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Outside La Cite Francophone
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This panorama was taken on Campus Saint-Jean of University of Alberta outside of La Cité Francophone. This building is the francophone cultural centre of Edmonton. Here you can find Campus Saint-Jean's Centre collégial de l'Alberta, also called the CCA, which offers bilingual college diploma programs. École de Langue, also part of the CCA, offers continuing education opportunities for members of the community who would like to learn French. The campus bookstore is also located inside this building.

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