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 […]
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Featuring the ICCT’s very own, Arden Jackson, and her wonderful vínarterta! Don’t ask Icelanders how to make their traditional Christmas cake by Matt Kwong on Monday, December 24, 2012 8:06pm Ask a Canadian: vinarterta has become a holiday staple in the homes of Icelandic expats Photograph by Nelson Gerrard, a customer and Icelandic […]
Adult Icelandic Level 1 – Beginner, and Level 2 – Intermediate Classes next session January 28, 2013 Register Now! We are accepting registrations. Please see instructions below. The next session is Mondays 7:30-9:30pm Jan 28 – March 25 (not Feb 18) And tentative spring session is April 15 – June 10 (not May 20) 8 Consecutive […]
NORDIC NIGHTS MOVIE SERIES PRESENTS: GNARR Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 Doors open: @ 6:30, Movie @ 7 pm. NEW location: Ryerson RCC [Wheelchair-accessible external entrance] [Elevator] Rogers Communications Centre, 80 Gould Street (corner of Gould and Church). Here is the link to the map. Suggested donation: $5.00 GNARR to be preceded by a short on […]
Did you know the ICCT gives away up to $1500 in scholarship and grant money to young ICCT members of Icelandic decent? Don’t hesitate. Apply now!