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Fin­ding a home, wor­king, 节能, and inves­ting in Cana­da – here’s how

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你需要知道的生活, 工作, or immi­grate to Cana­da. Citi­zen­ship infor­ma­tion, å¤ª.

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Tra­vel ideas and tips for visi­ting, tou­ring, and deci­ding where to live in Canada.

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你更聪明,比10年级学生 (关于加拿大)? 这个测验!
十一月 1, 2012 – 6:43 关于 | 评论关闭 上 你更聪明,比10年级学生 (关于加拿大)? 这个测验!
你更聪明,比10年级学生 (关于加拿大)? 这个测验!

Do you know enough about Cana­dian his­to­ry and govern­ment to pass the Cana­dian citi­zen­ship test?

或者是你 (至少) smar­ter than the ave­rage Cana­dian 10th grader?

一组级 10 stu­dents recent­ly chal­len­ged two

多伦多英国和美国的外籍人士的聚会
月 26, 2012 – 6:11 关于 | 评论关闭 上 多伦多英国和美国的外籍人士的聚会
多伦多英国和美国的外籍人士的聚会

Two events are coming up this week for expats living in Toronto.

On Satur­day, Octo­ber 27, the Toron­to Expat Brit Mee­tup Group has a gathe­ring at the Pilot Bar in York­ville. The fun starts at 8pm.

InterNations帮助外国人在加拿大连接
六月 20, 2011 – 9:00 下午 | 评论关闭 上 InterNations帮助外国人在加拿大连接
InterNations帮助外国人在加拿大连接

今天, we have a guest post from Inter­Na­tions, an online social net­work for expats and immi­grants :

With a gro­wing eco­no­my and an annual intake of over 200,000 immi­grants, Cana­da wel­comes expa­triates.

Howe­ver, due

It’s Remembrance Day, 和加拿大人都穿着罂粟
十一月 11, 2010 – 1:05 关于 | 一个评论
It’s Remembrance Day, 和加拿大人都穿着罂粟

Novem­ber 11 is Remem­brance Day in Canada.

去年, we blog­ged about «Why is eve­ryone wea­ring pop­pies? » to explain Cana­da’s Remem­brance Day traditions:

A natio­nal public holi­day, Remem­brance Day is cele­bra­ted at the

What’s so special about a « Vancouver Special»
九月 19, 2010 – 10:10 关于 | 评论关闭 上 What’s so special about a « Vancouver Special»
What’s so special about a « Vancouver Special ? »

If you’re house-hun­ting in Van­cou­ver, you’ll like­ly see some houses that are mar­ke­ted as «Van­cou­ver Spe­cials»

Built in the 1960s and ’70s, these flat-fron­ted two-sto­ry homes were construc­ted qui­ck­ly, when baby boo­mers and