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 [...]

Sports in Canada

When you think of Canada, you may think about the cultural proximity with the US, the freezing cold but also about sports. Sport is an integral part of Canadian culture. The major sports in Canada are similar to those of the US, but with a bit of a Canadian twist! Ice Hockey: The Canadian national [...]

Where to shop for specific products in Montréal, Québec

When you first arrive in Montréal, you may have some questions about what the best stores are to do your different types of shopping. You might have heard people mention SAQ, but don't know what they mean, or you may be wondering where to buy stationery. There are some shopping quirks specific to the [...]

Cocktail Canada: The Bloody Caesar

The Bloody Caesar is a cocktail invented right here in Canada, in Calgary, Alberta, and is rarely found, or heard of anywhere else in the world.Invented in 1969, by Walter Chell, at the Calgary Inn (which is now the Westin Hotel), it is said to be created mimicking the flavor of the italian dish, Spaghetti [...]

Top 5 Free Food Festivals in Toronto

While most people come to Toronto to visit the events from a usual before-you-die list, like Toronto International Film Festival or St Patrick’s Day Parade, we suggest you attend the festivals with something actually worth dying for — the food. Here is the list of the top Food Festivals in Toronto you will be [...]

Why Using a Relocation Specialist May Persuade your Prospective Transferee to say “Yes”

Using a relocation specialist to oversee the relocation process may be the missing piece of the puzzle, when your company is looking to transfer employees. Experts in relocation can help relieve the stresses on both HR departments and transferees. They are there to manage all the big steps of the move, and provide answers [...]

2018-08-24T07:06:35+00:00By |HR Solutions|0 Comments

Bard on the Beach Festival Vancouver

No need to drink, dance and party until early morning to spend a good summer. Sometimes, with the heat and humidity, all we need is to sit down and relax. But it’s a shame to sit down and relax at home when there are so many interesting things to do in Canada during the summer season. My proposition is a play (or two or three, depending on your receptivity).

2018-08-21T09:41:14+00:00By |Cultural, Vancouver|0 Comments

Pigging Out in Hogtown: The Best Restaurants of Toronto

As Canada’s biggest city, and the fifth largest city in North America, it’s well worth our time to consider the best restaurants of Toronto. But first, the title. If you’re not from around here, you may not be familiar with Toronto’s nickname (one of many, actually). The name “Hogtown” probably dates back to when [...]

Moving with kids: Some helpful tips to make it easier

Moving can be always be a challenge. But moving with kids can be a real ordeal. Every obstacle or difficulty is raised by an order of magnitude when the little ones you love the most are being moved across the globe, into new terrain and unfamiliar settings. But it is absolutely doable, and when [...]

2018-09-19T10:55:07+00:00By |Relocation|0 Comments
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