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Living in Canada: Coldest Cities with the Warmest People
Cold Cities, Warmer PeopleThere are few things that compare to finding a good small town to call home. Naturally there are downsides to living somewhere where everybody knows your name, but the upsides far outweigh them as you may soon find out. The great thing about deciding where to live in Canada, is that if you throw
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SEP 11, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
09

Toronto or Vancouver - Where Would You Live?
Vancouver-VS-TorontoWhen you are ready to move to Canada, the biggest choice is where you are going to live. So, if you are about to start your job hunt, you will inevitably find most of the opportunities are in Toronto or Vancouver. So, which will be better suited to your needs? There are fans of
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SEP 9, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
07

3 Reasons to Submit Your Visa Application Now

As immigration centres slowly start to reopen globally, it’s comforting to know that those who want to move to Canada can rest assured that their visa applications will still be processed. In fact, the Canadian government never stopped processing visas since the pandemic restriction took effect. Now you may be asking yourself, “Why should I submit my Canadian visa application now? Well, there are various reasons but there are 3 main reasons: the

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SEP 7, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
06

Immigrate to Canada from Lebanon
Over the past five years, approximately 1,800 Lebanese citizens have chosen to immigrate to Canada, joining about 200,000 to 400,000 people who have already found their new homes in Canada. The main reason that so many immigrants choose Canada as their destination is the lucrative job opportunities, it’s democratic and liberal government and the high quality of life that includes free benefits such as free healthcare and
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SEP 6, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
04

Get the Scoop on How To Immigrate To Canada as a Journalist
Breaking news! Canada is welcoming over 1-million newcomers by 2022 - and you can be one of them. The majority of new residents will be skilled workers such as journalists who show a positive impact on the Canadian economy through skills transferability, filling in-demand jobs, increasing buying power, and paying taxes. 
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SEP 4, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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