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The Icelandic National League of North America (INLNA) was formed in 1918. Our founding convention was held on March 25, 1919 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Since then, we have promoted cultural activities among Icelandic-North American people.

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101st INLNA Convention

April 23 - 25, 2020

in Gimli, Manitoba at the Lakeview Hotel

Hosted by Arborg, Gimli, Lundar, and Selkirk.

Registration is now open!

The Long Friday Trailer from Other Noises on Vimeo.

When 90% of Iceland’s women went on strike one crisp Fall day in 1975, they brought their country to its knees – and catapulted this tiny island nation to the forefront of today’s global fight for women’s rights. The unstoppable women who created and lived this revolutionary moment bring it to life in THE LONG FRIDAY, a feature documentary-in-progress.

Fundraising to complete production is now underway. To donate through INLNA click our Donate button

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Snorri West Video

by Kristján Sævald Pétursson, 2015 participant

Upcoming events

Note:  Only the next three upcoming events are listed above.  To see all upcoming events, click on Events Calendar 


Our new INLNA Online store is now open.

Think about a nice hoodie or toque.  Or maybe a bag to carry them in.  They are from the best quality labels like Coal Harbor and Stormtech and come in sizes from XS to 6XL.   You can choose the colours you wish.  There are frequent sales so check back often and make your purchase when you see a sale! 


Newsletter - Summer
Fréttabréf - Sumar

Previous edition (spring)


Celebrating a Centenary [1919 – 2019] of sharing Icelandic heritage

Please click this hyper-link to reveal context and further documents

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