This first school year left me feeling somewhat frustrated. Back in September, I had many questions, practical and cultural, and I never got answers.
Monthly Archives: June, 2017
The stereotypical Canadian image, especially when coming from those living abroad, may focus on an…
The Great White North has a lot more to offer than maple syrup, ice hockey,…
Whenever something feels culturally strange in North America, I learned to ask myself the following question: is this an actual thing or just a corporate money-grab excuse?
No matter whether you’re coming to celebrate Canada Day with us or if you’re reading this months or years after the event, here are a few more tips to enjoy your time in Canada!
Two feel-good stories featuring British author Cath Staincliffe and chocolate. Read on. It will make sense!
If you haven’t met any of us abroad—we are easy to spot with the Maple Leaf on our backpacks—let me tell you with a hint of pride that we are pretty chilled.
It starts with a predictable giant sign—well, two, actually, “Ottawa” and “#Stand for Canada.”
As the official head of the parental communication team, I was fully prepared to help Mark read the fine print of life in society.
When I logged back in Feedly, I realized there weren’t that many articles unread, certainly fewer than I had expected considering I follow about 50 personal blogs.