Keyword(s): immigration to Canada
Rule Britannia? What to make of the increasing number of Yanks crossing the Atlantic to become Brits
More and more Americans are making that trek back across the Atlantic and finding that Land of Opportunity not on the Isle of Manhattan, but the Sceptered Isle itself. Why is that, what should we make of it, and if you’re an American looking to make the trip, how should you proceed?
The Top 7 Places for Greeks to live in Canada
Greeks are some of this world’s most “spoiled” people, living in a place of extreme and diverse beauty, enjoying delicious seafood treats while their bodies get pleasantly heated from the warmth of the Greek sun. It’s quite difficult for a Greek to leave this way of life and migrate to Northern countries such as Canada…
A History of Draft Dodgers in Canada
Mark Satin was born in November 1946, 3 months after Bill Clinton, and 4 months after George W. Bush. Who the hell is Mark Satin? Why the bright rebellious son of a WW II vet and college prof who took his student radical days in the USA a step further than most
The Top 8 Worst Ways to Immigrate to Canada
There are numerous ways to come to Canada as both a temporary and permanent resident, and so there are numerous ways to achieve that great goal, Canadian Citizenship. But not all ways are made equal, and one thing we have learned in our experience is that the most popular ways people think of immigrating to…
Ten Extra Things to Add to Your Sponsorship Application
Sponsoring your Cuban spouse for permanent residence in Canada will require you to submit proof of your relationship with your spouse. In most cases of marriages between Canadians and Cubans, the couple has not had the opportunity to live together prior to applying for sponsorship. This makes the task of proving the legitimacy of your…
Your Top 10 Worst Cities to Immigrate to in Canada
We conducted an internet poll, that most scientific of data collection methods. The poll included the 8 cities in our original list and 12 major cities throughout Canada. Through slightly more than 24 hours, here’s how our users ranked the top 10:
Open Sesame! Or How Your Canadian Passport is a Key to Many Doors
Along with many other advantages, the Canadian passport will allow you to travel freely to developed countries all over the world. According to the Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2013, Canadians can visit 170 countries and territories without a visa, or obtain one upon arrival.