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Back-to-school tips for newcomers to Canada

Each fall, going back to school is both an exciting and stressful time for children. As a newcomer, it can be overwhelming to navigate a new school system at the best of times, let alone during amidst the ongoing certainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with the situation improving, most [...]

StudyingJune 22, 2021

Working while studying in Canada: What you need to know

Working during your studies in Canada can be a great way for international students to gain experience, make connections, and earn extra money to pay the bills (or treat yourself to something special!). However, there are some restrictions on who can work while studying in Canada and what types of [...]

StudyingJune 8, 2021

10 Best Ranked Canadian Universities

There are many reasons why Canada has become the destination of choice for international students. Many Canadian universities have a great reputation in international rankings and universities offer the opportunity to study in both French and English. Canada’s reputation as a warm and welcoming country that offers an easy path [...]

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