Dr. James Archibald, Director of the McGill University DELF-DALF Examination Centre, member of the Conseil supérieur de la langue française (CLSF), and Associate Dean of Continuing Studies at McGill University.
“James Archibald was the first Canadian to introduce the DELF-DALF to Canada. Under his guidance, the first DELF-DALF centre opened in Canada at McGill University in 1997. Since then, Dr. Archibald has overseen the operations and dynamism of this centre. In 2013, the McGill DELF-DALF Centre saw roughly 400 candidates take the DELF-DALF examinations, roughly half of whom attended schools in Montreal.”
Read Dr. Archibald’s interview with the Conseil Supérieur de la Langue Française (CLSF)
(Reproduced with the kind permission of the CLSF)