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Your membership and support are key to the continued success of the Icelandic community on Vancouver Island. Our purpose is to keep our Icelandic heritage alive and thriving. Find out more on our Membership page.
This page is a collection of interesting links to explore, gathered from Icelandic and Icelandic-Canadian sources. To "open" a card, hover over the image to read the information, and "click" takes you to that webpage. It will open in a new window, so you can always find your way back here.
An interactive map of all place names and geo-locations in Íslendingasögur and Landnámabók, correlated with the saga texts.
The National Archives of Iceland's digitized collection of censuses. The census of 1703 can be downloaded.
Does your family have a treasured vínarterta recipe? Are you carrying on the tradition? Lisa Sigurgeirson is compiling The Quintessential Vínarterta Book, a unique collection of vintage and modern family recipes, stories, and images.
Lögberg-Heimskringla is a community newspaper serving the Icelandic community in North America since 1886.
Handrit.is is an archival collection of thousands of handwritten manuscripts at the National and University Library of Iceland. Some are viewable as books, with automated page turning ("flip-books.")