Your first months in Canada will doubtless provide some of your most interesting memories for years to come. Prepare for something of a roller-coaster ride, especially emotionally, as you experience the highs and lows of starting life in a new country.
Now it's fall and winter is coming. You should start preparing for your first winter in Canada, especially Quebec's notorious winters. How to Dress for the Cold? Dress for the weather--that's an important element of dealing with cold winter weather. But how do you do it? Read on!
Checklist 1: Documents you can’t forget to bring to Canada — an overview.
1. Birth certificates and passports of each family member
2. Adoption papers if applicable
3. Marriage certificate (and/or divorce, separation papers)
What you need to do before immigrating
One of the biggest mistakes would-be immigrants make is leaving for Canada unprepared. They leave behind critical documents that can help them in their settlement in Canada. They forgot to purchase insurance to cover them and their belongings while they travel. Or they choose to leave so much behind that they are faced with enormous costs after they arrive.
Dear foodies, gluttons, and epicureans,
Get focused immediately! Montréal’s restaurant week, aka MTL à TABLE, is back this year from October 29 to November 8, and it’s bigger and more delicious than ever. Over 150 restaurants citywide will be celebrating Montréal’s culinary scene with enticing fixed-price menus at $21, $31 and $41.