PANA - Cycle secondaire is an interactive tool designed for French-speaking newcomers in Ontario. Created in partnership with the Programme d'appui aux nouveaux arrivants and CFORP, it helps teens aged 12 to 14 become familiar with Canadian society.
Users are invited to go on a journey with three friends across Canada, take part in various activities, and meet Canadian celebrities such as David Suzuki and Jean-Marc Dalpé. The interactive experience also allows them to become familiar with topics that are integral parts of Canadian society such as politics and democracy, natural resources, the environment, and First Nations.
PANA is part of a series of interactive tools designed for newcomers aged 8 to 19.