The VII Games of La Francophonie were held in Nice from September 7 to 15 and brought together 3,000 participants, including 2,500 competitors and 500 delegates, from 54 State and government members and observers of the Francophonie. Team Canada won 45 medals.
The VI Games of La Francophonie were held in Beirut from September 27 to October 6, 2009. Lebanon mobilized a large delegation of volunteers to host the 2,500 participants from 40 member states and governments from the International Francophonie. Team Canada won 36 medals.
Niger hosted the fifth edition of the Games of La Francophonie. This international gathering took place from December 7 to 17, 2005, in Niamey, Niger. More than 2,000 athletes and artists representing 44 states and governments took part. Team Canada won 18 medals.
Canada hosted the fourth edition of the Games of La Francophonie. This international gathering took place from July 14 to 24, 2001, in the Ottawa/Hull region. Over 3,000 athletes and artists from 51 States and Governments participated. Team Canada won 46 medals.
The third Games of La Francophonie were held in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. More than 1,700 participants from 36 States and Governments of La Francophonie took part to these Games from August 27 to September 6, 1997. Team Canada won 39 medals.
The second Games of La Francophonie were held from July 5 to 13, 1994, in France (in Paris and in the Department of l'Essonne). A Canadian delegation of nearly 400 artists and athletes joined over 3,000 participants from 43 States and Governments of La Francophonie. Team Canada won 39 medals.
The first edition of the Games of La Francophonie was held from July 8 to 22, 1989 in Morocco (in Rabat and Casablanca). The Games brought together some 1,800 participants from 30 states and governments of La Francophonie around the world. Team Canada won 43 medals.
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