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一个新的加拿大游记: From Vancouver to Halifax by Train – with the Cultural Access Pass
七月 24, 2013 – 10:06 下午 | 评论关闭 上 一个新的加拿大游记: From Vancouver to Halifax by Train – with the Cultural Access Pass
一个新的加拿大游记: From Vancouver to Halifax by Train – with the Cultural Access Pass

Did you ever eat a nun’s fart? Walk on a gla­cier? 探索一个 城市的 natio­nal park?

Have you sam­pled shmoo torte? Taste-tes­ted bagels or per­ogies? Sna­cked on Kouign-Amann?

Have you gone about your dai­ly busi­ness –

What’s Different in Canada? 指南为美国人
七月 10, 2013 – 2:28 下午 | 评论关闭 上 What’s Different in Canada? 指南为美国人
What’s Different in Canada ? 指南为美国人

“妈妈, there’s a word that people use here that means ‘hat,’” my 10-year-old daugh­ter told me one day during our first win­ter in Vancouver.

“这听起来像'外衣'。”

“外衣?“ 我问. “六个? ä½  …

为什么移动维多利亚? It’s the Imagination Economy, 笨
六月 6, 2013 – 9:32 关于 | 评论关闭 上 为什么移动维多利亚? It’s the Imagination Economy, 笨
为什么移动维多利亚? It’s the Imagination Economy, 笨

Bri­tish Colum­bia’s capi­tal city of Vic­to­ria used to be dub­bed a des­ti­na­tion for the « new­ly wed and near­ly dead. » Yes, it was – and still is – popu­lar among both new­ly­weds and reti­rees, but with

加拿大讲什么语言? 新的人口普查报告
十一月 15, 2012 – 7:27 关于 | 评论关闭 上 加拿大讲什么语言? 新的人口普查报告
加拿大讲什么语言? 新的人口普查报告

Twen­ty percent of Cana­da’s popu­la­tion, or near­ly 6,630,000 人, speaks a lan­guage other than English or French at home, accor­ding to a recent report from Sta­tis­tics Canada.

The most wide­ly spo­ken lan­guages include

如果您的候选人输了, 你会移动到加拿大?
十一月 5, 2012 – 12:50 下午 | 评论关闭 上 如果您的候选人输了, 你会移动到加拿大?
如果您的候选人输了, 你会移动到加拿大?

Eve­ry four years, as the next US pre­si­den­tial elec­tion approaches, the spe­cu­la­tion begins anew.

Will thou­sands of Ame­ri­cans move to Cana­da if their can­di­date loses?

In « At a Loss? There’s Always Cana­da» the 纽约时报