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Den Skandinaviske Canadiensaren was a Swedish language newspaper started by an immigration agent named E. Ohlen in 1887 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The newspaper was later published by J. E. Forslund. In the period from 1887 to 1892, Den Skandinaviske…

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Canada Tidningen was a Swedish language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba from Jan 5, 1933 to July 1, 1970. It started as a religious newspaper. Then it merged with Skandinaviske Canadiensaren in 1895 to form Canada Tidningen. Canada…

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Welt-Post und der Staats-Anzeiger was a German language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba from September 1971 to 1976. It was a weekly newspaper published jointly in Winnipeg and Omaha, Nebraska. Welt-Post und der Staats-Anzeiger continued…

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Norrora was a Norwegian newspaper published by P. M. Dahl and I. Olsen using an amount of $3000 subscription from Canadian Norwegian community in Winnipeg, Manitoba. From 1910 to 1920s, it was a newspaper that supported the liberal party. Norrora was…

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Manitoba Courier was a German language newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba from February 12, 1961 to December 24, 1969. It was a weekly newspaper that continued Der Courier, formerly published in Regina, Saskatchewan from 1958 to 1961. Manitoba…

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Lögberg was an Icelandic newspaper published in Winnipeg, Manitoba from January 1888 to July 1959. It was a weekly newspaper in Icelandic and English languages. The title of this newspaper refers to the location of Icelandic 'Althing', the world's…

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Die Post was a German language newspaper published in Steinbach, Manitoba. This newspaper had a number of different names such as Post or Post-Die Post. It was published by J. S. Friesen from 1915 to 1923. From 1923 to 1936, it was run by A. B.…

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Heimskringla was an Icelandic newspaper published in Winnipeg from September 1886 to July 1959. The newspaper got its name from a Medieval Icelandic literary work. Heimskringla was founded by F. B. Anderson who graduated from Manitoba College in…

Nordwestern is a weekly German language newspaper started by German Consul in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1889. The newspaper suspended publication from Jan 26, 1919 to Jan 6, 1920 due to the anti-foreign language provisions of Order-in-Council in 1918 and…

Das Ottawa Echo was a German language newspaper edited and published by A. Drenge. There was very little information about this monthly newspaper. It was a monthly newspaper of twelve pages with a subscription price of one dollar per year. Das Ottawa…