|From acceptance to attendance: |
what to do after you've been accepted
You've been accepted to school in Canada - congratulations! Believe it or not, the work is not over yet. The transition from acceptance to attendance takes a little bit of planning.
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Pre-departure checklist for students
From Capilano College
Once you have received your admission to Capilano College, there are many things that you need to do to prepare yourself for a rewarding international experience.
Capilano College School Profile
Becoming acquainted with studies in Canada: experiences of U of R students
From University of Regina
So you've just been admitted to the U of R and now you're thinking…"what were those things mom told me I had to do before I start?"
University of Regina School Profile
New Fitness & Recreation complex at St. Clair College
From St. Clair College
St. Clair College has announced plans for the construction of a 75,000 sq. ft. Fitness & Recreation Complex at the Windsor campus. As a kick off to the campaign the College is also pleased to announce the donation of $1 million to this facility by the Faas Foundation.
St. Clair College School Profile
TIP Camp - the time of your life
From Trent University
As a smaller, student-centred university, Trent prides itself on establishing a personal connection with each and every one of our international students. We start things right by making sure we're there at the airport in Toronto to meet you when you arrive in Canada.
Trent University School Profile
|International student award from the University of Lethbridge|
Apply as an international student for undergraduate admission to the University of Lethbridge before June 1, 2008 and automatically be eligible to win a tuition credit up to $5000! The winner will be drawn during the New International Student Orientation in August 2008.
To apply for admission, and automatically be entered into the $5000 tuition credit draw, visit Discover.ulethbridge.ca. For more information, visit the website, or contact the International Centre for Students by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on all Canadian scholarships, visit http://www.ScholarshipsCanada.com.
Volume 1, Issue 4
Québec City, QC, known for its romantic architecture, cobblestone streets, beautiful parks (some former estates), formal gardens and rich history, turns 400 in 2008.|
Canada has a desert, and it's in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley. The 25-km-long desert is part of a system that extends right through the US and into Mexico's Sonoran Desert. It's home to over 100 rare plants and 300 rare invertebrates.
Montréal, QC hosted the Olympic Games in 1976; Calgary, AB hosted in 1988; Vancouver, BC is next in 2010.
Canada's most beautiful beach isn't on the west coast. Surprise! It's Grand Beach in Manitoba, widely recognized as one of North America's 10 best beaches.
Nunavut became Canada's third territory April 1, 1999. Carved entirely out of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut covers 2 million sq km, or approximately one-fifth of Canada's surface. Of the 30,000 residents, 85% are Inuit. "Nunavut" is an Inuktitut word meaning "Our Land".
- Canadian Tourism Commission