DKG yearly meeting 2015 in Mainz! Save the date!!!

DKG yearly meeting from 26th to 28th of June 2015! All the details here soon. Don’t miss Mainz! Tags: feature

The work and travel program of the DKG – an experience for life!

50 years WSP – Festschrift_DKG_2014-1.pdf 2 One focus of our work is the promotion of youth activities.   In cooperation with the Canadian Embassy in Berlin and many long-standing partners in Canada,  ...

Canadian Art in Germany

In March, diverse Canadian artists present their work in German galeries. Until ...

A winter competition brings some warmth to the beaches…

Check these innovative ideas that make you want to go to the ...

News from our partners

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A German student writes best doctoral thesis in Canadian Studies

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A one handed role model on the ice

The young Canadian hockey player Scott Stafford was born one handed. That didn’t stop him to pursue his dreams and to become a real role model. Read more here. Tags: subfeature

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The little Canadian robot Hitchbot at the Parade in Cologne!

A couple months ago we told you the story of the little Hitchbot traveling across Canada per hitchhiking. Hitchbot is currently visiting Germany and he made a stop at the Cologne Carnival. You can read the story here. Tags: subfeature

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The Canadian flag is turning 50

On February 15th, 1965, the Canadian flag was hoisted in Ottawa at Parliament Hill. The design we know today has been proposed by the historian George Stanley. Tags: subfeature

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Climbing up the Niagara Falls!

Two Canadians dared climbing up the dangerous Falls….. Read about it here (with video) and here (with interview). Tags: subfeature

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Berlinale 2015 – It is still possible to watch Canadian productions

You can still go and see Canadian movies at the Berlinale. Let us know on our Facebook page, what you liked about them. Tags: subfeature

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Canada is looking for a national bird

The Royal Canadian Geographical Society has asked the Canadians to vote for their favourite Canadian bird to be the symbol of Canada for the country’s sesquicentennial in 2017. So far the common loon is on top of the list followed by the snowy owl. You can read about it here: Tags: subfeature

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Canadians who made/make history…

Together with our new interview series, we would like to introduce a new recurring theme of  Canadians who influenced the history of the country. Our first personality is Sir John A. MacDonald.  He was Canada’s first Prime Minister. MacDonald certainly contributed to many good things in the land of the north but he also had […]

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Ice brings warmth too….

In Canada, Winter is much friendlier when you transform the “ennemy” into a friend. Like the Ice Hotel in Québec City (15th anniversary this year). Or the “ice restaurant” in Winnipeg.  No matter how cold the weather becomes, the hearts stay warm… Here once again for you should you brave Canadian Winter this year…the best […]

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„Québec ist leistungsstark und weltoffen!“ Interview with Minister Christine St-Pierre

“We come to you in the new year with fresh and exciting content on our blog. This year we are featuring a series of interviews conducted with DKG members, alumni and friends, including Germans living in Canada and Canadians living Germany, who will tell us a little bit about how their involvement with the other […]

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