You won’t want to miss this chance to meet Alda as she discusses her newest book “The Little Book of Icelandic” and her other successful books and talks about all things Iceland. This event is free and very exciting for Iceland enthusiasts of all ages.
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ICELANDIC NATIONAL DAY PICNIC SAT. 18 JUNE CALEDON, ON Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto´s annual picnic in honour of Iceland´s National Day 1 to 5 pm at OnIce Horse Farm, 16218 Albion Trail, Caledon ON L7E 3P9, in partnership with the Ontario Icelandic Horse Association. Join us for Icelandic style hot dogs… also bring something to […]
Did you know there’s a website that updates a list of all the Icelandic bands that play anywhere in the world outside of Iceland? Check out Iceland Music Export: http://icelandmusic.is/gigs-abroad/
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Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) required for travellers to Canada effective March 15, 2016 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has established a new entry requirement for visa-exempt, non-U.S. foreign nationals travelling to Canada by air called the Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). The purpose of an eTA is to allow Canada to pre-screen eTA-required travellers […]
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York University is proud to feature Iceland as the subject of the prestigious Annual International Studies Symposium at Glendon Campus. The team is excited to host an all-day conference on March 19th, 2016, which will explore the academic and cultural knowledge of Iceland. Join us as we celebrate the relationship between Iceland and Canada with students, academic scholars, government […]
Ragnheidur McNamee, 98, died Saturday, February 6, 2016, at the Runnymede Healthcare Centre after a brief illness. Also know as Heather, Rocky and Skeex, she was born in Winnipeg on December 28, 1917, one of three sisters to her Icelandic parents Gisli and Ragnheidur Gudmundsdottir Johnson. She was the last remaining of her siblings, having […]
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