Allcanucks Pub night 2016!!

Happy New Year all!

Let’s get together and welcome 2016 properly with some Canuck hygge! ūüôā

Join us at Sofie Kaelderen on Christianshavn Canal for as little or as long as you’d like. Sofie’s is a cosy basement cafe with everything we need; a good drink selection, great food, and live music later on!

Hope to see you there eh,
Allcanuck Committee

Friday January 15, 2016  at 7 pm

Sofie Kaelderen

Overgaden over Vandet 32, 1415 Kbh

Certifying documents legally

The firm International Documents Canada ( ) which is based in Ottawa, provides legal authentication of Canadian documents. This allows people moving abroad to have their Canadian documents officially recognized in a foreign country. There’s more information on the company’s web site.

Scandinavian design

A new website called Scandinavia Standard has loads of information, in English, on everything from how to buy transport tickets to the best kebab shops. A useful resource for expats new and experienced alike.

Improve your skills in Danish

Peter Erkmann, a Master’s student in communication at the University of Copenhagen, has created a free-to-use web site to help people improve their language skills. The site, , lets participants swap their language skills (in other words, if you as an English speaker were matched up with a Danish speaker, you should both increase your fluency). If you make progress with the site and your efforts in learning Danish, let our members know by adding a comment below.

A great moment for Canada!

This photograph, taken by Rune Gravengaard, captures the enthusiasm and joy of a great hockey victory. Team Canada scored gold at the Sochi winter olympics, and 45 Canadian expats cheered for them at Magraths bar on Sunday, February 23. Bravo!


New network in central Jutland

A new English-speaking branch of the Junior Chamber of Commerce (JCI) has been established in central Jutland. The group offers professional development and networking for foreign and Danish employees in companies in central Jutland.

“Many international newcomers who move to this region are young professionals who are starting their careers and they need to develop their network with other internationals and local Danes. That is where the new JCI branch can help a lot, thanks to the support of the two Danish branches,” said Anja Voller from the local Business Council in Herning.

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New edition of The Worktrotter’s Guide to Denmark

Long-term expat Dagmar Fink has revised her guidebook written for people moving to Denmark. The Worktrotter’s Guide to Denmark contains all kinds of useful advice and covers the following topics:

1. Culture shock                                  12. Cost of living
2. Introducing Denmark                     13. Taxes
3. Made in Denmark                           14. Education
4. Managing expectations                 15. Learning Danish
5. Etiquette and customs                  16. Building a social network
6. Experiencing Denmark                 17. Transportation and travel
7. First Steps                                       18. Safety
8. Working in Denmark                     19. Last steps: Farewell, Denmark!
9. Healthcare system                         20. Cross-border commuters
10. Financial matters                         21. Emergencies
11. Making a home in Denmark      22. Concluding thoughts

You can order the book from
Worktrotters Guide

Danish films shown on Sundays

The Danish National Film Theatre (Cinemateket) has published its lineup of movies being shown on alternating Sunday afternoons. The cinema, at Gothersgade 55 in Copenhagen, presents movies subtitled in English at 14:15. Tickets cost 65 kronors for non-members. The lineup includes recent movies such as A Royal Affair, Northwest, Flammen & Citronen, and The Hunt. See details at

Connect with Danes over dinner

The 2 PDF files linked below concern a scheme to encourage dining with compatible Danish couples. If you give it a try, please add a comment to this page to say how it went.

dinner for couples – customer information

dinner for couples – introductory letter

Danish Bank Account?

Hi Everyone!

I’m curious if anyone knows of a Danish bank that has a partnership with any Canadian banks so I don’t have to open a new account there? If not, that’s fine, it just seems like a bit less of a hassle.



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