Immigration Options for Nomads and Retirees: How can I move to Canada?

We hear from people all the time who want to know: How can I move to Canada? Many of them are older Americans wanting to retire in Canada, some are younger digital nomads looking for a comfortable place to settle for an extended temporary stay. We hear from a lot of Americans who want to [...]

9 Things About Montreal that You Might Not Know

If you’re new to the city, or even if you’ve spent your whole life there, here are 9 things about Montreal that you’re sure to find interesting. 1. The world’s very first hockey game took place in Montreal on March 3, 1875. There’s no record of who won the fight, or the hockey match. [...]

3 Ski Resorts In Quebec You Can Take Your Kids To

What better way to have some family bonding time than to learn new things together? If you can’t tell the difference between green and black pistes or — don’t worry, these Ski Resorts in Quebec have qualified bilingual instructors to explain everything both to you and your kids. You 'll also find ski lessons [...]

Cruising through Cowtown: The Neighbourhoods of Calgary

Some call it Cowtown and some call it C-town. A lot of people call it Stampede City, and for good reason! But whatever you choose to call it, we're sure you'll find plenty to like about the "Heart of the New West," a.k.a. Calgary. As Canada's third largest city — located near the wide [...]

2018-11-15T06:33:24+00:00By |Calgary|0 Comments

Pumpkin carving for Halloween: Tips for Beginners

In Canada, as October rolls around, you will see many people decorating for Halloween. In North America, this holiday is widely celebrated with everything from trick-or-treating, to lights and decorations covering many houses, inside and out. A favourite decoration for Halloween is most definitely the Jack-o'-Lantern, which is not only a great family craft [...]

Festivals in Vancouver: More than just Good Eats

Top 3 More-Than-Just Food Festivals in Vancouver Even if you are not a gourmet, you have probably been to Dine Out Vancouver Fest and to EAT! Vancouver, or at least heard about this marvelous, but mainstream event. Wine or Craft Beer festivals or Christmas markets are stunning, but they are also not a part [...]

Vancouverism: Different neighbourhoods of Vancouver

Vancouver’s position on the Burrard Peninsula — bordered by the Fraser River to the south, Burrard Inlet to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the West — gives the city a uniquely scenic but also well confined geographical setting. And on this urban peninsula, you will find 23 different neighbourhoods of Vancouver, at [...]

5-à-7 in Québec

The working and social culture here in Canada may be different to what you're used to, and there are a lot of things to know about it. One cornerstone of Québec working life is the “5-à-7”, which you will be sure to want to find out more about! After a long day at work, [...]

The Blue Road or La Route Bleue, Montréal

The Blue Road (La Route Bleue du Grand Montréal), also known as St Lawrence water trail (sentier maritime du Saint-Laurent), is specific to the island of Montréal; it allows people to travel on the St Lawrence river with kayaks and canoes. You will discover a new side to Montréal, landscapes and a natural environment [...]

Load More Posts