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Canada Svensken, with its parallel title The Swedish Canadian, was a Swedish language newspaper published in Toronto since 1961. The newspaper was launched by Thorwald Wiik, a Finland Swede. Canada Svensken claimed to be the leading Swedish newspaper…

Canada Tribunen (The Canada Tribute) was a Swedish language newspaper published in Vancouver that first appeared in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1912. It ceased publication after one year, and then it reappeared in 1918. The newspaper was edited by…

Svenska Vancouver Posten (The Swedish Vancouver Post) was the first Swedish language newspaper published in Vancouver, British Columbia. This weekly newspaper was founded in 1910 by Oscar Sundborg, a snuff manufacturer from Chicago. After one year of…

Sions Väktaren (Guardian of Zion) was a Swedish language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was the second Swedish newspaper in Canada, after Den Sakandinaviske Canadiensaren. Sions Väktaren was a religious monthly, which was founded in…

Väktaren (The Guardian) was a Swedish language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The newspaper was named and owned by Konstantin Flemming, who was a typographer. Väktaren was a secular weekly with the first issue on November 14, 1894. The…

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Heimskringla Og Öldin (Round World and Century) was an Icelandic language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba by Heimbringla Printing and Publishing Company. The newspaper, which was a weekly record of current events and contemporary thoughts,…

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Gimlungur was an Icelandic language newspaper published in Gimli, Manitoba. It continued Baldur, another Icelandic newspaper in the region. Gimlungur published from 1910 to 1914. It was a weekly newspaper owned by Gisli Magnusson, who was a printer,…

Heimilisvinurinn (Friend to the Home) was an Icelandic language newspaper first issued in Gimli, Manitoba on March 30, 1910. The newspaper was run by Gisli Magnusson, who was a printer, publisher, and an accomplished book-binder. As the manager of…

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Bergmálið (The Echo) was an Icelandic language newspaper issued in Gimli, Manitoba. The newspaper was published by Gisli Thompson with the assistance of Gudni Thorsteinsson as editor. It was a bi-monthly newspaper. Bergmálið brought out its first…

Vor Flyvende (Our Messenger) was a Norwegian language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The newspaper was published and edited by Jeremias Jonassen from 1916. Vor Flyvende was initially a monthly newspaper. Later, the newspaper was issued…