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Canadian Embassy in Berlin.  Also the Cultural Section of the Canadian Embassy in Berlin aims to give the German public an overview of the contemporary cultural scene in Canada and to increase the presence of Canadian artists in Germany in areas such as dance, film, First Nations and Inuit Art, literature, music, new media, theatre and visual arts.

The German-Canadian Association (Deutsch Kanadische Gesellschaft e.V) offers a setting where Germans and Canadians meet in friendship and exchange wisdom and experience. The site of the Hamburg German-Canadian Association is in German.

The Canadian Club of Belgium hosts a variety of social activities and philanthropic events for Canadians living in Belgium.  Established in 1971, the CCB was formerly a women's club. It started out as a club open to all Canadians and friends from other countries (including Belgium) and it has continued to welcome people from all across Canada and beyond.

English Pages for Hamburg and Northern Germany is an independent information & links website. Expats, English speaking people and learners of English meet in a virtual and real community.

The Hamburg Express Hamburg connects members of the English-speaking community in Hamburg on a bi-weekly basis, providing them with local and international news, as well as, updates on exciting events in the area.

The English Theatre of Hamburg presents plays of all genres in English.

The Canadian Airforce Museum located at Baden-Airpark near Hügelsheim strives to document and keep up the memory of those 40 years of Canadian presence at the former military air base Baden-Soellingen to future generations.

The Der Kanadier is a newspaper of the Canadian Servicemen on Duty in Germany.  The original "Der Kanadier " was the weekly newspaper for the Canadian Forces stationed in Europe.  It was published in Lahr in the Black Forest, Germany, from 1 July 1970 until 25 May 1994 when the Canadian Forces Base Lahr closed down in mid-August 1994.