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Two French Language Exhibitions at Toronto School

By Eric Wong, Toronto

Exhibitions on display at Toronto French SchoolExhibitions on display at Toronto French School

Toronto French School (TFS) celebrated Earth Week from April 18 to 21. TFS – Canada’s International School is a bilingual, coeducational and non-denominational independent school for students from age 2 to university entrance that provides students with an international perspective.

The senior school was so delighted to hold both French language exhibitions "Seeds of Hope: Visions of Sustainability, Steps Toward Change" and "Everything You Treasure- For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons." Shown in the school's main lobby, more than 1,000 people including students, staff, parents and visitors benefited from messages of awareness, hope and action contained in the exhibitions. TFS EcoloLeader, Madame Josette Bouchard-Muller wrote an appreciation letter to SGI Canada: 

On behalf of Toronto French School, I would like to thank you for lending us the two exhibits “Seeds of Hope” and “Everything You Treasure-For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons.” The link to information was provided to teachers ahead of time to allow integration and use of the material in the curriculum. There were visits from classes during the whole week and also viewing from our external visitors as the exhibits were part of our Earth Week, where we received the famous environmentalist, activist Yann Arthus-Bertrand who is in total alignment with your values. 

Thanks again for sharing this beautiful material and ideas with us. 

Madame Josette Bouchard-Muller

SGI Canada was happy to support Toronto French School during Earth Week.