1. The coveted U20 World Cup trophy Germany champion for record equalling third time at FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada
  2. Celebrating 150 years of the Geneva Conventions Celebrating 150 years of the Geneva Conventions
  3. Trabant car breaking through Berlin Wall Berlin Wall Contest for high school students
The coveted U20 World Cup trophy

Germany champion for record equalling third time at FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada

The German U20 women's team capped off a brilliant summer of German soccer with a World Cup victory. The women defeated a fierce Nigerian team 1-0 in the final in Montreal's Olympic Stadium on Sunday, August 24.

Celebrating 150 years of the Geneva Conventions

Celebrating 150 years of the Geneva Conventions

August 22, 2014 marks the 150th anniversary of the first Geneva Convention.

Trabant car breaking through Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall Contest for high school students

The Embassy of Germany in Canada announces a school contest on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The contest is open to high school students from all over Canada. The German Embassy looks forward to your participation and is curious about your creative ideas!

Eastend Memorial Hall

Pfc. Lawrence S. Gordon's long journey home

Pfc. Lawrence S. Gordon, a Canadian-born U.S. soldier who was accidentally buried with enemy German soldiers at the close of World War II, was finally laid to rest in his hometown of Eastend, Saskatchewan on August 13, 2014.

Near Devon Island Glacier

Joint Canadian – German research aircraft mission in the Arctic

The NETCARE – Summer campaign, taking place in Resolute Bay (Nunavut), is the first of two research aircraft missions by Germany's Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) in the Arctic as part of NETwork on Climate and Aerosols: Addressing Key Uncertainties in Remote Canadian Environments (NETCARE), initiated by the University of Toronto.

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I am German

Germans not only love to travel, they also love to live, work and immerse themselves in other countries, including Canada. “I am German” is an interview and biography series of Germans who tell incredible or very ordinary stories about their lives in Canada.

Falling Walls Labs

Canada welcomes its first Falling Walls Labs

Canada welcomes its very first Falling Walls Labs at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Young researchers, entrepreneurs and high-potentials are invited to apply and share their research work, ideas and initiatives. The winner of the Falling Walls Labs will travel to the Finale in Berlin.

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Federal Foreign Office 2.0 – are you following us yet?

The Federal Foreign Office has a presence worldwide through just under 230 missions abroad. The headquarters in Berlin and ever more embassies and consulates also have a home in the digital world.

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Open online 24/7: "Onleihe"

For a nominal fee of $10 per year, Canada's Goethe-Institutes permit the public to have full access to their digital library. "Onleihe" allows users to borrow and download a wide spectrum of German digital media such as electronic and audio books, newspapers, music, and videos.

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Web portal Young Germany

Young Germany is packed full of information for students and young professionals. Find out about studying, traveling, career and culture in Germany!

Facts about Germany

Facts about Germany

... is a handbook for anyone seeking reliable, up-to-date information. It provides many facts and figures, covering topics such as population and geography, the political system, the economy, social life, education, culture, the media, and history.

Ambassador's Corner

Werner Wnendt

Werner Wnendt is Germany's ambassador to Canada.

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