Mini TFO Performing at Winterlude!

This February, the team from Mini TFO, Groupe Média TFO’s flagship television show for young children, will be part of the festivities at the 35th annual edition of Winterlude, the most eagerly anticipated winter event in North America!

As part of this festival, Mini TFO will be presenting a show for little ones in the Snowflake Kingdom at Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau on Sunday February 3, 2013 at 12:15 pm and 2:15 pm. This is a great chance for kids to come meet their friends Josée and Louis, the lively, appealing hosts of Mini TFO. Fun is guaranteed for kids and grownups alike!

On February 2, Josée and Louis will also be filming some sketches for future broadcast, trying out the snow slides, and participating in many other activities at the Snowflake Kingdom.

Groupe Média TFO produces Mini TFO, a series of short programs for pre-schoolers that are broadcast on TFO television and posted on the Mini TFO Website. The web platform,, offers stimulating educational content for children 2 to 6. Children are invited into an intuitive and colourful environment where they will find a multitude of endearing characters who propose fun games, videos and contests.

Groupe Média TFO invites families to come have fun at Winterlude in Ottawa and Gatineau every weekend from February 1 through February 18, 2013. Play in the biggest snow playground on the continent, admire the ice and snow sculptures, and enjoy a wide variety of other delightful activities in a winter wonderland. For the full calendar of events, visit

About Groupe Média TFO
Groupe Média TFO produces and distributes quality French-language educational and cultural media content along with supporting content to meet the needs and aspirations of its target clientele. Groupe Média TFO thus contributes to the civic and cultural development of Ontario’s Francophone community and makes its content available on a large number of media platforms. Based in Toronto, TFO is the largest producer and distributor of French-language educational products in Canada