This innovative project has been proposed by Blue Metropolis Foundation to mark the 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act. In a creative and entertaining way, it explores the potential benefits and richness of bilingualism. It brings together francophone students registered in an Intensive English program at École Père-Vimont, an elementary school, and anglophone students in French Immersion at Courtland Park International Elementary School, both located in Montreal. These two groups of students will be divided into mixed teams to create, in tandem, stories that explore the theme of linguistic duality, using the story of twins separated at birth. The stories will be illustrated and told in English and French, with guidance by children’s author Monique Polak and graphic artist Laurence Dea Dionne. The bilingual stories and illustrations produced by the students will be produced in the form of a zine, to be officially launched with the students and collaborators in attendance. The project will also include a contest and an exhibition.