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Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (ODJ2239)


Author:
Mohammad Hashsham Iqbal
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Date Posted: 22:05:59 02/01/09 Sun
Author Host/IP: NoHost/203.101.171.118

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well. Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (ODD2225)


Author:
anwar ahmed khan
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Date Posted: 04:57:54 01/29/09 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/119.73.112.66

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well. Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (ODA2170)


Author:
Karim Khiyani
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Date Posted: 04:08:44 01/29/09 Thu
Author Host/IP: static-host202-61-41-12.link.net.pk/202.61.41.12


Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well. Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (OD029)


Author:
adeel
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Date Posted: 03:03:28 01/29/09 Thu
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-121-2.link.net.pk/119.30.121.2

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well. Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (ODD2226)


Author:
Zeshan Habib
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Date Posted: 01:17:37 01/29/09 Thu
Author Host/IP: 110.145.70.202.dynamic.max.com.pk/202.70.145.110

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well. Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Be a Search Engine Markerters. (KDEK-476)


Author:
Kenneth
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Date Posted: 07:15:29 01/20/09 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/118.103.239.10

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Subject: How to Eat(ODD2226)


Author:
Zeshan Habib
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Date Posted: 06:37:10 01/09/09 Fri
Author Host/IP: 44.145.70.202.dynamic.max.com.pk/202.70.145.44

Limit yourself to no more than two servings of red meat per week. Make sure that no more than a quarter of your calories comes from fat. Cook your own meals at home and avoid eating at restaurants as much as possible. Eat six to eleven servings of complex carbohydrates (fruits and whole grain breads, pasta and cereals), but avoid white flour when possible. Don't go crazy on the protein. Too much doesn't add muscle, contrary to popular belief. It just turns to fat. Boycott mayonnaise and butter (or margarine). Get them out of your refrigerator. Learn to live without them. Don't be afraid to try low or reduced fat versions of your favorite foods. You may actually like them better when you don't feel guilty eating them. Stay away from energy bars, which imply that they will transform you into a fit person. Most of them are loaded with calories. Make your own smoothies. Those made commercially usually contain fattening syrups, but your home-made smoothies (without the gunk) are very healthy. Use all the garlic, oregano, etc. that you want. Eating healthy doesn't mean you can't pack your food with flavor. Pack a sandwich made with whole-grain bread for lunch. Breads with high fibre make you feel fuller than white bread. Get at least 25 grams of fibre every day. Not only does it ward off disease, but it actually blocks the absorption of calories. Don't be fooled by "fat free" labels. Many of these foods contain a lot of sugar, which eventually turns into fat anyway.
Don't fall into the "it's okay to eat chicken" trap. The Crispy Chicken and Filet o' Fish sandwiches at McDonalds each contain more than twice the fat of a McDonald's hamburger. If you need whipped cream, whip up chilled evaporated skim milk - your creation will contain only half a gram of fat per cup. Use extra water in hot cereals to reduce the amount of milk and butter you use. Use seasoned rice vinegar on salads and veggies. It tastes similar to oil and vinegar, but is is fat-free and has very few calories. Cook rice in a mixture of half water, half fruit juice to give it subtle flavor without butter and salt. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/howtoeat.html
Subject: How to Eat(KDEK-392)


Author:
Kherdin
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Date Posted: 07:27:31 12/24/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: 58-27-170-98.wateen.net/58.27.170.98

Limit yourself to no more than two servings of red meat per week. Make sure that no more than a quarter of your calories comes from fat. Cook your own meals at home and avoid eating at restaurants as much as possible. Eat six to eleven servings of complex carbohydrates (fruits and whole grain breads, pasta and cereals), but avoid white flour when possible. Don't go crazy on the protein. Too much doesn't add muscle, contrary to popular belief. It just turns to fat. Boycott mayonnaise and butter (or margarine). Get them out of your refrigerator. Learn to live without them. Don't be afraid to try low or reduced fat versions of your favorite foods. You may actually like them better when you don't feel guilty eating them. Stay away from energy bars, which imply that they will transform you into a fit person. Most of them are loaded with calories. Make your own smoothies. Those made commercially usually contain fattening syrups, but your home-made smoothies (without the gunk) are very healthy. Use all the garlic, oregano, etc. that you want. Eating healthy doesn't mean you can't pack your food with flavor. Pack a sandwich made with whole-grain bread for lunch. Breads with high fibre make you feel fuller than white bread. Get at least 25 grams of fibre every day. Not only does it ward off disease, but it actually blocks the absorption of calories. Don't be fooled by "fat free" labels. Many of these foods contain a lot of sugar, which eventually turns into fat anyway.
Don't fall into the "it's okay to eat chicken" trap. The Crispy Chicken and Filet o' Fish sandwiches at McDonalds each contain more than twice the fat of a McDonald's hamburger. If you need whipped cream, whip up chilled evaporated skim milk - your creation will contain only half a gram of fat per cup. Use extra water in hot cereals to reduce the amount of milk and butter you use. Use seasoned rice vinegar on salads and veggies. It tastes similar to oil and vinegar, but is is fat-free and has very few calories. Cook rice in a mixture of half water, half fruit juice to give it subtle flavor without butter and salt. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/howtoeat.html
Subject: Eat out On diet (KDEK-392)


Author:
Kherdin
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Date Posted: 03:13:00 12/24/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: 58-27-174-249.wateen.net/58.27.174.249

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Different languages. (ODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 10:57:03 12/17/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

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: Be a Search Engine Marketers.(KDEA382)


Author:
anis
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Date Posted: 01:25:34 12/16/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-102-207.link.net.pk/119.30.102.207

The Complete 90 days Crash Course of
S erch E ngine O ppptimizer .

and get the job of 30,000 to 60,000 a month in
M.S.K Enterprises .

Addmission is very limited .

Addission Fees is 5000 Rs/- .

For ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/SEO.htm
Subject: Eat out On diet. (ODO2197)


Author:
Javed Ishtiaque
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Date Posted: 10:53:13 12/15/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/119.73.111.122

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Eat out On diet (KDEF-398)


Author:
Fahad
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Date Posted: 10:35:16 12/15/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Eat out On diet (ODO2200)


Author:
Syed Shah Raza
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Date Posted: 08:46:05 12/15/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-125-77.link.net.pk/119.30.125.77

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: How to speed up metabolism (ODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 04:09:34 12/15/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

Don't skip breakfast. You will lose weight more quickly if you have a bite to eat in the morning. Drink hot water with lemon Eat hot meals rather than cold. Your metabolism speeds up very slightly when you eat and again if the food is hot. Do at least thirty minutes of cardiovascular exercise, five days a week. This will condition you to burn fat more efficiently. Don't deprive your body of carbohydrates, no matter what they say.
You need carbs for energy and will feel terrible without them. Wear a pedometer and see that you take 1,000 steps every day. If you have a sit-down job, get up every hour and walk around for five minutes or so. Dedicate two hours a week to weight training, concentrating on the larger muscles. Every other day is optimal. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/spendupmetabolism.html
Subject: Eat out On diet.(odo2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 06:21:42 12/05/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Why stop on craving food (KDEA382)


Author:
anis
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Date Posted: 04:45:28 12/04/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-98-150.link.net.pk/119.30.98.150

Craving chocolate? Eat a banana. It sometimes satisfies the yearning for chocolate and is much less fattening. Chew sugarless gum. It speeds up the digestive system, burning more calories, and sometimes kills a craving. Exercise! Your appetite will temporarily subside and you'll feel better about taking such a proactive approach. Still craving chocolate? Try a magnesium supplement. Many women are deficient in this mineral, which is found in chocolate. Craving fatty foods? Eat fish, or take a fish oil or flaxseed oil supplement. You may be low in essential fatty acids. Grab something to drink. Sometimes, cravings for food are really thirst in disguise. Sweet tooth? Protein, fat and fiber keep blood sugar levels more even and help keep such cravings under control. Watch your caffeine intake. Caffeine seems to make sugar cravings worse. If your will power weakens at night, try leaving the lights on until the minute you go to bed. Dimmed lights tend to lower inhibitions. Turn off the lights in your kitchen and avoid hanging out there. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/stopfoodcraving.html
Subject: Immigration counter checklistfaceODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 10:44:56 11/27/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

* Have you gathered all of your essential and important documents? Have you had them translated into English or French?
* Have you considered buying health insurance for the time you are travelling and for the short period before you become eligible for Canada's medicare system?
* Do you know what you can and cannot bring into Canada?
* Have you prepared yourself for finding work in Canada?
* Have you researched Canada's labour market in general? Have you used the Internet to learn about finding work in Canada?
* Have you considered living in one of Canada's smaller or medium-sized cities, or in a rural community? Have you used the Internet to learn about these choices?
* Have you considered the season and climate you will find when you arrive, and the clothing that you will need?
* Have you considered contacting an immigrant-serving organization soon after you arrive in Canada?
* Have you considered taking English or French lessons through the LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) program?
The best way to adjust to your new home will be to get involved! Try to speak English or French as much as possible, even if you make mistakes. Ask questions when you need help. Most people are pleased to help and will understand your needs. With time, you will feel more and more at home. Canada and Canadians will welcome you and your family into the larger Canadian family. Good luck on your journey! visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (KWSB-345)


Author:
Bakir
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Date Posted: 23:47:57 11/26/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.8.197

Message Subject:
Immigration counter checklist (XXX)
Message Description:
* Have you gathered all of your essential and important documents? Have you had them translated into English or French?
* Have you considered buying health insurance for the time you are travelling and for the short period before you become eligible for Canada's medicare system?
* Do you know what you can and cannot bring into Canada?
* Have you prepared yourself for finding work in Canada?
* Have you researched Canada's labour market in general? Have you used the Internet to learn about finding work in Canada?
* Have you considered living in one of Canada's smaller or medium-sized cities, or in a rural community? Have you used the Internet to learn about these choices?
* Have you considered the season and climate you will find when you arrive, and the clothing that you will need?
* Have you considered contacting an immigrant-serving organization soon after you arrive in Canada?
* Have you considered taking English or French lessons through the LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) program?
The best way to adjust to your new home will be to get involved! Try to speak English or French as much as possible, even if you make mistakes. Ask questions when you need help. Most people are pleased to help and will understand your needs. With time, you will feel more and more at home. Canada and Canadians will welcome you and your family into the larger Canadian family. Good luck on your journey! visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com
Subject: Immigration counter checklist . (ods1908 )


Author:
sohail ahmed
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Date Posted: 22:40:25 11/26/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.10.201

* Have you gathered all of your essential and important documents? Have you had them translated into English or French?
* Have you considered buying health insurance for the time you are travelling and for the short period before you become eligible for Canada's medicare system?
* Do you know what you can and cannot bring into Canada?
* Have you prepared yourself for finding work in Canada?
* Have you researched Canada's labour market in general? Have you used the Internet to learn about finding work in Canada?
* Have you considered living in one of Canada's smaller or medium-sized cities, or in a rural community? Have you used the Internet to learn about these choices?
* Have you considered the season and climate you will find when you arrive, and the clothing that you will need?
* Have you considered contacting an immigrant-serving organization soon after you arrive in Canada?
* Have you considered taking English or French lessons through the LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) program?
The best way to adjust to your new home will be to get involved! Try to speak English or French as much as possible, even if you make mistakes. Ask questions when you need help. Most people are pleased to help and will understand your needs. With time, you will feel more and more at home. Canada and Canadians will welcome you and your family into the larger Canadian family. Good luck on your journey! visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com
Subject: Different languages.(ODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 09:14:03 11/25/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

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: Canada Pension Plan.(ODO2210)


Author:
Mehmood
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Date Posted: 07:48:42 11/20/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/119.73.111.13

Even if you have many years of experience, you do not automatically have the right to practise your trade or profession in Canada.In most cases, you will need to have your credentials assessed to see whether you need more training, education or Canadian work experience before being qualified to practise.You may wish to get your credentials evaluated before you leave for Canada. The following organizations can tell you how to get your credentials assessed.The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials Web site (www.cicic.ca) has information on academic and occupational credentials for all of Canada and lists nearly 200 professions and trades, in alphabetical order.When you click on your profession or trade, you will find a link to the address and telephone number of the professional or trade association, the addresses and telephone numbers of provincial evaluation services and regulatory agencies, and labour market information (for example, whether there is a demand for people with your particular trade or profession). You will also be able to find out whether your profession or trade is regulated.The Centre does not grant equivalencies or assess credentials. It gives advice and refers newcomers to sources of help. To contact the Centre by mail, write to: visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/eduassess.htm
Subject: Be a Search Engine Marketers. KDEU: 355


Author:
Umair
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Date Posted: 13:26:48 11/19/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: tw118-static3.tw1.com/221.132.118.3

Be a Search Engine Marketers.(XXX)
Message Description:

The Complete 90 days Crash Course of
S erch E ngine O ppptimizer .

and get the job of 30,000 to 60,000 a month in
M.S.K Enterprises .

Addmission is very limited .

Addission Fees is 5000 Rs/- .

For ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/SEO.htm
Subject: Be a Search Engine Marketers(ODO2210)


Author:
mehmood
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Date Posted: 04:01:37 11/19/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: pxy.khi.dancom.net.pk/210.2.185.243

The Complete 90 days Crash Course of
S erch E ngine O ppptimizer .

and get the job of 30,000 to 60,000 a month in
M.S.K Enterprises .

Addmission is very limited .

Addission Fees is 5000 Rs/- .

For ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/SEO.htm
Subject: How to Eat(KDEH-328)


Author:
hassan
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Date Posted: 02:35:15 11/14/08 Fri
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Limit yourself to no more than two servings of red meat per week. Make sure that no more than a quarter of your calories comes from fat. Cook your own meals at home and avoid eating at restaurants as much as possible. Eat six to eleven servings of complex carbohydrates (fruits and whole grain breads, pasta and cereals), but avoid white flour when possible. Don't go crazy on the protein. Too much doesn't add muscle, contrary to popular belief. It just turns to fat. Boycott mayonnaise and butter (or margarine). Get them out of your refrigerator. Learn to live without them. Don't be afraid to try low or reduced fat versions of your favorite foods. You may actually like them better when you don't feel guilty eating them. Stay away from energy bars, which imply that they will transform you into a fit person. Most of them are loaded with calories. Make your own smoothies. Those made commercially usually contain fattening syrups, but your home-made smoothies (without the gunk) are very healthy. Use all the garlic, oregano, etc. that you want. Eating healthy doesn't mean you can't pack your food with flavor. Pack a sandwich made with whole-grain bread for lunch. Breads with high fibre make you feel fuller than white bread. Get at least 25 grams of fibre every day. Not only does it ward off disease, but it actually blocks the absorption of calories. Don't be fooled by "fat free" labels. Many of these foods contain a lot of sugar, which eventually turns into fat anyway.
Don't fall into the "it's okay to eat chicken" trap. The Crispy Chicken and Filet o' Fish sandwiches at McDonalds each contain more than twice the fat of a McDonald's hamburger. If you need whipped cream, whip up chilled evaporated skim milk - your creation will contain only half a gram of fat per cup. Use extra water in hot cereals to reduce the amount of milk and butter you use. Use seasoned rice vinegar on salads and veggies. It tastes similar to oil and vinegar, but is is fat-free and has very few calories. Cook rice in a mixture of half water, half fruit juice to give it subtle flavor without butter and salt. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/howtoeat.html
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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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Craving chocolate? Eat a banana. It sometimes satisfies the yearning for chocolate and is much less fattening. Chew sugarless gum. It speeds up the digestive system, burning more calories, and sometimes kills a craving. Exercise! Your appetite will temporarily subside and you'll feel better about taking such a proactive approach. Still craving chocolate? Try a magnesium supplement. Many women are deficient in this mineral, which is found in chocolate. Craving fatty foods? Eat fish, or take a fish oil or flaxseed oil supplement. You may be low in essential fatty acids. Grab something to drink. Sometimes, cravings for food are really thirst in disguise. Sweet tooth? Protein, fat and fiber keep blood sugar levels more even and help keep such cravings under control. Watch your caffeine intake. Caffeine seems to make sugar cravings worse. If your will power weakens at night, try leaving the lights on until the minute you go to bed. Dimmed lights tend to lower inhibitions. Turn off the lights in your kitchen and avoid hanging out there. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/stopfoodcraving.html

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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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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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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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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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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: Employment in regulated professions and trades in Canada.(XXX


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n 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. for more information visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/employment.htm
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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. for more information visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/employment.htm
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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. for more information visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/employment.htm
Subject: Finding Jobs in Canada.(ODA11808)


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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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In Canada, full-time jobs are common. However, a growing number of people have part-time or short-term jobs.Women make up a large portion of the work force and many have important, senior positions.Canadians may change jobs and careers several times. This is often a personal choice.Sometimes people must change jobs because the economy changes. For these, and other reasons, getting a job is not easy. Many people are looking for work.Newcomers to Canada rarely enter the job market quickly and often must start with jobs below the skill level they worked at in their home country. Once they have Canadian job experience and their ability in English or French improves, so do their job prospects.for more detail visit: http://settlement_in_canada.sitesled.com/finjobc5.htm
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Date Posted: 02:01:38 09/04/08 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
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Subject: Settlement in Canada(OP5808)


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Date Posted: 13:24:56 09/03/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.69.37.146

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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Subject: Settlement in Canada (ODA2170)


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Date Posted: 01:02:36 09/03/08 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: Advertising Jobsodw7000


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Date Posted: 11:40:51 08/28/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.69.42.2

Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites.

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Subject: Settlement in Canada.(OD031)


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Date Posted: 09:55:13 08/28/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.73.44


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: Home Based Jobs oDW7000


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Date Posted: 06:09:08 08/21/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.142.156.172

Date Posted: 05:56:54 08/21/08 Thu
Author: samreen
Subject: Home Based Jobs oDW7000

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
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Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites. You can earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 a month

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Subject: What is slimmer face. (ODA11808)


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Date Posted: 05:38:40 08/21/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: 125-209-115-132.multi.net.pk/125.209.115.132

Make-up timeline : To ensure your eyes stay healthy and free of infection when using make-up, heed the following due-date rules. Throw out your mascara after three months, powder eye shadows every nine to 18 months, and cream eye shadows every six to 12 months. Sharpen your eyeliners often to keep them clean.
Mascara mistakes: To avoid mascara flake-off or smudging on your face, apply a thin cost of mascara to top lashes only. Then run an eyelash brush through lashes to prevent clumpy mascara build-up. Get a rosy glow: Want your face to radiate a healthy glow? Try using a gel blush or cream (instead of powder) in a rosy shade of pink to create a more natural look. Gels or creams are more transparent and blend smoothly – rub it on the apples of your cheek and blend up towards the eye for a glowing complexion. Minute manicure: Need a fast fix for unpolished nails? File nails into a square shape, buff them to create a bit of shine and apply a clear coat of polish. Next rub in cuticle oil around the edges of the nail and moisturize your whole hand. It takes less than 15 minutes and will give your appearance a polished look. Brow etiquette: The trend in eyebrows for this season is natural looking, not sparse and skinny. Use a tinted brow definer or eyeshadow to fill in scanty brows. Fix tired feet: Pamper your tired feet with a luxurious footbath. Fill a basin with warm water and add a few drops of essential oils. Next place marbles or small stones (found at your local garden centre) into the basin. Run your toes and soles of your feet over the marbles, and relax for 15 minutes. visit:http://www.nikhar-e-arab.com/slimfacemakeup.html
Subject: What is slimmer face.(OP5808)


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Date Posted: 08:38:17 08/20/08 Wed
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Make-up timeline : To ensure your eyes stay healthy and free of infection when using make-up, heed the following due-date rules. Throw out your mascara after three months, powder eye shadows every nine to 18 months, and cream eye shadows every six to 12 months. Sharpen your eyeliners often to keep them clean.
Mascara mistakes: To avoid mascara flake-off or smudging on your face, apply a thin cost of mascara to top lashes only. Then run an eyelash brush through lashes to prevent clumpy mascara build-up. Get a rosy glow: Want your face to radiate a healthy glow? Try using a gel blush or cream (instead of powder) in a rosy shade of pink to create a more natural look. Gels or creams are more transparent and blend smoothly – rub it on the apples of your cheek and blend up towards the eye for a glowing complexion. Minute manicure: Need a fast fix for unpolished nails? File nails into a square shape, buff them to create a bit of shine and apply a clear coat of polish. Next rub in cuticle oil around the edges of the nail and moisturize your whole hand. It takes less than 15 minutes and will give your appearance a polished look. Brow etiquette: The trend in eyebrows for this season is natural looking, not sparse and skinny. Use a tinted brow definer or eyeshadow to fill in scanty brows. Fix tired feet: Pamper your tired feet with a luxurious footbath. Fill a basin with warm water and add a few drops of essential oils. Next place marbles or small stones (found at your local garden centre) into the basin. Run your toes and soles of your feet over the marbles, and relax for 15 minutes. visit:http://www.nikhar-e-arab.com/slimfacemakeup.html
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Subject: What is slimmer face (ws2436)


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Date Posted: 08:13:34 08/20/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-120-4.link.net.pk/119.30.120.4

Make-up timeline : To ensure your eyes stay healthy and free of infection when using make-up, heed the following due-date rules. Throw out your mascara after three months, powder eye shadows every nine to 18 months, and cream eye shadows every six to 12 months. Sharpen your eyeliners often to keep them clean.
Mascara mistakes: To avoid mascara flake-off or smudging on your face, apply a thin cost of mascara to top lashes only. Then run an eyelash brush through lashes to prevent clumpy mascara build-up. Get a rosy glow: Want your face to radiate a healthy glow? Try using a gel blush or cream (instead of powder) in a rosy shade of pink to create a more natural look. Gels or creams are more transparent and blend smoothly – rub it on the apples of your cheek and blend up towards the eye for a glowing complexion. Minute manicure: Need a fast fix for unpolished nails? File nails into a square shape, buff them to create a bit of shine and apply a clear coat of polish. Next rub in cuticle oil around the edges of the nail and moisturize your whole hand. It takes less than 15 minutes and will give your appearance a polished look. Brow etiquette: The trend in eyebrows for this season is natural looking, not sparse and skinny. Use a tinted brow definer or eyeshadow to fill in scanty brows. Fix tired feet: Pamper your tired feet with a luxurious footbath. Fill a basin with warm water and add a few drops of essential oils. Next place marbles or small stones (found at your local garden centre) into the basin. Run your toes and soles of your feet over the marbles, and relax for 15 minutes. visit:http://www.nikhar-e-arab.com/slimfacemakeup.html
Subject: What is slimmer face(ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 01:33:04 08/20/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: NoHost/118.103.239.12

Make-up timeline : To ensure your eyes stay healthy and free of infection when using make-up, heed the following due-date rules. Throw out your mascara after three months, powder eye shadows every nine to 18 months, and cream eye shadows every six to 12 months. Sharpen your eyeliners often to keep them clean.
Mascara mistakes: To avoid mascara flake-off or smudging on your face, apply a thin cost of mascara to top lashes only. Then run an eyelash brush through lashes to prevent clumpy mascara build-up. Get a rosy glow: Want your face to radiate a healthy glow? Try using a gel blush or cream (instead of powder) in a rosy shade of pink to create a more natural look. Gels or creams are more transparent and blend smoothly – rub it on the apples of your cheek and blend up towards the eye for a glowing complexion. Minute manicure: Need a fast fix for unpolished nails? File nails into a square shape, buff them to create a bit of shine and apply a clear coat of polish. Next rub in cuticle oil around the edges of the nail and moisturize your whole hand. It takes less than 15 minutes and will give your appearance a polished look. Brow etiquette: The trend in eyebrows for this season is natural looking, not sparse and skinny. Use a tinted brow definer or eyeshadow to fill in scanty brows. Fix tired feet: Pamper your tired feet with a luxurious footbath. Fill a basin with warm water and add a few drops of essential oils. Next place marbles or small stones (found at your local garden centre) into the basin. Run your toes and soles of your feet over the marbles, and relax for 15 minutes. visit:http://www.nikhar-e-arab.com/slimfacemakeup.html
Subject: Home Based Jobs (ODA16808)


Author:
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Date Posted: 15:45:09 08/19/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/118.103.239.11

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
MSK Enterprises have a variety of Online Jobs for House Makers to Students. Everybody can earn from our offered jobs.
The Jobs we offered are as follows:

Post N Earn
Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites. You can earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 a month

Surf N Earn
Surf our given websites in a month & earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 12,000 a month

Link N Earn
1 link could earn you hundreds of $$$$$$ !!!!

Message N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 1.00 per message you send. As much you send as much you earn

Compile N Earn
You will earn Pak Rs 50.00 for every address you compile. Doesn't sound like much

Hit N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 6.00 every time one of your links is clicked!

Seek N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 5.00 per website you find for us

Research N Earn
You just visit websites and record data for pay! Get paid for every research form you submit

Survey N Earn
Fill simple survey form & earn Rs. 25 per survey

Visit for details http://www.msk-enterprises.net/online.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada (ODA11808)


Author:
Syed Saad Uddin
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Date Posted: 05:53:15 08/19/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/118.103.239.10

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: Why stop on craving food (ws2436)


Author:
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Date Posted: 11:23:33 08/13/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-120-4.link.net.pk/119.30.120.4

Craving chocolate? Eat a banana. It sometimes satisfies the yearning for chocolate and is much less fattening. Chew sugarless gum. It speeds up the digestive system, burning more calories, and sometimes kills a craving. Exercise! Your appetite will temporarily subside and you'll feel better about taking such a proactive approach. Still craving chocolate? Try a magnesium supplement. Many women are deficient in this mineral, which is found in chocolate. Craving fatty foods? Eat fish, or take a fish oil or flaxseed oil supplement. You may be low in essential fatty acids. Grab something to drink. Sometimes, cravings for food are really thirst in disguise. Sweet tooth? Protein, fat and fiber keep blood sugar levels more even and help keep such cravings under control. Watch your caffeine intake. Caffeine seems to make sugar cravings worse. If your will power weakens at night, try leaving the lights on until the minute you go to bed. Dimmed lights tend to lower inhibitions. Turn off the lights in your kitchen and avoid hanging out there. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/stopfoodcraving.html
Subject: Why stop on craving food (OD5012)


Author:
Naveed akhtar
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Date Posted: 08:47:51 08/13/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: static-host210-2-140-18.link.net.pk/210.2.140.18

Craving chocolate? Eat a banana. It sometimes satisfies the yearning for chocolate and is much less fattening. Chew sugarless gum. It speeds up the digestive system, burning more calories, and sometimes kills a craving. Exercise! Your appetite will temporarily subside and you'll feel better about taking such a proactive approach. Still craving chocolate? Try a magnesium supplement. Many women are deficient in this mineral, which is found in chocolate. Craving fatty foods? Eat fish, or take a fish oil or flaxseed oil supplement. You may be low in essential fatty acids. Grab something to drink. Sometimes, cravings for food are really thirst in disguise. Sweet tooth? Protein, fat and fiber keep blood sugar levels more even and help keep such cravings under control. Watch your caffeine intake. Caffeine seems to make sugar cravings worse. If your will power weakens at night, try leaving the lights on until the minute you go to bed. Dimmed lights tend to lower inhibitions. Turn off the lights in your kitchen and avoid hanging out there. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/stopfoodcraving.htm
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (ws2436)


Author:
rizwan
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Date Posted: 02:50:43 08/10/08 Sun
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-120-4.link.net.pk/119.30.120.4

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well.
Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Home Based Jobs (OD2134)


Author:
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Date Posted: 02:41:30 08/04/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.15.234

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
MSK Enterprises have a variety of Online Jobs for House Makers to Students. Everybody can earn from our offered jobs.
The Jobs we offered are as follows:

Post N Earn
Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites. You can earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 a month

Surf N Earn
Surf our given websites in a month & earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 12,000 a month

Link N Earn
1 link could earn you hundreds of $$$$$$ !!!!

Message N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 1.00 per message you send. As much you send as much you earn

Compile N Earn
You will earn Pak Rs 50.00 for every address you compile. Doesn't sound like much

Hit N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 6.00 every time one of your links is clicked!

Seek N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 5.00 per website you find for us

Research N Earn
You just visit websites and record data for pay! Get paid for every research form you submit

Survey N Earn
Fill simple survey form & earn Rs. 25 per survey

Visit for details http://www.msk-enterprises.net/online.htm


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Subject: Settlement in Canada(WS2136)


Author:
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Date Posted: 14:21:49 07/26/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-110-54.link.net.pk/119.30.110.54

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: Track For You (WS2136)


Author:
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Date Posted: 11:31:23 07/26/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-100-193.link.net.pk/119.30.100.193

Reward yourself regularly, (don't use food as a reward) buy a new outfit, get a new hair style, even if it's just a grin of approval in the mirror. Don't weigh yourself every day. Instead, get on the weight scales once a week to avoid discouragement.
Instead of obsessing over your weight, keep track of your waist measurement, body fat percentage or clothing size. Have 2 pieces of clothing to help you track your progress. ! that's way too tight and one that fits perfectly at the start of your diet. Try them on every 4 weeks. Create a small graph like the one below with one line that shows your weekly target progress and the other that shows your actual progress. Make your target progress very realistic, say 1lb a week so that you can easily exceed it and keep highly motivated.. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/trackforyou.html
Subject: Settlement in Canada(WS2136)


Author:
owais hadi
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Date Posted: 15:35:45 07/23/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: tw118-static29.tw1.com/221.132.118.29

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: Track For You (WS2136)


Author:
owais hadi
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Date Posted: 11:33:34 07/23/08 Wed
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Reward yourself regularly, (don't use food as a reward) buy a new outfit, get a new hair style, even if it's just a grin of approval in the mirror. Don't weigh yourself every day. Instead, get on the weight scales once a week to avoid discouragement.
Instead of obsessing over your weight, keep track of your waist measurement, body fat percentage or clothing size. Have 2 pieces of clothing to help you track your progress. ! that's way too tight and one that fits perfectly at the start of your diet. Try them on every 4 weeks. Create a small graph like the one below with one line that shows your weekly target progress and the other that shows your actual progress. Make your target progress very realistic, say 1lb a week so that you can easily exceed it and keep highly motivated.. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/trackforyou.html
Subject: Advertising Jobs (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 09:55:39 07/21/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-99-252.link.net.pk/119.30.99.252

Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites.

There is no maximum limit to number of ad that you can post. Work a few hours will mean a really good income. You'll be able to give your family a luxurious life while spending a most of the time with them.

Earning start from Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 in US$ 100 to 1000 a month

Step-by-step free training & tutorial
We offered 10 home based employment opportunities for every living of people so they can make more money & build their living standards

The beautifulness of our Earning program is that all our earning programs are Life Time
To View a full job description for each our positions click on the links below

Orient Earner : Earn up to Pak Rs.6000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Seek Earner: Research websites paid per completed assignment - No Advertising Required

Basic Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.9000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Info Earner: Earn Pak Rs.1 for every FREE Info pack You Give Away

Prime Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.10,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Online Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.20,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Compile Earner: Compile mailing lists from home

Hit Earner: Unlimited Earning.

Jumbo Earner: This position combines all of our positions for an unlimited income

Visit for ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/postnearn.htm
Subject: Immigration Service Organization (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 19:09:44 07/18/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-97-66.link.net.pk/119.30.97.66

ELT (Enhanced Language Training)


ELT aims to develop and deliver higher levels of language training and job-specific language training, including labour market understanding or experience across Canada.


As a component of the Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program, ELT is expected to
provide the following:


Higher levels of language training, Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or the Standards linguistiques canadiens (SLC) levels 7-10 (English or French) will be developed and delivered to help meet the needs of immigrants who enter the country with basic or intermediate English
or French skills but need higher levels of language ability to enter and remainin the labour market;

Higher levels (CLB/SLC 7-10) of jobspecific language training will be developed and delivered to enable immigrants to find and retain jobs commensurate with their qualifications
and skills; and
In order to promote regionalization, CLB/SLC levels 1-10 (English or French) will be developed and delivered in smaller centres without language training infrastructure (specifically the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada [LINC] program). (ELT is not intended to duplicate or substitute for the delivery of LINC);

All of the above must include a bridge to work component, such as work placements,
mentoring, cultural orientation to the workplace, preparation for licensureexams and internships for eligible clients
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/elt.htm
Subject: Types of housing in Canada for living (es18)


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sumbla
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Date Posted: 10:11:21 07/18/08 Fri
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Furnished or unfurnished:
Furnished housing should include beds, tables, chairs, lamps, curtains, a stove and a refrigerator. Unfurnished housing may include a stove and a refrigerator, but not always.


Room for rent:
This is usually in a house or an apartment that is owned or rented by other people. Everyone shares the kitchen and bathrooms.


Bachelor or studio apartment:
These are small apartments designed mainly for one person. They have one large room with a kitchen and a sleeping area, plus a separate bathroom.


Other apartments:
Most other apartments have from one to three bedrooms. All will have a separate kitchen, a living room and a bathroom.


Duplex:
This is a house divided into two separate apartments. It may be bought or rented.


Townhouse:
This is a small house joined to other houses. It may be bought or rented.

Condominium:
Condominium ownership means you own the unit you live in and share ownership rights for the common space of the building. Common space includes areas such as corridors, the grounds around the building, and facilities such as a swimming pool and recreation rooms. Condominium owners together control the common areas through an owners' association. The association makes decisions about using and maintaining the common space.

vist: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/housing.htm
Subject: Eat out On diet (OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 23:09:52 07/17/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.5.3

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Functional municipal governments in Canada (ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 03:01:15 07/17/08 Thu
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Municipal governments have functions delegated to them by other levels of government.

They are responsible for local matters and services. These include:

police and fire protection;

water and sewer services;

recreation; and

local public transportation.
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/mungovt.htm
Subject: Important Social Standards in Canada (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 22:17:07 07/16/08 Wed
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Social practices - not laws - govern many types of behaviour in Canada. Some traditions are well established and are politely but firmly enforced. For example:


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://settlementincanada.50webs.com/impsocial.htm
Subject: Eat out On diet (WS2124)


Author:
Husnain
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Date Posted: 03:59:03 07/16/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.73.35

One of the most common problems people have with losing weight is pitfalls like eating out. Here are a few ways you can control how much you eat:As soon as your food is served, ask for a box and put half of your meal into it, to take home. Restaurant portions are usually twice the size they should be anyway. Don't ruin a nice, low fat salad with creamy dressing. Go for the vinaigrette or oil and vinegar, and use them sparingly.
Don't let yourself down by getting (or sharing) a dessert. Order some fruit or Jell-O instead, if you must have something sweet. Arrive with a healthy meal in mind and ask for it without opening your menu. This will spare you the pain of looking at an array of temptation. After each bite, put your fork down, and don't pick it up again until you've completely swallowed the last bite. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/eatoutondiet.html
Subject: Meanings of beauty.(OD3102)


Author:
Meraj Siddiqui
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Date Posted: 15:33:46 07/15/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.77.3

The world of beauty is a mad, funny, seductive world. Miss-guided in some ways, misleading in others, it's also a source of great pleasure to great many women. Good skin care-along with a healthy diet and exercise-is basic to beauty. So at least once, treat yourself to professional consolation and a facial, just to learn the ropes, along with some guidelines about best cosmetics and caring for your skin. We all have our own unique beauty that is natural to every woman. The way we feel about ourselves shines through to the outer image that we project. Explore the World of Beauty.

Explore the world of Beauty :http://www.nikhar-e-arab.com/
Subject: Advertising Jobs (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 18:44:29 07/14/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-111-158.link.net.pk/119.30.111.158

Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites.

There is no maximum limit to number of ad that you can post. Work a few hours will mean a really good income. You'll be able to give your family a luxurious life while spending a most of the time with them.

Earning start from Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 in US$ 100 to 1000 a month

Step-by-step free training & tutorial
We offered 10 home based employment opportunities for every living of people so they can make more money & build their living standards

The beautifulness of our Earning program is that all our earning programs are Life Time
To View a full job description for each our positions click on the links below

Orient Earner : Earn up to Pak Rs.6000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Seek Earner: Research websites paid per completed assignment - No Advertising Required

Basic Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.9000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Info Earner: Earn Pak Rs.1 for every FREE Info pack You Give Away

Prime Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.10,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Online Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.20,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Compile Earner: Compile mailing lists from home

Hit Earner: Unlimited Earning.

Jumbo Earner: This position combines all of our positions for an unlimited income

Visit for ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/postnearn.htm
Subject: Loss your weight and gain health.(WS2124)


Author:
Husnain
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Date Posted: 17:00:32 07/14/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.73.35

Tall women. Tall women can indulge in wide belts, avoid tight clothes and skirts that are to short or to long. Beauty expert Stephanie Faber recommends tall women play down their waist by wearing their blouses over the pants and skirts and avoid tight belts. Hip heavy triangle woman. A hip heavy triangle and round full figured women can use clothes with vertical lines to make an up and down illusion. V-necks and skirts with slits up the sides are also good. Clothes with small padded shoulders should be chosen . Too big of pads will make you look like a foot ball player. Wear long tops that go passed your hips. Choose jackets, tailored suits and shirtwaist dresses with straight, classic cuts. Lighter colors on top can be worn, this brings eyes up. Wear dark stockings and avoid patterns. Select vertical, fluid patterns and avoid bulky fabrics. Adopt the just below the knee look in dresses and skirts. Choose accessories close to the same color clothes you are wearing including shoes. This gives your body an unbroken slimmer look. Avoid very wide pinafore skirts. Stay with straight or Aline skirts. Top heavy woman. The top heavy body types need to choose long jackets without shoulder pads. Do not wear blouses with fancy details and ruffles. Do not wear clingy fabrics on top, choose darker colors on top. Do not wear tops that are to light. Tops with dolman or raglan sleeves and ones that fit loose and slims down to hug the hips and waist are good. Wear pants or skirts that are pleated to bring the eye down. Choose thin materials like cotton, or cotton jersey. One color dressing will also be thinning. Flat shoes are best unless you are short, then wear heels. If your legs are in good shape shorter hem lengths will draw attention away from your top. Rectangular type woman. The rectangular type can accentuate curves by wearing jackets or tops that hug the waist, feminine thick sweaters over skirts or pants. Use patterns in your tops or bottoms to add dimension. Round out the neckline with necklaces, scarves and other accessories, and use shoulder pads. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/fashionforyou.html
Subject: Loss your weight and gain health.(OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 04:51:18 07/12/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.2.40

Tall women. Tall women can indulge in wide belts, avoid tight clothes and skirts that are to short or to long. Beauty expert

Stephanie Faber recommends tall women play down their waist by wearing their blouses over the pants and skirts and avoid

tight belts. Hip heavy triangle woman. A hip heavy triangle and round full figured women can use clothes with vertical lines

to make an up and down illusion. V-necks and skirts with slits up the sides are also good. Clothes with small padded

shoulders should be chosen . Too big of pads will make you look like a foot ball player. Wear long tops that go passed your

hips. Choose jackets, tailored suits and shirtwaist dresses with straight, classic cuts. Lighter colors on top can be worn,

this brings eyes up. Wear dark stockings and avoid patterns. Select vertical, fluid patterns and avoid bulky fabrics. Adopt

the just below the knee look in dresses and skirts. Choose accessories close to the same color clothes you are wearing

including shoes. This gives your body an unbroken slimmer look. Avoid very wide pinafore skirts. Stay with straight or Aline

skirts. Top heavy woman. The top heavy body types need to choose long jackets without shoulder pads. Do not wear blouses with

fancy details and ruffles. Do not wear clingy fabrics on top, choose darker colors on top. Do not wear tops that are to

light. Tops with dolman or raglan sleeves and ones that fit loose and slims down to hug the hips and waist are good. Wear

pants or skirts that are pleated to bring the eye down. Choose thin materials like cotton, or cotton jersey. One color

dressing will also be thinning. Flat shoes are best unless you are short, then wear heels. If your legs are in good shape

shorter hem lengths will draw attention away from your top. Rectangular type woman. The rectangular type can accentuate

curves by wearing jackets or tops that hug the waist, feminine thick sweaters over skirts or pants. Use patterns in your tops

or bottoms to add dimension. Round out the neckline with necklaces, scarves and other accessories, and use shoulder pads.

visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/fashionforyou.html
Subject: Advertising Jobs (WS2124)


Author:
Husnain
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Date Posted: 03:23:52 07/10/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.74.193

Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites.
There is no maximum limit to number of ad that you can post. Work a few hours will mean a really good income. You'll be able to give your family a luxurious life while spending a most of the time with them.
Earning start from Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 in US$ 100 to 1000 a month
Step-by-step free training & tutorial
We offered 10 home based employment opportunities for every living of people so they can make more money & build their living standards
The beautifulness of our Earning program is that all our earning programs are Life Time
To View a full job description for each our positions click on the links below

Orient Earner : Earn up to Pak Rs.6000 per month - Paid per typed assignment
Seek Earner: Research websites paid per completed assignment - No Advertising Required
Basic Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.9000 per month - Paid per typed assignment
Info Earner: Earn Pak Rs.1 for every FREE Info pack You Give Away
Prime Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.10,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment
Online Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.20,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment
Compile Earner: Compile mailing lists from home
Hit Earner: Unlimited Earning.
Jumbo Earner: This position combines all of our positions for an unlimited income
Visit for ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/postnearn.htm
Subject: How to speed up metabolism (d257)


Author:
shama naz
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Date Posted: 18:34:52 07/05/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.24.229

Don't skip breakfast. You will lose weight more quickly if you have a bite to eat in the morning. Drink hot water with lemon Eat hot meals rather than cold. Your metabolism speeds up very slightly when you eat and again if the food is hot. Do at least thirty minutes of cardiovascular exercise, five days a week. This will condition you to burn fat more efficiently. Don't deprive your body of carbohydrates, no matter what they say.
You need carbs for energy and will feel terrible without them. Wear a pedometer and see that you take 1,000 steps every day. If you have a sit-down job, get up every hour and walk around for five minutes or so. Dedicate two hours a week to weight training, concentrating on the larger muscles. Every other day is optimal. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/spendupmetabolism.html
Subject: Settlement in Canada(OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 07:05:50 07/03/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.22.211

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: advertising job (d21)


Author:
scc
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Date Posted: 06:12:34 06/30/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/117.102.24.5

Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites.

There is no maximum limit to number of ad that you can post. Work a few hours will mean a really good income. You'll be able to give your family a luxurious life while spending a most of the time with them.

Earning start from Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 in US$ 100 to 1000 a month

Step-by-step free training & tutorial
We offered 10 home based employment opportunities for every living of people so they can make more money & build their living standards

The beautifulness of our Earning program is that all our earning programs are Life Time
To View a full job description for each our positions click on the links below

Orient Earner : Earn up to Pak Rs.6000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Seek Earner: Research websites paid per completed assignment - No Advertising Required

Basic Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.9000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Info Earner: Earn Pak Rs.1 for every FREE Info pack You Give Away

Prime Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.10,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Online Earner: Earn up to Pak Rs.20,000 per month - Paid per typed assignment

Compile Earner: Compile mailing lists from home

Hit Earner: Unlimited Earning.

Jumbo Earner: This position combines all of our positions for an unlimited income

Visit for ore details: http://www.msk-enterprises.net/postnearn.htm


Optional Link URL:

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Subject: Communities across Canada (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 19:58:25 06/28/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-111-129.link.net.pk/119.30.111.129

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: Work with Data Entry Companies (1050)


Author:
Asad
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Date Posted: 10:41:23 06/28/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-124-21.link.net.pk/119.30.124.21

Work with Data Entry Companies. Type basic transcripts, Fill simple marketing forms, PPC Data entry , Ad submitters , Web researchers, Paid Surveys , Paid Shopping , Paid Driving, Paid Blogging , Paid email/surfing, Telecommuting Jobs , Several other entry level positions. Free E-books, Scripts & Software's. Get $25 Signup Bonus. PLUS FREE LIFETIME UPDATES. Please visit :- http://www.clicknearn.net/idevaffiliate/a/1050.php?page=26
Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(d257)


Author:
shama naz
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Date Posted: 05:11:42 06/28/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.15.62

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: How to find a place to live in Canada. (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 04:30:01 06/28/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-97-247.link.net.pk/119.30.97.247

Here's how to look for the right home for you:


search the classified advertisements in local newspapers;

become familiar with the public transportation available;

ask an immigrant-serving organization in your area for advice;

ask friends and family already living in the area for advice;

look for "Vacancy" or "For Rent" signs on houses and apartment buildings;

check bulletin boards in grocery stores, laundromats, health clinics and
community centres; and

ask for advice at your place of worship.
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/place.htm
Subject: LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) (ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 02:15:11 06/28/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-104-30.link.net.pk/119.30.104.30

There are hundreds of immigrant-serving organizations in Canada. Many are staffed by former newcomers to Canada, who understand the challenges that immigrants may face. They usually have people available who speak your language and can accompany you as interpreters. Citizenship and Immigration Canada supports many of these organizations financially, helping
newcomers adapt to life in Canada.

Settling in will be much easier if you contact an immigrant-serving organization as soon as
you arrive. The people who work for these organizations can help you find a place to live and can answer your questions about shopping, education for your children, transportation, language training and other important matters.


Immigrant-serving organizations can help you:


find a place to live;

get your Social Insurance Number andhealth-care card;

enrol your children in school;

get language training;

find a family doctor;

find out about government and community services for newcomers;

look for a job;

develop a realistic budget; and

get emergency food aid, if it is needed.

Note:

In Quebec, the Ministère de l'Immigrationet des Communautés culturelles is organized into different regions. Each region has a local office, called a Carrefour d'intégration, which works with the immigrant-serving organizations to help newcomers adapt to life in Quebec.


Most immigrant-serving organizations offer, or can provide information on, the following
Government of Canada programs.


LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada)


LINC is a federal government program for all eligible adult immigrants.

It offers:

free language training for adult newcomers who want or need basic English or French;

language classes given by school boards, colleges and local organizations;

the choice of studying part-time, full-time, evenings or weekends, depending on your
needs and your schedule; and

transportation and child-minding, if necessary.
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/chapter3.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada(OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 23:09:41 06/27/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.2.45

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: Your First Few days in Canada (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 13:05:01 06/27/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-103-54.link.net.pk/119.30.103.54

To Buy or To Rent
When you first arrive in Canada, you will probably be living in a temporary home. You will soon be looking for a more permanent place to live. Canada has many different types of housing and a wide range of prices.


Finding the right place will take some time and effort. Your first decision will be whether
to rent a house or an apartment, or to buy a house.


Whether you rent or buy will depend on your personal finances and whether you already
have a job in Canada. Most newcomers decide they should first rent a house or apartment. This gives them more time to save money to buy a house and to decide where they want to live.


If you want to buy a house, unless you can pay the full price, you will need to get a longterm
loan called a mortgage. Mortgage loans are provided by banks and other financial institutions.

They decide whether the borrower has enough income, more assets than debts, and a good credit rating.

Most will ask you to pay at least five percent of the cost of the house from your own money.

visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/buy.htm
Subject: Settlement in Canada.(OD031)


Author:
Hussain
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Date Posted: 02:12:56 06/27/08 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: International educational assessment services in Canada (ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 10:33:47 06/26/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-109-188.link.net.pk/119.30.109.188

Even if you have many years of experience, you do not automatically have the right to
practise your trade or profession in Canada.

In most cases, you will need to have your credentials assessed to see whether you need more training, education or Canadian work experience before being qualified to practise.

You may wish to get your credentials evaluated before you leave for Canada. The following organizations can tell you how to get your credentials assessed.

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials Web site (www.cicic.ca) has information on academic and occupational credentials for all of Canada and lists nearly 200 professions and trades, in alphabetical order.

When you click on your profession or trade, you will find a link to the address and telephone number of the professional or trade association, the addresses and telephone numbers of
provincial evaluation services and regulatory agencies, and labour market information (for
example, whether there is a demand for people with your particular trade or profession). You will also be able to find out whether your profession or trade is regulated. visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/eduassess.htm
Subject: applying for a health insurance card (d21)


Author:
scc
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Date Posted: 07:36:00 06/26/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/203.81.215.249

One of the most important things you need to do as soon as you arrive in Canada is to apply for a health insurance card.

All members of your family, even newborn babies, must have their own card. You can get an application form from the provincial ministry of health office, any doctor's office, a hospital or a pharmacy.

If necessary, the immigrant-serving organization in your area can help you fill out the form.

To apply for a health card, you will need your birth certificate or Confirmation of Permanent Residence and passport. The permanent resident card may also be presented.

In most provinces, you will receive coverage as soon as you apply.

Health-care services covered by medicare include:


examination and treatment by family doctors;

many types of surgery;

most treatment by specialists;

hospital care;

X-rays;

many laboratory tests; and

most immunizations.

Health-care services not covered by medicare, and for which you will have to pay, include:


ambulance services;

prescription drugs;

dental care; and

glasses and contact lenses.

These services are sometimes covered by workplace benefit packages.


Your health insurance card is mainly for use in the province where you live. If you are visiting another province and have a medical emergency, you can use your card.

However, if you move to another province, you will need to apply for a new card.


As people in Canada tend to move in the spring and summer months, these are the best times to look for a home; there will be more choices available.


In Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick and Quebec, there is a threemonth waiting period before you become eligible for medicare coverage. If you are immigrating to any of these provinces, you should get private, short-term health-care insurance for the first three months.


Insurance companies are listed in the Yellow Pages of all Canadian telephone books, under "Insurance".

visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/healthinsurancecard.htm


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Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (OD5001)


Author:
IMRAN KHAN
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Date Posted: 07:15:46 06/25/08 Wed
Author Host/IP: 125-209-115-133.multi.net.pk/125.209.115.133

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well.
Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Opportunities of business immigrant (ES18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 18:55:58 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-110-58.link.net.pk/119.30.110.58

If you are coming to Canada as a business immigrant, use the Internet to find out about
sources of financing, business opportunities, export and investment services, self-employment
assistance and information for small businesses. There are many rules for starting a business in Canada.

When you are deciding how much money to bring into Canada, it helps to research the cost of living in the part of Canada where you plan to live. This information can be found on the provincial and territorial Web sites.

Visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/business.htm
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (OD5001)


Author:
IMRAN KHAN
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Date Posted: 13:50:37 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: 125-209-115-131.multi.net.pk/125.209.115.131

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well.
Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Home Based Jobs (OD5000


Author:
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Date Posted: 13:38:39 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: static-host210-2-130-131.link.net.pk/210.2.130.131

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
MSK Enterprises have a variety of Online Jobs for House Makers to Students. Everybody can earn from our offered jobs.
The Jobs we offered are as follows:

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Link N Earn
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Message N Earn
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Compile N Earn
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Hit N Earn
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Seek N Earn
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Research N Earn
You just visit websites and record data for pay! Get paid for every research form you submit

Survey N Earn
Fill simple survey form & earn Rs. 25 per survey

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Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(OD010)


Author:
Bilal Inam
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Date Posted: 12:41:27 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.163.118.2

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass.
visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(OD031)


Author:
Hussain
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Date Posted: 10:54:22 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.73.44


Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(d257)


Author:
shama naz
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Date Posted: 03:24:42 06/24/08 Tue
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.2.249

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(OD031)


Author:
Hussain
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Date Posted: 21:57:15 06/23/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/202.133.73.44


Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (OD5001)


Author:
IMRAN KHAN
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Date Posted: 15:00:41 06/23/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: NoHost/118.103.239.12

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well.
Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Hands beauty care your nails. (OD5006)


Author:
BEENISH SHAKIL
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Date Posted: 10:11:57 06/23/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: tw118-static44.tw1.com/221.132.118.44

Apply hand lotion and begin to massage the palm of your hand with the thumb of your other hand. This will help to circulate the blood. Work your way over the remainder of the hand and then repeat giving equal time to the other hand. Before color is applied to nails, they must be cleaned and the easiest way to do this is with an orange stick that has been wrapped with cotton. Dip into nail polish remover and then rub over the surface of the nail. Check the nail for any creamy residue. When none remains, your nails will be ready for polishing. Time for color. Pick up a small amount of polish on your brush and paint one stroke down the center of your nail. Your brush should hold just enough color to accomplish this. Stroke the sides of the nail and you are done. The nail should be completely colored in three strokes. Allow to set for a minute or so before applying the second coat. Wait until polish is set (dry to the touch) and then apply the top coat. Don't skip this step as it not only adds life to your manicure, it will protect your nails as well.
Sanitize all of your equipment with alcohol and when they are dry, store them away until the next manicure. Nail Tips: Nail polish can be stored in the fridge. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish thinner. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little Vaseline to prevent this from happening. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/nailcare.html
Subject: Home Based Jobs (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 03:53:45 06/23/08 Mon
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-99-21.link.net.pk/119.30.99.21

Home Based Jobs (XXX)


Message Description:

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
MSK Enterprises have a variety of Online Jobs for House Makers to Students. Everybody can earn from our offered jobs.
The Jobs we offered are as follows:

Post N Earn
Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites. You can earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 a month

Surf N Earn
Surf our given websites in a month & earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 12,000 a month

Link N Earn
1 link could earn you hundreds of $$$$$$ !!!!

Message N Earn
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Compile N Earn
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Hit N Earn
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Seek N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 5.00 per website you find for us

Research N Earn
You just visit websites and record data for pay! Get paid for every research form you submit

Survey N Earn
Fill simple survey form & earn Rs. 25 per survey

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Subject: Getting ready if you are a business immigrant (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 19:32:44 06/21/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-96-232.link.net.pk/119.30.96.232

If you are coming to Canada as a business immigrant, use the Internet to find out about
sources of financing, business opportunities, export and investment services, self-employment
assistance and information for small businesses. There are many rules for starting a business in Canada.

When you are deciding how much money to bring into Canada, it helps to research the cost of living in the part of Canada where you plan to live. This information can be found on the provincial and territorial Web sites.

Visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/business.htm
Subject: schools and university of canada (xxx)


Author:
scc
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Date Posted: 00:48:52 06/21/08 Sat
Author Host/IP: NoHost/203.81.205.247

There is no national school system in Canada. Schools and universities are run by the provinces; therefore, education varies somewhat from province to province. Most elementary and secondary schooling is public, meaning it is free and open to everyone. Depending on the individual province, primary eduation starts at pre-kindergarten and continues to the end of grade 6 or 8.

This is followed by secondary education or high school. In some provinces this may be divided into junior high (grades 7 to 9) and senior high (grades 10 to 12). Normally, students must complete the required academic courses in high school in order to be admitted to university or college.

The regular school year runs from late August or early September until mid- to late June.
New students can usually be registered throughout the school year. Most schools are
closed on national holidays. Also, all schools are closed between Christmas Eve and New
Year's Day, and most are closed for a week in March for spring break. The longest school
holiday occurs over the summer months of July and August.
Universities and community colleges hold their regular classes from late August or early
September until April, although some courses are offered from January to April and a smaller number are available over the summer months. University and community college courses are not free and the costs vary among the provinces.

When you register your children at the local school or school board office, you must take with you:


Canadian immigrant visa (permanent resident card);

birth certificate or baptismal certificate;

vaccination certificate;

any previous school records.

Your children's language and mathematical skills will be assessed, if necessary, and they will be placed in the program the school thinks is best for them.


Education in Canada is available in English and French. Many Canadian parents, even if they do not speak French themselves, believe it is good for their children to be able to speak both English and French. Some put their children in a French immersion program, where children learn most of the regular subjects in French.

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Subject: Immigration Service Organization (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 09:34:25 06/20/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-105-23.link.net.pk/119.30.105.23

ELT (Enhanced Language Training)


ELT aims to develop and deliver higher levels of language training and job-specific language training, including labour market understanding or experience across Canada.


As a component of the Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program, ELT is expected to
provide the following:


Higher levels of language training, Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or the Standards linguistiques canadiens (SLC) levels 7-10 (English or French) will be developed and delivered to help meet the needs of immigrants who enter the country with basic or intermediate English
or French skills but need higher levels of language ability to enter and remainin the labour market;

Higher levels (CLB/SLC 7-10) of jobspecific language training will be developed and delivered to enable immigrants to find and retain jobs commensurate with their qualifications
and skills; and
In order to promote regionalization, CLB/SLC levels 1-10 (English or French) will be developed and delivered in smaller centres without language training infrastructure (specifically the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada [LINC] program). (ELT is not intended to duplicate or substitute for the delivery of LINC);

All of the above must include a bridge to work component, such as work placements,
mentoring, cultural orientation to the workplace, preparation for licensureexams and internships for eligible clients
visit: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/elt.htm
Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(d257)


Author:
shama naz
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Date Posted: 09:07:50 06/20/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: NoHost/116.71.6.186

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: home base job (xxx)


Author:
scc
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Date Posted: 06:22:47 06/20/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: NoHost/117.102.24.102

You can earn from internet while chatting or surfing from the comfort of your Home. If you want to earn while sitting at home, work in your own schedule, give your family & friends more time and get even more advantages, then these offers might be the most important thing you'll ever have.
MSK Enterprises have a variety of Online Jobs for House Makers to Students. Everybody can earn from our offered jobs.
The Jobs we offered are as follows:

Post N Earn
Simply you just have to post the 2to3 lines advertisements on the free classified websites. You can earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 60,000 a month

Surf N Earn
Surf our given websites in a month & earn Pak Rs. 6000 to Pak Rs. 12,000 a month

Link N Earn
1 link could earn you hundreds of $$$$$$ !!!!

Message N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 1.00 per message you send. As much you send as much you earn

Compile N Earn
You will earn Pak Rs 50.00 for every address you compile. Doesn't sound like much

Hit N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 6.00 every time one of your links is clicked!

Seek N Earn
Earn Pak Rs. 5.00 per website you find for us

Research N Earn
You just visit websites and record data for pay! Get paid for every research form you submit

Survey N Earn
Fill simple survey form & earn Rs. 25 per survey

Visit for details http://www.msk-enterprises.net/online.htm


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Subject: Get rid of bed breath.(OD030)


Author:
Rahim
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Date Posted: 05:40:59 06/20/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-124-16.link.net.pk/119.30.124.16

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem which often comes from the activity of bacteria in the mouth. Although there is no way of knowing for sure, most adults probably suffer from bad breath occasionally, with perhaps a quarter suffering on a regular basis. Bad breath is a sure-fire way to send potential suitors scrambling for the exits. Chances are, that yummy chicken you enjoyed at lunch is still hanging around in your mouth, which can cause less-than-pleasant-smelling bacteria to form, especially on your tongue. Our bad-breath weapon of choice is a tongue scraper, which some say resembles a medieval torture implement but is actually a disposable U-shaped plastic tool with tiny ridges on one side. It's very easy to use, and it will help clear away any leftover food and odor-causing bacteria that have settled on your tongue. Starting at the back of your mouth, gently drag the scraper along your tongue two or three times, rinsing it in between each pass. visit: http://nikhar-e-arab.com/badbreath.html
Subject: Types of housing in Canada for living (es18)


Author:
sumbla
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Date Posted: 02:07:55 06/20/08 Fri
Author Host/IP: static-host119-30-104-146.link.net.pk/119.30.104.146

Furnished or unfurnished:
Furnished housing should include beds, tables, chairs, lamps, curtains, a stove and a refrigerator. Unfurnished housing may include a stove and a refrigerator, but not always.


Room for rent:
This is usually in a house or an apartment that is owned or rented by other people. Everyone shares the kitchen and bathrooms.


Bachelor or studio apartment:
These are small apartments designed mainly for one person. They have one large room with a kitchen and a sleeping area, plus a separate bathroom.


Other apartments:
Most other apartments have from one to three bedrooms. All will have a separate kitchen, a living room and a bathroom.


Duplex:
This is a house divided into two separate apartments. It may be bought or rented.


Townhouse:
This is a small house joined to other houses. It may be bought or rented.

Condominium:
Condominium ownership means you own the unit you live in and share ownership rights for the common space of the building. Common space includes areas such as corridors, the grounds around the building, and facilities such as a swimming pool and recreation rooms. Condominium owners together control the common areas through an owners' association. The association makes decisions about using and maintaining the common space.

vist: http://settlementincanada.50webs.com/housing.htm
Subject: you can can be a search engine optimizer(xxx)


Author:
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Date Posted: 20:15:52 06/19/08 Thu
Author Host/IP: NoHost/203.81.233.196

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Subject: explore beauty (xxx)


Author:
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Date Posted: 02:50:26 06/19/08 Thu
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