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I know that I’m still a little bit French, but as time went by, I also adapted to my new home.
Like many in Canada, I embrace the North American way of life while keeping some of my culture. Cultural integration, not assimilation.
I don’t think I’m your typical French. Yet, my citizenship sometimes catches up with me.
I don’t mind it. I like to call myself a “word citizen” but this is the country where I was born, where I grew up and where I was educated.
It’s June, and it’s garage sale season. I wrote about this very popular Canadian activity before but until last weekend, I had never participated in a garage sale. Oh, and did I mention I am the lousiest salesperson on earth?
When I first learned I was pregnant, some people asked me if I was going to move back to France for a few months.Their question surprised me because I hadn’t even considered the option.
When I first came to Canada, I had been warned: there are much less holidays on this side of the Atlantic Ocean, and no public strike will change labor laws. Looking back, I can say the system is different but not in a bad way.