The Transatlantic Science Week took place in Toronto 27-29 October. TSW14 focused on, The Arctic- Societies, Sustainability and Safety, through three specialized tracks: (1) Arctic climate science, (2) Arctic safety and cross border knowledge needs, and (3) Arctic research-based industrial development and resource management.

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Photo: Robin Linderborg.

Knausgård will present the third instalment of the My Struggle series in Toronto and Vancouver.

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On Thursday October 9, the young and talented string orchestra left the entire audience impressed with their renditions of Norwegian classical music pieces.

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Photo: Geir Mogen, NTNU.

For their groundbreaking research on the brain’s internal GPS, Norwegian married couple receives the prestigious Nobel Prize in Medicine.

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On September 26th 1944, a crew of six Canadians crash-landed in Norway. This is the dramatic story of how the crew evaded 4000 German soldiers and made their escape to safety.

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Norwegian films leave a stronger impression than ever on the Canadian film scene.

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Photo: Mark Garten, Flickr.

World leaders descend on New York for high-level meetings at the United Nations from September 22-26th. Human rights, poverty, climate change and gender equality are the issues up for discussion.

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Photo: Berit Roald / NTB Scanpix.

The Arctic Economic Council has now been established to foster business development in the Arctic and dialogue between the Arctic Council and the private sector.

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In November, an exhibition devoted to Norway’s “incredible year” of 1814 will be on display in University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus library.

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Photo: Frank H. Scheme.

On October 15, Her Excellency Mona Brøther was a guest at Carleton University, speaking on the topic “Norway – a key ally for Canada”.

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The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 has been awarded the Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and the Pakistani children’s education activist Malala Yousafzai.

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List of cultural events happening in Canada. The article is updated continuously.

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A delegation of Norwegian MPs visited Quebec City and Toronto in September.

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The renowned youth orchestra from Norway will perform in Ottawa and Montreal on the 9th and 11th of October.

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The Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) are expanding their master programmes as of 2015, many of which are highly relevant to Canadians.

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Photo: Norwegian Film Institute.

Torill Kove’s latest animation film Me and My Moulton has been selected for competition in the short film category at Ottawa International Animation Festival in September.

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