Most newcomers to Canada are at least moderately fluent in English. But speaking English like a Canadian? That is a totally different matter.
Canadian English is different in that it borrows from both the British and American dictionaries. Add to that the slang and pronunciation that is unique to Canada, and you might just wonder if you speak the same language as those Canucks.
» By Robert Benjamin
Here's a statistic that should jolt you, if you don't know about it already: Canada's already high home heating bills are expected to rise by 50 per cent this winter.
» by Attorney Colin R. Singer
The right to legislate in the field of immigration in Canada is shared equally between the Federal government and the provinces.
Since the Quebec government acquired exclusive rights to establish its own policies and programs in 1981, all of the provinces and territories have implemented their own immigration programs to select immigrants