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La Cite Francophone, Classroom

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This classroom serves the University of Alberta Campus Saint-Jean's Centre collégial de l'Alberta (CCA). This centre offers bilingual college diploma programs. Ecole de Langue, also part of the CCA, offers continuing education opportunities for members of the community who would like to learn French. The CCA is located inside La Cité Francophone, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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