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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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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Saturday September 26th at noon we will hold our annual general meeting at the Morningside High Park Presbyterian Church. All members are welcome! For those who join us, you will have free admission to the Icelandic ancestry presentation with Sunna Pam. We will have refreshments and coffee.
ICELANDIC FISHERIES EXPERT DR. GRÍMUR VALDIMARSSON AT UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO WED. OCT. 7 1) Investment Opportunities in Canada’s Emerging Aquaculture Industry – PANEL DISCUSSION Wed. Oct. 7 Time: Breakfast: 7:30 – 8:00 AM Discussion: 8:00 – 9:30 AM Wrap up / informal discussion 9:30 – 10:00 AM Cost: $29.00 plus HST.Venue: Torys LLP, 79 Wellington St. W., 30th Floor, TorontoEventbrite registration: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/investment-opportunities-in-canadas-emerging-aquaculture-industry-tickets-18670484923?aff=ebrowse 2) […]
A conversation about the Canadian- Icelandic connection, as well as other interesting topics.
The theme for 2017 is Images of our Icelandic Homeland in North America. The Icelandic Culture is alive and well in North America! Let’s produce a calendar that shows the activities, local area, monuments, festivals, or a view of Icelandic Culture that you have captured on film. When submitting a picture, we require: – […]