The Canadian Journal of Political Science (CJPS) plays a leading role among Canadian and Quebec political scientists. It is one of the most important forums for researchers to publish their work. It is also a good source of information to identify their research questions and show the main trends within the discipline. Given its commitment towards linguistic duality, the article focuses on Francophone representation in the CJPS since 1968. Who are the authors who have published their work in French in the CJPS? Where do they come from? What are their themes and areas of publication? Does the concentration of Francophone governance of the Journal in three universities, Université Laval, Université de Montréal and the University of Ottawa, have a significant impact on the representativeness of works published in French? Despite its exploratory nature, the article shows that the question of representation raises issues for the French component of the CJPS, both in terms of its governance and the dissemination of researchers’ work.