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Subject: Different languages d090


Author:
mohammad imran tariq
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Date Posted: 02:52:21 07/08/08 Tue
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Under the Official Languages Act, Canada is an officially bilingual country. This means that Canadians have the right to get federal government services in English or French, no matter what part of Canada they are living in. New Brunswick is the only province that is officially bilingual.

New Brunswick residents receive services in both official languages from all of their provincial government departments and agencies.

In Quebec, French is the official language and in most cases, provincial and municipal services are provided in French.

In the other provinces and territories, English is the official language, and the availability of provincial services in both official languages varies.

At the municipal level, the availability of services in both official languages varies greatly.

visit:http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/biling.htm
Subject: Different languages(WS2124)


Author:
Husnain
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Date Posted: 13:14:51 07/14/08 Mon
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Under the Official Languages Act, Canada is an officially bilingual country. This means that Canadians have the right to get federal government services in English or French, no matter what part of Canada they are living in. New Brunswick is the only province that is officially bilingual.
New Brunswick residents receive services in both official languages from all of their provincial government departments and agencies.
In Quebec, French is the official language and in most cases, provincial and municipal services are provided in French.
In the other provinces and territories, English is the official language, and the availability of provincial services in both official languages varies.
At the municipal level, the availability of services in both official languages varies greatly.
visit:http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/biling.htm
Subject: What you can bring into Canada border(ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 05:41:02 07/16/08 Wed
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cultural property, including antique and cultural objects considered to have There are strict laws about what you can historical significance in their country of bring into Canada. origin (you may, however, bring family heirlooms);
Cars must meet Canadian safety and pollution control standards. Many cars are not allowed into the country. Contact Transport Canada for more information
more than 200 cigarettes (you must pay tax on the excess amount) per person over 18 years of age if you are immibefore you ship your car.
more than 1.5 litres of wine or 1.14 litres of commercial alcohol (you must pay tax
on the excess amount) per person over 19 years of age.



The following items cannot be brought into Canada:


firearms, explosives, fireworks and ammunition;

narcotics, other than prescription drugs;

meat, dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables;

plants, flowers and soil;

endangered species of animals or products made from animal parts, such as the skin,
feathers, fur, bones and ivory;
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/bringincanada.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(WS2124)


Author:
Husnain
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Date Posted: 11:01:55 07/16/08 Wed
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: General Information about Canada(es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 07:01:50 07/17/08 Thu
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Canada is a land of many cultures and many peoples. Aboriginal peoples have occupied the territory now called Canada for several thousands of years. Everybody else, either by birth or by descent, has been an immigrant - we have all come from somewhere else. It has been said that Canada is a "nation of immigrants." There are three main groups of Aboriginal peoples in Canada: the First Nations, the Inuit and the Métis. There are more than 50 different languages spoken by Canada's Aboriginal peoples, most of which are spoken only in Canada. In fact, the name "Canada" may have come from the word "Kanata," which means a settlement in the language of the Huron-Iroquois First Nations peoples. As a country, Canada came into being on July 1, 1867. This event is known as "Confederation." Before 1867, the French arrived first, then the British. Each brought their own language, system of government, laws and culture. In 1763, after a long war between the British and the French, all of Canada came under British rule and was known as "British North America."

In the late 18th and into the 19th century, during and after the time of the American Revolution, many African-Americans and United Empire Loyalists fled the United States for Canada, where British ties remained and slavery had been abolished. During the mid- to late 19th and early 20th century, waves of immigrants arrived from Europe, attracted by the opportunity of a new and better life in Canada. Some settled in towns and cities; others worked in factories, mines and lumber camps. Many were farmers who turned the Prairie region into wheat fields. Asian immigrants from China, Japan and India settled mainly in the western provinces during this time. Many immigrants helped build Canada's national railways, which joined the east and west coasts and opened up the interior for settlement. After both world wars, thousands of Europeans came to Canada as immigrants and refugees and helped build Canada's post-war economy.

Over the last 50 years, people from all over the globe have sought a better life or have sought refuge in Canada, fleeing civil wars, political unrest and natural disasters. Canada still needs the skills, talents and enthusiasm of newcomers to build our country, together with those who have come before them. All of this has been reflected in Canada's immigration and refugee policies. Today, Canada is home to immigrants from
more than 240 countries. Most newcomers decide to become citizens of Canada, after
they are settled and have met the requirements of Canadian citizenship. visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/history.htm
Subject: Employment in regulated professions and trades (ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 13:33:55 07/17/08 Thu
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In Canada, about 20 percent of jobs are regulated by the government to protect public health and safety.

For example, nurses, doctors, engineers, teachers and electricians all work in regulated professions.

People who want to work in regulated jobs need to get a licence from the regulatory body in the province in which they live.

If you want to know more about how to enter a particular profession or trade in a particular province, you should contact the provincial regulatory body for that job.

The professions are selfregulating and they administer the provincial laws that apply to their profession. Rules for entering professions also differ from province to province.

visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/employment.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 01:12:51 07/18/08 Fri
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Reception services at the time you arrive in Canada (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 14:02:20 07/19/08 Sat
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If you arrive in Toronto, Montréal or Vancouver, you will find immigrant reception services in the airport.

These services are run by immigrant-serving organizations.

They help newcomers get the information and services they need, and this help is often available in several languages.

In Montréal, the Ministère de l'Immigration et des Communautés culturelles runs this service.


Visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/reception.htm
Subject: Communities across Canada (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 04:06:29 07/20/08 Sun
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Most newcomers to Canada tend to settle in the three biggest cities - Toronto, Montréal
and Vancouver. But many newcomers and many Canadians choose to live in the medium-sized cities, which they feel have as much to offer as the larger cities with a better quality of life.


Among the medium-sized cities are St. John's, Halifax, Québec City, Ottawa, Hamilton, London, Kitchener, St. Catharines, Oshawa, Windsor, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton and Victoria.


All of the medium-sized cities have diverse, multi-ethnic populations ranging in size from approximately 150,000 to one million people, and all have the variety of public and private institutions and services found in the largest cities.


Some newcomers like the idea of living in smaller cities or towns like Moncton, Fredericton, Red Deer and Kelowna or prefer to live in a rural area. Depending on your skills or professional qualifications, some regions may have better job opportunities than others.


Each Web site has a list of government departments and agencies. In the bigger provinces, some government departments may have their own Web sites, with more detailed information. You may also find a directory of on-line services, a link to educational institutions, and a link to major cities and towns. Most of the Web sites also have a tourism section, where you can
discover the special attractions of each province and territory.


The Web site has links to information on the labour market and the housing market of communities across Canada. It also has useful s and information about moving within Canada.


Francophone communities: French is the mother tongue of 6.6 million Canadians. Most Francophones live in Quebec, but almost one million live in Canada's other provinces and territories.


: Research carefully the labour market trends or access to your profession in the province and city where you wish to live.


: To locate the medium-sized cities on a map of Canada, go to pages 26 and 27.


: Outside the larger cities, the costs of housing, higher education and services are often much lower.Visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/communities.htm
Subject: What you can bring into Canada border(ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 20:19:43 07/22/08 Tue
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cultural property, including antique and cultural objects considered to have There are strict laws about what you can historical significance in their country of bring into Canada. origin (you may, however, bring family heirlooms);
Cars must meet Canadian safety and pollution control standards. Many cars are not allowed into the country. Contact Transport Canada for more information
more than 200 cigarettes (you must pay tax on the excess amount) per person over 18 years of age if you are immibefore you ship your car.
more than 1.5 litres of wine or 1.14 litres of commercial alcohol (you must pay tax
on the excess amount) per person over 19 years of age.



The following items cannot be brought into Canada:


firearms, explosives, fireworks and ammunition;

narcotics, other than prescription drugs;

meat, dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables;

plants, flowers and soil;

endangered species of animals or products made from animal parts, such as the skin,
feathers, fur, bones and ivory;
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/bringincanada.htm
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere (ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 07:18:26 08/19/08 Tue
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere. (ODA2170)


Author:
Karim Khiyani
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Date Posted: 01:37:30 09/03/08 Wed
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere.(OP5808)


Author:
Rashid Mahmood
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Date Posted: 18:39:50 09/03/08 Wed
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
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Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere. (ODA2170)


Author:
Karim Khiyani
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Date Posted: 12:48:20 09/04/08 Thu
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere. (ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 14:19:08 09/04/08 Thu
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere. (OD030)


Author:
Rahim
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Date Posted: 15:04:54 09/04/08 Thu
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere. (ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 03:12:50 09/06/08 Sat
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere.(ODA2154)


Author:
Kashif raeez
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Date Posted: 16:49:10 09/12/08 Fri
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
SIMPLY CLICK ON ANY CATEGORY ON YOUR LEFT SIDE AND SELECT THE LINK OF YOUR CHOICE TO FIND OUT THE DESIRED INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY IDEA OF UPGRADING THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME JUST BY CLICKING ON "CONTACT ME" OPTION AT THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER OF THE PAGE. I WOULD BE PLEASED TO LISTEN YOUR COMMENTS .THANKS TEAM. For more details visit: http://linkstou.50webs.com/
Subject: Settlement in Canada(KDEMF-200)


Author:
Mohammed Fahad
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Date Posted: 03:34:18 09/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada (ODA2170)


Author:
Karim Khiyani
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Date Posted: 03:51:49 09/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(ODA2154)


Author:
Kashif raeez
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Date Posted: 08:28:13 09/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada. (ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 17:12:39 09/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Welcome on links to everywhere.(ODS9648)


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Muhammad Nasir
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Date Posted: 13:27:20 09/23/08 Tue
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HERE YOU CAN FIND LINKS TO ALL THE CATEGORIES PRESENT ON YOUR LEFT SIDE.
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Subject: Canadian life(odo2210)


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Date Posted: 09:12:36 11/25/08 Tue
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Lining up or queuing: People normally line up or queue according to the principle of "first-come, first-served." They will be angry if you push ahead in a lineup instead of waiting your turn. Not smoking in private homes: Most Canadians do not smoke. When you are in people's homes, you should always ask their permission to smoke. If they do not smoke themselves, they may ask you to go outside to smoke. Being on time: You should always arrive on time - at school, at work and for any meeting. People who are often late may be fired from their jobs or suspended from school. Many Canadians will not wait more than 10 or 15 minutes for someone who has a business meeting. For social events, people expect that you will arrive within half an hour of the stated time. Respect for the environment: Canadians respect the natural environment and expect people to avoid littering (dropping waste paper and other garbage on the street or throwing it out of your car). They expect you to hold on to your garbage until you can find a proper garbage can. Bargaining: Bargaining for a better price is not common in Canada, but there are some exceptions. For example, almost everyone bargains for a better price when buying a car or a house, or other expensive items such as furniture. People who sell things privately may also bargain. Smart shopping: Stores compete with one another to attract customers, so it is wise to check and compare prices at different stores before you buy. Note: The price marked on goods in stores does not usually include the federal and provincial sales taxes, which add from 7 percent to 15 percent to the cost of an item, depending on the province in which you buy it. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/impsocial.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(ODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 06:29:15 12/04/08 Thu
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada (ODO2197)


Author:
Javed Ishtiaq
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Date Posted: 05:25:47 12/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(ODO2210)


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Date Posted: 09:23:40 12/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada (ODO2200)


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Syed Shah Raza
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Date Posted: 14:06:41 12/15/08 Mon
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This sitewill help you get ready to leave your home country and make a new life in Canada. It was written especially for newcomers. It tells you what documents you will need to bring, what to expect in the first few days and weeks, how to find a place to live, get a Social Insurance Number and a healthcare card, and find a job. It also explains what services you can expect to receive from the immigrant-serving organizations across Canada. You will also find useful information about Canada's geography, history, government and way of life, and how to become a Canadian citizen. You can either read this site from cover to cover, or one section at a time, depending on what you need to know. If you have access to the Internet, you can do more research before you leave for Canada by visiting the Web sites listed. A Newcomer's Introduction to Canada was written to give you helpful information for planning ahead, but it is not a detailed guide. When you arrive in Canada, you will be recieved a book called Welcome to Canada: What You Should Know, from the Government of Canada It contains specific information on all the practical aspects of living in Canada. visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/synopsis.htm
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