Jutta Brendemuehl works as a program curator and film blogger for the Goethe-Institut in Toronto. She immigrated from Germany to Canada more than a decade ago. We accompanied her for a day during one of the busiest time of the year for the film sector, the Toronto International Film Festival, and found out how Jutta stays connected to her old home in Germany and her new home in Canada.


Germans in Toronto Part 3

Languages are key to global citizenship

“Brösel, Brösel, he didn’t say goodbye,” the class tells teacher Sarah Beuchel at the end of class. With floppy ears, a red nose, and a trendy neckerchief, the hand pupp [...]


Germans in Toronto Part 2

A planner at heart and by trade, Jule Lorenz-Elliot has devoted hundreds of hours over the past five years founding the network VIEW STORY

Germans in Toronto Part 1

GermansinToronto is a community of German immigrants, German-Canadians and German-speakers from around the world. They regularly meet up in Toronto to expand their lang [...]

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