Join the Conversation!

Looking for a chance to speak French in Regina? Come join our conversation group, the Franco Club.

Practice and improve your spoken French in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere at La Cité.

Next Franco-Clubs:

Wednesday, April 10th, from 5pm to 8pm

  • Theater, finger food and karaoke
  • Ratisser la poussière is a play written, directed and performed by the students of the Expression théâtrale course at La Cité. It tells the story of Jean-Paul who returns to his small village 30 years after he left. With his parents dead and few friends, his presence raises some questions.  Why does he come back? Money problems? Murder? Mystery... Rumors spread… They all imagine their own version of JP's come back.

Monday, May 6th, from 5pm to 8pm

  • Bingo : new game every hour
  • Prizes to be won

June : date to be confirmed, from 5pm to 7:30pm

  • To celebrate Pride Month in partnership with En toute fierté!
  • What to expect: trivia and creation of bracelets in the colors of the 2SLGBTQIA Pride flags.
  • Prize to be won


CinÉtudes : cinéma PLUS études.

So come and watch a movie while you study... or just watch the movie!

All movies are presented in French with English subtitles.

Next CinÉtudes (previously Ciné-Club):

Wednesday, April 24th, 6:30pm

Movie:The Intouchables
Length: 112 min
Synopsis: Following a paragliding accident, Philippe, a wealthy aristocrat, hires Driss, a young suburbanite just out of prison, as his home help. In short, the person least suited to the job. Together, they will bring together Vivaldi and Earth Wind and Fire, words and jokes, suits and tracksuit bottoms... Two worlds collide, taming each other, giving birth to a friendship as crazy, funny and strong as it is unexpected, a unique relationship that will make sparks fly and make them... Untouchable.

Saturday, May 25th, 1:00pm

Movie: Louis Cyr
Length: 130 min
Synopsis: Louis Cyr, from a working-class family in Lowell, decides one day to take his destiny into his own hands and become the strongest man in the world. After being scammed by a dishonest manager, he and his wife return to Montreal and set up a strongman show. Soon, the Americans are interested in the character and invite him to travel the country to demonstrate his talents. He impressed the crowds and set numerous strength records. When his daughter shows an interest in the strength scene, Louis decides to enroll her in boarding school, fearing that, like him, she will become an illiterate circus freak.

Monday, June 17th, 6:30pm

Movie:C.R.A.Z.Y. by Jean-Marc Vallée
Length: 127 min
Synopsis: The film tells the story of a young homosexual in the 1970s, Zachary (Zach), played by Marc-André Grondin. In the film, Zach is the youngest of five boys who must face the discovery of his homosexuality in a family climate marked by Catholicism and traditional values. In particular, Zachary comes into conflict with his politically conservative and homophobic father, played by Michel Côté, with whom he nevertheless shares a passion for music. The story of C.R.A.Z.Y is above all a father-son confrontation, with love ultimately enabling both to accept each other's differences.


Grab a coffee and meet us in La Rotonde (CT 216), on the second floor of La Cité at the University of Regina's main campus. Note that parking is free after 5:00 p.m.

How to get there



  French Training Centre | 

La Cité: 306 585-4828

French Training Centre Coordinator:

306 337-8491