Newsletter of the German Consulate General Vancouver

Herrsching am Ammersee, Bavaria

Herrsching am Ammersee, Bavaria, © picture alliance / CHROMORANGE | Michael Naegele


Dear readers,

We're thrilled to bring you another edition of our newsletter, packed with lots of information about Germany. Whether you are considering relocating, studying, working, or simply exploring life in Germany, we have detailed information and insights for you! For students, don’t miss out on our comprehensive section about scholarships – it could be just the opportunity you're looking for!

If you haven’t made summer plans yet, let our photo tour of Germany inspire you! And don't forget to participate in our “Summer, Sun, and Suspense” contest where you can win thrilling crime novels by sharing your favorite secret summer spot!

Additionally, we have a special offer for our newsletter readers from Messe Stuttgart, who will be represented at the hy-fcell Expo in Vancouver this June. They are kindly providing complimentary tickets to the Expo and access to the German Pavillion Forum for all of our subscribers. Don't miss this chance to explore innovative presentations and discussions for free!

Thank you for your continued support and interest. We hope this newsletter adds a spark to your fascination with Germany and provides you with useful resources to engage more deeply with all that Germany has to offer.

Warm regards,

Your team at the German Consulate General


🌊 Wattwanderung in Vancouver! Explore Sherry Island

Join the Vancouver German Language & Culture Group for a mudflat walk from Spanish Banks to the elusive Sherry Island on May 25.


German Illustrator and Comic Artist Tobi Dahmen Coming to Vancouver

The German Consulate General in Vancouver and the Survivor-Centred Visual Narratives Project are delighted to host German illustrator and author, Tobi Dahmen, for a discussion and reading of his latest graphic novel “Columbusstrasse: Eine Familiengeschichte 1935-1945”.

Tobias Dahmen

Germany and Canada Join Forces in Battery Research and Development

The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has announced a significant initiative to advance battery and battery material research in collaboration with Canada.

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