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Touring Exhibition Available from German Consulate

Ongoing

Touring Exhibition Available from German Consulate: Canada and Germany: Partners from Immigration to Innovation

In 2017, Canada celebrated its 150th birthday and Germany was celebrating as well. 

In light of this occasion, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ottawa developed and curated an exhibit, exploring the roots of German heritage in Canada, as well as Canadian presence in Germany, starting with migration. The exhibit presents historical events over the centuries, inspiring stories of German immigrants, and innovative bilateral research projects and partnerships. The exhibit was inaugurated in July 2017 in the Canada’s capital during Canada150. After, it moved on to Edmonton, Waterloo-Kitchener, Toronto, Montreal and Saskatoon. The Canada and Germany: Partners from Immigration to Innovation exhibit honors the German-Canadian friendship, from a rich history of immigration to cultural collaborations and innovations. Engaging stories are told through the three sections Canada: A Nation of Immigrants – The German Contribution, From Enemies to Friends and The Inuit of Labrador and the Germans 

The exhibit consists of: 

Availability: From now on until the end of 2021 (it is currently being stored in Saskatoon) 

Contact: Rosa Sokolowski, ku-10@otta.diplo.de 

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