Francoeur

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For the surname, see Francoeur (surname).

Francoeur was a Canadian television series, first aired by TFO in 2003. It was the first Franco-Ontarian téléroman. The series has produced 44 episodes to date.

The series revolves around the Francoeurs, a Franco-Ontarian family in Eastern Ontario running a family farm. Written by Guy Boutin and directed by Derek Diorio, it was created and produced by Robert Charbonneau (who would later create TFO's first sitcom, Météo+).

The series has also aired on Télévision de Radio-Canada across the country.

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