From left to right, David Doloreux, Marc-François Bernier, Lucie Hotte, Michel Bock, Linda Cardinal, Joël Beddows and Nathalie Bélanger, Canadian Francophonie Research Chairholders, in front of sculptor Michel Goulet’s installation in honour of Félix Lecl

The University currently has seven Canadian Francophonie Research Chairholders working in various disciplines.  

Canadian Francophonie: A bridge between disciplines

The University of Ottawa’s Research Chairs in Canadian Francophonie program is designed so that the individual chairs are closely connected, forming a network of researchers with distinct interests who can still work together and grow. The program was created in 2003 in order to strengthen the University of Ottawa’s position as a leader in research on the Canadian and North American Francophonie. The University currently has seven Canadian Francophonie Research Chairholders working in various disciplines connected to the faculties of Arts, Social Sciences and Education, as well as the Telfer School of Management.

Nadine Saint-Amour
Published: February 2011

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