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Iceland Travel Show

Every February the ICCT hosts an event where select individuals speak about their recent trips to Iceland. See beautiful photos, watch videos and hear all about their adventures.  Q&A to follow. And while you’re there, don’t forget to pick up the latest brochures and get information on costs, tours, places to visit, family trips and […]

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Iceland Literary Event: Introduction to the Iceland Writers Retreat


The Honorary Consul of Iceland in Toronto Gail Einarson-McCleery invites you to attend an evening to celebrate the rich literary traditions of Iceland and the launch of the first Iceland Writers Retreat on Thursday, January 9 2014, 7:30 – 9:00 pm. Please RSVP by January 8th 2014. Guests are writer and historian Prof. Guðni Jóhannesson, writer Randy […]

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Join Us for Game #2 Iceland VS Croatia

Next Tuesday at the Football Factory  164 Bathurst Street @ 2pm.  Please email your RSVP to  

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Nordic Film Night Series: The Last Days of the Arctic

The Last Days of the Arctic – Trailer from Sagafilm Productions on Vimeo. Partly brought up on an isolated farm on the south coast of Iceland, by a generation who lived off only what the land gave, photographer RAX became fascinated with nature and its forms. We will visit these places, and watch him work.  […]

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The Deep @ TIFF – one week only!


Limited engagement of Baltasar Kormákur’s 2012 film Djupið (The Deep) playing for week only at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King Street west). For ticket information go to our events listing or click  

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Re-re-re-invention – Has Björk still got it after four decades of performing?


Concert review by: Karen Helena.  Björk’s performance at Echo Beach Tuesday night was undoubtedly delicious and satisfying. She could have stood alone on stage, without any bells or whistles (or pyrotechnics) and still had our undivided attention. Still, the bells and whistles didn’t hurt. An all female Icelandic choir echoed the beach complimenting Björk’s superlative […]

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