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Canadian Culture: What You Need to Know

Canada is a huge country with a diverse culture. For instance, people in Montreal are more likely to give the French bijous—or cheek kisses—in greeting, while elsewhere in Canada people primarily use the standard handshake.  However, despite the differences across the provinces, there are a few things that the country can unite in calling uniquely […]

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Canada on horseback

Even though Canada is huge, it only has a population of just over 30 million people. The fact that the country’s size is not proportional to its population, is an indicator that there are many unspoilt and little-explored areas. This has a lot to do with the low temperatures in the areas close to the […]

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Canada Day

What is Canada Day? Canada Day, “Fête de Canada” or the Day of Canada is a national holiday marking the anniversary of the union of the three North American colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, as a commonwealth, through a constitutional act. The three colonies formed a dominion which was part of the […]

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7 reasons to move to Canada

With over 10 million kilometres squared of fields and nature, Canada is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world. Its extense size and low population are not a disadvantage. On the contrary, they make it into a country offering many possibilities. To explain the attractions of Canada, it is not […]

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The Top 7 Unmissable Experiences in Canada

It is normal to find diversity in a country as big as Canada: the scenery, its inhabitants, its culture, etc.  Moreover, there are many experiences which will make your trip unique. It doesn’t matter what your preferences, tastes or skills are, you cannot go to Canada without trying these experiences: 1. Go to a ski […]

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Surprising facts about Canada

1. Every year one million letters are sent to Santa Claus Every Christmas, over one million letters to Santa Claus are sent the postal code «H0H 0H0, North Pole, Canada» from all over the planet. This is an actual Canadian postal code.  2. Canadian police can give you a «positive fine» It’s true! If they catch […]

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Canada: An educational superpower

When we discuss education in the world, there is always a big debate on the success of the current educational systems. In general, the first countries we normally name when discussing educational reputation are the Asian tigers like Singapore and South Korea, together with the alternative methodologies of the Nordic countries like Norway, Finland and […]

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10 Canadian Winter Activities That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Sport and outdoor activities are an important part of daily life for Canadians. Although the summers are short and the winters are unbearably long, Canada’s inhabitants are already used to making the most of their circumstances and the large open spaces which they use to change the snow into a recreational area. For this reason, […]

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8 reasons to visit the Yukon region

The Yukon Territory which is located at the border with the region of Alaska in northwest Canada, is one of the least densely populated regions in the continent. This wild, scarcely populated territory is very attractive to both locals and foreigners who go to the region annually. Mountains, valleys, lakes, glaciers, deserts, forests… Yukon has […]

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All you need to know about the Thousand Islands

The Thousand Islands, is an archipelago which serves as a border between the United States and Canada, more specifically between New York and Ontario. They are located along the course of the San Lorenzo River and Lake Ontario. Some of the more than 1,800 islands that make up the archipelago belong to the United States […]

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