Culture Festival Society
Fédération du sport francophone de l’Alberta
Francophonie jeunesse de l’Alberta
Institut Guy-Lacombe de la famille
La Cité Francophone
Le Club des Retraités d’Edmonton
Paroisse Sainte-Anne
Paroisse St-Joachim
Paroisse St-Thomas d’Aquin
Réseau santé albertain
Société des parents de l’école Maurice-Lavallée
Sœurs de Sainte-Croix


Edmonton Mennonite Center for Newcomers
Multicultural Health Brokers Coop
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Catholic Social Services
Institut Guy-Lacombe de la famille


Secrétariat francophone
Alberta Employement and Immigration 
Alberta Health Care and Wellness
Commissariat aux langues officielles 
Legal Aid Society


City of Edmonton

The Services d’Établissement pour les Nouveaux Arrivants Francophones (SENAF) is one of the most important partners of the North Central School Board. The projects in common with the schools, and partnerships for the middle and long term, have been numerous and worthwhile. Among these are the publication of a guide for parents of immigrant children, the orientation week for newcomers (SONA), and the three establishment workers in the schools (TEE), whose job is to deal with the integration needs of immigrant students and their families within the school and the community. The North Central School Board is proud to count the SENAF among its most important partners and collaborators.
Henri Lemire,
Managing Director