Canada

Getting to know Canada from coast to coast: As an immigrant, knowledge of the people and the place is key.

It’s Canada’s Birthday

July 1, 2013 is Canada’s Independence day. People celebrate in different ways- most use it to spend time with family and friends at BBQs in the backyard or at camp grounds. Others go crazy and attend the different activities within the city- different parades and so forth. Since it’s a […]

Graduations are in the air

For most, summer marks the beginning of the wedding season. This is the time to double check calendars for the number of weddings to attend, and thus budget wisely to ensure these costly affairs doesn’t leave you broke by the end of summer. Not for me. Instead, summer marks a […]

A Day at the Beach

Oh yes, Canada has beaches. The area I went today was called The Beaches and it is a beautiful and rich area in Toronto. The lake outlines the ┬áhorizon and creates for a lovely scenery. Water sure has a way to make a landscape nice to look at. My two […]

Dinner and Movie experience

I know this is so typical of most people’s experience in Canada I wonder if it’s worth talking about. Still I will do my best to make it as entertaining as possible. Upon arriving at Highway 400 and Weston area, I can see the large colosseum reaching over the highway. […]

Day Two: Niagara Falls

A stroll along Falls Ave alone can leave you in awe if you’ve never been to Niagara Falls before. The street is filled with restaurants, haunted museums (House of Frankenstein, Haunted House, Ripley’s believe it or not), theatres, shops, ice cream parlours and so much more. There is also a […]

Day one: Coming home

I was in for a small surprise upon entering the airport. I already know that Toronto Pearson International Airport is really big. For the past few years, it seems like they are always reconstructing that place, which doesn’t always make it too appealing to look at. Frankly speaking, it always […]