On April 28th, 2014 Danish rescuer, Dr. Hans Moeller, Past President of the CSF, attended the 22nd Annual Holocaust and Genocide Commemoration at Vanier College. Also seen in the picture are the immediate Past President, Dr. Yaple-Schobert, and the current intern, Florian Windberger, in the middle.
On February 12th, at the monthly luncheon held by the Danish Club of Montreal, Naomi Kramer was introduced as the incoming President of the Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation. Attendant guests included the outgoing president of the CSF, Derek Yaple-Schobert, as well as Elisa Pylkkanen, treasurer of the Finish Society of Montreal (Montreal Suomalainen).
Members and guests meet for socializing and a luncheon (smørrebrød, øle and snaps) on the second Wednesday of each month.
Registration by email is required in advance and no later than two (2) days prior.
The dress code is business/informal for men and women. Jacket and tie is preferred for men and no Jeanswear.
Location: Royal Canadian Legion at 5455 de Maisonneuve West, Montréal, Québec
Time: 12:00 noon for the social hour preceding the lunch which is served at 1.00 PM
Guests: Members are permitted to bring guests
Registration: Send an email to email@example.com including your name, telephone, and number of guests
Contribution: An amount of $25.00 per member and $30.00 per guest is collected at the door to defray costs
The memorial service for Dr. Hans Möller will take place Sunday, April 17, 2016 in the late afternoon (exact time TBA) at the Beck Hall St. Ansgar Danish Lutheran Church, 4020 Grand Boulevard, Montréal, QC
For more information and reservations (seating is limited) please contact Derek Yaple-Schobert at firstname.lastname@example.org
HiOA International Summer School is about learning in a broader perspective: in addition to intensive classes you get the opportunity to learn about a different country and culture, Oslo, and not least about your fellow students and future friends.
are earmarked for Danish families, living outside Denmark, who may need financial support for signing their children up to online Danish language instruction.
Danes Worldwide – a nonprofit support association for Danes living abroad – offers Danish language instruction at the school level (grades 0 to 9) for students aged 6-17 who live outside Denmark. The instructional program is flexible and fits easily into the students’ day to day attendance at school where they live.
For the 2016/2017 program, we have received sponsorships from foundations and private sources to enable six students to attend the program at no charge. The details are provided in the attached PDF file.
Online Danish language instruction is designed for families wanting their children to speak and write Danish at a level equivalent to that of children in Denmark of the same age. Designed in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, the instructional program is the only one of its kind. At the end of the grade 9 program, students may sit for the in-person exam (at Summer School) to earn the graduation certificate, Danish language.