ASCINA is active in Canada in 3 major cities: Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Meetings take place on a more or less regular basis, please contact the group coordinators for more information and the next meeting.
Please contact Margaret Haderer, the group’s coordinator and visit the group’s website.
Gregor Kos is the group’s coordinator. See the group’s website for more information and the next meeting.
This group is part of the Pacific North chapter, which also includes British Columbia. Please see the chapter website for more information or contact the group’s coordinator, Julius Halaschek-Wiener
If you live outside the mentioned cities or BC, please contact the Canada chapter head Gregor Kos for further information and questions.
We would like to hear from Austrians living in Canada and from other scientists willing to share their story and discuss their work. For further information on ASCINA, or if interested in opening an ASCINA chapter in Canada, please contact Gregor Kos at ASCINA Canada.
Information on dual citizenship provided by the Office for Science and Technology, OST (http://www.ostina.org/scientists/dual-citizenship)
List of Canadian Universities (http://www.uwaterloo.ca/canu/index.php)
The Austrian Embassy in Ottawa (http://www.bmeia.gv.at/en/embassy/ottawa/)
Austrian Authorities in Canada (http://www.bmeia.gv.at/en/embassy/ottawa/the-embassy/austrian-representations.html)
Canadian Embassy in Vienna (http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/austria-autriche/)
The ASCINA group in Montreal meets irregularly in a Montreal Bistro in the Plateau area, which is easily accessible from Metro station "Mont-Royal" on the Orange Line.
Exceptions are tours and visits.
(To be announced)
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Do you want to announce an event that is of interest to ASCINA members in Montreal?
Email Gregor Kos and I will post it for you!