CCFM

Bent on discoverycreation, and surprise, the Centre culturel franco-manitobain (CCFM) offers a variety of activities to suit all ages and all tastes. Since 1974, the Centre has played an important role by featuring all forms of French-language artistic and cultural activities. It has given all Manitobans a chance to experience French Canadian culture. Recognized as a cultural centre and crossroad for French cultural life in Manitoba, it implements a performing arts and visual arts program as well as a community and educational program for residents of Manitoba. Located in the heart of Saint-Boniface, the French quarter of Winnipeg, CCFM organizes seasonal events every year, which actively contribute to the cultural vitality of the Franco-Manitoban community.

Mission

Innovative, dynamic and welcoming, the CCFM is a catalyst for artistic vitality, making it the ultimate meeting place for a modern and diverse Francophonie, connected to its culture.

Vision

The CCFM is a crossroads of Francophone artistic and cultural vitality, as well as an essential economic and social player in the community.

In 1898, the Sisters of the Holy Name of Jesus and Mary received this site from the Archbishop of St. Boniface and built the first St. Joseph’s Academy. The Oblate Fathers purchased the building in 1913 and it became “Le Juniorat de la Sainte-Famille”. It was demolished in 1971 to permit the construction of the new Centre culturel franco-manitobain according to the plans of the architect Étienne Gaboury. The CCFM, a Manitoba Crown Corporation, was incorporated in 1972 and opened its doors on January 25, 1974. Two new buildings have been added to the complex since then: the Centre du patrimoine, managed by the St-Boniface Historical Society and the Cercle Molière theatre.

Michelle Gervais, President

Louis St-Cyr, Vice President

Alphonse Lawson-Héllu, Treasurer

Karine Beaudette, Secretary

Edward Grenier, Councillor

Wilgis Agossa, Administrator

Marcelle Lussier, Administrator

Gilles Pelletier, Councillor

CONFIDENTIALITY OF CCFM CLIENTS

The Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain is committed to respecting the privacy of its customers. This privacy statement summarizes the privacy practices of the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain in its online activities. Your personal information will not be shared, sold, rented, exchanged, or disclosed in any way to any third party, unless you give your consent, or disclosure is required by law.

All personal information collected by the Centre is governed by the Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels – ouvrira un nouvel onglet Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels. You will be informed of the purposes for which your information is being collected and how you can exercise your right of access to that information.

 

WHEN YOU CONTACT THE CCFM

If you choose to send an e-mail to the Centre, your personal information will only be used by the Centre to respond to your request for information or reservation. The Centre does not use this information to create individual profiles. The Centre does not disclose any information to anyone other than the Centre’s staff who will be required to respond to your request.

WHEN YOU VISIT THE CCFM SOCIAL NETWORKS

he CFFM uses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more information, please visit the following pages:

You can also install a privacy plug-in or extension in your browser.

 

DIGITAL MARKERS

A “cookie” is a resource created by your browser to remember certain pieces of information that will be used by the web server as a reference during your visit to a website or on subsequent visits to that website. Cookies and web beacons are examples of digital tags.

Digital tags allow a Web site to recognize a visitor each time he or she visits a site and to keep track of the information he or she views on the site, allowing site administrators to ensure a more efficient search for visitors. Markers can also be used to track site traffic for advertising, marketing, or promotional purposes.

The Center uses both session and persistent digital tags at certain locations on its Web site. During your online visit, your browser exchanges data with the Center’s web server. However, the digital tags do not allow the Center to identify you.

You can adjust your browser settings to reject digital tags, including cookies. However, this may affect your ability to interact with the Centre’s website.

LINKS IN THE CCFM WEBSITE

On our website, we sometimes provide links to websites hosted by our partners or independent companies that we think may be of interest to you. These sites are not governed by this Privacy Policy and the Centre makes no representations about their practices with respect to your personal information. We recommend that you review the privacy policy of each website you visit.

 

REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THESE PRACTICES

Questions, comments, concerns or complaints regarding the administration of the Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels – ouvrira un nouvel onglet Loi sur la protection des renseignements personnels, as well as the privacy policies regarding CCFM’s web presence can be addressed to our Communications Department:

  • Centre Culturel Franco Manitobain
    340, boulevard Provencher
    Winnipeg (Manitoba) R2H 0G7
  • communications@ccfm.mb.ca
  • 204-233-8972, poste/ext. 433

If you are not satisfied with the response, you may contact the Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada – ouvrira un nouvel onglet Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée du Canada, to the number 1-800-282-1376.

 Communications and Marketing Manager

The Centre culturel franco-manitobain is recruiting a Communications and Marketing Manager.

Programming and rental event operator

The Centre culturel franco-manitobain is looking for a dynamic, experienced and bilingual individual to manage event rooms and rentals.

Bar Attendant for the CCFM

The Centre culturel franco-manitobain (CCFM) is looking for dynamic, experienced and bilingual individuals to work at the bar. The barperson manages the bar and provides customer service.

Ginette Lavack

Executive Director
T : 204.233.8972, poste 428
C : glavack@ccfm.mb.ca

Besse Sady

Assistant to the Executive Director
T : 204.233.8972, poste 423
C : bsady@ccfm.mb.ca

Ousséni Hébie

Administrative and Financial Director
T : 204.233.8972, poste 431
C : ohebie@ccfm.mb.ca

Djeneba Diop

Accounting Officer
T : 204.233.8972, poste 424
C : ddiop@ccfm.mb.ca

Liliane Lavack

Director of artistic and cultural programming

T : 204.233.8972 poste 443
T : 204.997.5488
C: llavack@ccfm.mb.ca

Marie Lorrain

Coordinator of artistic and cultural programming
T: 204.233.8972, poste 443
C : mlorrain@ccfm.mb.ca

Mélanie Rey

Coordinator of artistic and cultural programming
T : 204.233.8972, poste 443
C : mrey@ccfm.mb.ca

Eléa Boisrivaud 

Artistic and Cultural Programming Agent
T : 204.233.8972, poste 443
C:agentprogrammation@ccfm.mb.ca

Sassandra Bergounioux

Director of Communications and Marketing
T : 204.233.8972, poste 433
communications@ccfm.mb.ca

Fanny Lin 

Communications and marketing agent

T : 204.233.8972, poste 443
C : flin@ccfm.mb.ca

Pierre Mekrabech

Director of Commercialization
T : 204.233.8972, poste 429
C:pmekrabech@ccfm.mb.ca

Lassana Traoré

Customer Service Coordinator
T : 204.233.8972, poste 430
C : ltraore@ccfm.mb.ca

Gabriella Keza

Hall Rental Assistant
T : 204.233.8972, poste 422
C : gkeza@ccfm.mb.ca

Rebecca Niamien

Receptionist
T : 204.233.8972, poste 421
C : reception@ccfm.mb.ca

Andrew Toffen

Technical coordinator
T : 204.233.8972, poste 426
C: technique@ccfm.mb.ca

Jean Forest

Chief of maintenance
T : 204.233.8972, poste 420
C : jforest@ccfm.mb.ca

Jean-Louis Normand

Janitorial Supervisor