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Elke Porter has been involved in the German Canadian community in western Canada for the last 15 years. Her goal is to prove that the German Community is still alive and well, and that it is only a lack of communication and public relations that make it difficult to connect.

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She is on the board of the German Canadian Business Association, on the board of the German Canadian Heritage Plaza, one of the alumni of the Surrey German Language School (under Ruth Berndt) and a former Authorised Supervisor of the Johannes Gutenberg in Sydney, Australia, and a former teacher of the Westside German School. She was also briefly involved with the German Canadian Congress, back in 2005.

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Now Elke Porter is a blogger of Westcoast German News, a former publisher of “Das Schwarze Brett” magazine – and even further back, a former publisher of the “German Voices” Newsletter that started in 2007. Her new plan is to publish “European News” starting January 15, 2019.  A new year, a new goal and new customers.

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This can only be done with your support and financial help. Elke Porter sells ads, offers sponsorship packages for your business and accepts donations of any amount!  She accepts cash, cheques or e-transfer payments.   She is working on updating her Patreon page, which brings patrons and artists together. If you want German and European Media to exist, it needs to be sponsored and paid for. Time is money and it costs time to attend events, take pictures, write articles, promote events and to meet people.

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If you can’t help, try to tell at least 5 others about this website, this magazine, this blog and this opportunity to connect.  Thank you!

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