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Þorrablót TorontoÞing 2017 Saturday, April 8 The Latvian Cultural Centre 4 Credit Union Drive. Toronto, ON. M4A2N8 Appetizers, Cash Bar 6:00 PM Dinner 7:30 PM Free Parking! Your beloved Þorrablót has become a raved about and wildly anticipated event as well as an open hearted meeting place both for members of the Icelandic-Canadian community and Icelandic enthusiasts who are inspired by […]
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Our featured guest will be Stewart Wheeler. Stewart was Canada’s very popular Ambassador to Iceland for almost four years, returning to Canada earlier this year to the post of Assistant Deputy Minister of International Relations and Chief of Protocol in the Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs for the Ontario Government.
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What do grasshoppers have to do with it? It is an interesting fact that grasshopper considerations were at the top of the list concerning a location for Icelandic settlement in Canada where our Icelandic Canadian story begins. “In 1872, Sigtryggur Jonasson travelled to the Muskoka region of Ontario and a group of 100 Icelanders later […]
Nordic Nights Film Series Returns for Winter 2017 Presented by the Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto, The Consulate of Finland, the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University and Finnish Studies at U of T. FILM: Cheer Up – documentary (Finnish with English subtitles) DIRECTOR: Christy Garland WHEN: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 TRAILER: http://www.cheerupmovie.com/ Film will be preceded by short […]
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Spring is just around the corner and you know what that means! It’s time for our annual Þorrablót! Early Bird Ticket Sales end Feb. 18, 2017. This year will be a celebration of the lives and stories of western Icelanders today. Our community has come a long way. Canada celebrates her 150th year and so we will […]