Our community


Groupe communautaire St-Albert was born in 2016. It is committed to developing, providing and maintaining essential tools for our Franco-Ontarian community in agricultural and rural areas. The group’s commitment was clear: to save our school, then threatened with closure. Their first project was a bold one: transforming the vacant Caisse populaire premises into a daycare center, which subsequently operated successfully for several years before being taken over by another non-profit organization. But that wasn’t all. The group breathed new life into our village by revitalizing Main Street and bringing together key players in the community. Today, as a not-for-profit organization, the GCSt-Albert continues its community commitment to playing an essential role in the development and flourishing future of our village. An inspiring example of the power of collaboration to shape a dynamic future.


Groupe communautaire St-Albert is committed to bringing the community together while providing a welcoming, innovative environment and promoting a francophone culture in a rural and agricultural setting.


La Corde à linge communautaire
de St-Albert
Club Optimiste
Chevaliers de Colomb


The Nation municipality, located in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell in Eastern Ontario, has an area of 661 square kilometers and a population of approximately 13,350. The Nation is a dynamic, progressive community that promotes family values, and the Council is committed to providing professional, transparent leadership.

Since amalgamation in 1998, the St-Albert community has been represented at the council table by the Ward 3 municipal councillor.


On April 21, 1951, we moved into the new school: 4 classrooms, acoustic ceilings, sinks, glass panels to accommodate a hundred students, from kindergarten to grade 10. As of 1965, teaching was no longer offered to students in grades 9 and 10. In 1967, another classroom, gymnasium and library were added.

By 2024, the school had grown to some 100 students, and in a supportive family atmosphere, the staff worked with the children of the community to help them develop as learners and eco-responsible citizens.


Built in 1881, St-Albert’s church has long been the nerve center of the village, playing a key role in the community’s development.

Today, a dedicated group of lay people work hand in hand with the parish priest on various committees, perpetuating the parish life of St-Albert. Over the past 150 years, our parish has been led by 35 different pastors.

For details of masses and other events: https://www.paroissesstalbertsteeuphemie.com/