SoGerman.ca: Your portal to discover the diverse partnership between Canada and Germany. The website presents a wide variety of German-related activities and other opportunities taking place across Canada.
Did you know that there are many places in Canada that are linked to Germany?
Founded in 1952, Atlantik-Brücke aims to deepen cooperation between Germany, Europe and North America on all levels. Transatlantic cooperation is and remains a decisive factor for global order and stability.)
Annalena Baerbock has been Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs since 8 December 2021.
A world in which all people would be protected as individuals, their dignity sacrosanct. With this aim in mind, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted.
On 31 December 2020, Germany’s two-year term as a member of the United Nations Security Council will come to an end. We look back here on two eventful years, ranging from the Berlin Process on Libya and a new political mission in the Sudan to our endeavours against sexual violence.
German language instruction in Canada is offered through various educational institutions. Find a German language school in your area and enable your child (or yourself!) to open the doors to an entire culture!German language instruction in Canada is offered through various educational institutions.Show larger version of image CloseLearning German© Colourbox.deThe Goethe-Institut, Germany's cultural institutional flagship, offers German language courses for all levels and purposes, and support the teaching of German at high schools and universities.Several high schools in Canada also offer German language instruction.Also, there are two officially recognized German schools in Canada: the German International School Toronto and the Alexander von Humboldt School in Montreal.And throughout the provinces, many German language schools offer classes in the evenings or on Saturdays. They are partly supported by the German government and are either part of the heritage programs of their provinces or run as private schools.
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