Ontario includes the most important French-speaking community outside Quebec. The census of 2011 estimates the Franco-Ontarian community to 611,500 Francophones, distributed throughout Ontario.
Since 1910, AFO has been fighting for the rights of Francophones and for their development. Its vision is a French Ontario united in its diversity and actions, but also collectively committed to ensure its well-being.
You can become a member of AFO to:
- unite your voice with the one of thousands of Francophones;
- be a part of the largest network of French Ontario; and
- remain informed about French Ontario news.
To become a member of AFO, or for more information about AFO, please visit monassemblee.ca.