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Order Your Icelandic Calendars Before the Holidays!


The INL of NA Calendar for 2017 celebrates our Icelandic Heritage in North America, with pictures both new and old from various parts of North America. The ICCT contribution features our singer Lindy Vopnfjörð, and was taken at L’Ánse Aux Meadows by our former president, Karen Helena. Calendars are $12 each + $3 for each […]

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Scholarship to Study Icelandic in Iceland in 2017-18

2017-18 Scholarship to Study Icelandic as a Second Language at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik This is a significant scholarship that covers: registration fees, a monthly stipend of ISK 130,000 (approx. $1,000 CDN/mo.) from September 2017 to April 2018, and a dorm room will be available to rent. If you want to live in […]

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EXCLUSIVE Pre-Holiday Special for ICCT Members and Friends of nanopod studio


Tosca Teran at nanopod studio has a very special, pre-holiday offer, exclusive to ICCT Members: As some of you may know, I am currently living in Iceland over the autumn/winter. Working with Arctic Foxes and traveling around and researching new art-science directions during a residency at Nes in Skagaströnd. That said, classes are scheduled for the new year & in order […]

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ICCT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Sunday October 16, 2016 @ 2pm with Special Guest Speaker: Iceland’s First Lady ELIZA REID (by skype) Join us for this intimate talk with Eliza Reid at: Morningside High Park Presbyterian Church, 4 Morningside Avenue (WEST of High Park) M6S 1C2 This is your chance to hear what the Icelandic Canadian […]

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Join the Dance Troupe Sporið to see where the first large group of Icelanders settled in Canada! Email Gail for details.

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Don’t miss this great event on Sunday October 2, at 2pm – Traditional Icelandic Dance Group “Sporið” all the way from Iceland performs for us, along with the Danish Folk Dancers of Toronto.

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