Advice for Swiss Abroad (de/fr/it)
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A new book by Ilona Shulman Spaar entitled “Swiss Immigration to Canada: Achievements – Testimonies - Relations” offers a fascinating look into an interesting aspect of Canadian immigration history. It provides an extensive and richly illustrated account of Swiss immigration to Canada and sheds light on many remarkable life stories.
Ilona Shulman Spaar
Swiss Immigration to Canada
Achievements - Testimonies – Relations
240 pages in colour, English, richly illustrated with pictures, Hardcover, laminated, 11” x 11”
Publisher: © Consulate General of Switzerland, Vancouver
It is available through Amazon.com
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Summer Programs for young Swiss in Canada:
The Organisation of the Swiss Abroad gives the opportunity to young Swiss living abroad to get to know their home country. Participation in our holiday and training offers will forge friendships and strengthen their ties with Switzerland.
In our offers for young Swiss Abroad, the participants are sure to get an exciting experience at reasonable prices. They get to know the country, the people and make friends with other young Swiss of their own age from all over the world.
Program highlights include:
Leisure and discovery Camps
La Punt: Canton Grisons
Education offers/language courses
10.11.-16.11.2014 (Youth Parliament Session)
For further information and application material see: Organisation of the Swiss Abroad and Swiss Community
Swiss artist Alexia Turlin is proposing to meet the public at this year’s Fair of Alternative Art of Sudbury through free ambulant drawing interventions. Equipped with a grocery cart and the required materials, her course and activities will be documented in stop motion. She will, amongst other initiatives, be asking people to draw images of their ideas of Switzerland, on a blank postcard and indicate their address. These cards will return home with her and will be completed by the Swiss public who will reply to them, during cultural events, such as: openings, drawing courses, interventions with students at HEAD (Haute Ecole d'Art et de Design, Geneva), or at The Milkshake Agency, a space Turlin has been programming for ten years.
The FAAS takes place from May 6 to 10, at the Rainbow Centre in Sudbury.
For more information