FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ACCESSIBILITY AT THE CCC
Is the CCC accessible to people with reduced mobility ?
Yes, the CCC is accessible to people with reduced mobility. For more information about accessibility at the centre, please consult the Practical information section of our website.
What is the admission fee for the CCC ?
All activities organized by the CCC are free.
For certain activities, you must reserve directly on the event page. Please note that certain activities organized by our partners must be paid for. For more information about visiting the centre, please consult the Practical information section of our website.
Can a specialized visit be organized for children or students ?
On request, the CCC can organize a specialized visit for students. For more information about group visits at the centre, please consult the Group visit section of our website.
The Espace Culturel Inuit organizes events for children on a regular basis.
Do educational or artistic materials related to the exhibitions exist ?
The CCC makes available an information document for visitors. This document may be downloaded in PDF format from the Visitor documents section of our website. For more information about the centre’s programming, please consult the Programming section of our website.
Professionals can access the press kit in the Press section of our website.
How long does the average visit to the CCC last ?
To make the most of your visit, you should plan to spend an hour on average at the CCC.
May photos of the exhibition be taken ?
Taking photographs is authorized for personal, non-commercial use. Flash photography and tripods are not permitted.
Does the CCC offer English classes ?
The CCC does not offer English classes.
Does the CCC offer a translation service ?
The CCC does not offer a translation service.
STUDYING IN CANADA
Where can I find information on admissions procedures and scholarships ?
Information sessions on studying in Canada for undergraduate students are held at the CCC on the first Wednesday of every month. Information sessions on master’s and PhD degrees are held on the first Thursday of every month. To enroll, you must fill out the form found in the Information sessions on studying in Canada: Registration section of the Embassy of Canada website :
« Study in Canada » open days are also organized at the CCC on a regular basis. For further information, please see :
CCC EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
How do I find out about CCC programming ?
Is it possible the programme by mail ?
The on-site and outside cultural programme of the CCC may be downloading in PDF format from the Programming. section of our website. The paper of the programme is available only at CCC reception, in the municipal libraries of Paris and in various cultural centres and institutions in the Paris region.
To keep informed of our events and Canadian cultural news in France, subscribe to our newsletter or become one of the Friends of the Canadian Cultural Centre.
INFORMATION ON CANADA
Where can I find the register of Canadian or Franco-Canadian companies ?
Every year, the Chamber of Commerce France-Canada publishes Le Guide des affaires franco-canadiennes. To obtain a copy, contact the Chamber of Commerce directly : http://www.ccfc-france-canada.com
Where can I find a bookstore specializing in Canada ?
What numbers do I dial to call Canada ?
To call Canada, you must dial 001, followed by the telephone number of the person you are calling.
Is it possible to buy Canadian food products at the CCC ?
Is it possible to obtain flags, posters or other educational materials representing Canada ?
No, the CCC does not distribute educational materials representing Canada.
Does the CCC distribute promotional material for individuals wishing to organize a Canada-themed party ?
No, the CCC does not distribute promotional material representing Canada.
I am a Canadian artist and would like to realize a cultural project in France. Can the CCC help or support me ?
The CCC is not an artistic agency and cannot help you find a performance space, tour dates or exhibition or make contact with French professionals and institutions.
To find out more about the project selection process for CCC on-site and outside programming, please consult the Project selection process
I am a French artist and I would like to realize a cultural project in Canada. Can the CCC help or support me ?
No, the goal of the CCC is to promote Canadian culture in France. If you would like to mount an exhibition or perform in Canada, we advise you to contact the Embassy of France in Ottawa : http://www.ambafrance-ca.org/, the Consulat général de France in Toronto : http://www.consulfrance-toronto.org/, the Consulat général de France in Montreal : http://www.consulfrance-montreal.org/, the Consulat général de France in Quebec : http://www.consulfrance-quebec.org/ or the Institut Français in Paris http://www.institutfrancais.com/
WORKING AT THE CCC
How can I get a job or internship at the CCC ?
Do I need a visa to go on vacation in Canada ?
In general, French visitors do not need a visa to go on vacation in Canada. To find out more about the formalities, go to the Embassy of Canada in Paris website : Link
Can the CCC help me organize my trip to Canada ?
The CCC does not provide tourist information. To organize your trip, we advise you to contact one of the many specialist travel agencies.
You can also consult the Canadian Tourism Commission website : http://fr-keepexploring.canada.travel/?sc_url=keepexploringfr
CANADIAN CULTURAL CENTRE5, rue de Constantine, Paris, 75007
Phone : 01 44 43 21 90