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IELTS Testing Day: Listening, Reading and Writing Tests

The day after we had our IELTS Speaking exam, it was time to take the Listening, Reading and Writing parts of the exam to complete our IELTS. Like our post on the Speaking exam, both N and I will share our experiences with you in hopes of giving you guys …

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Humanitarian and Compassionate Consideration options

Figure 1 Catehrine with her husband and baby, together with the staff of her Consultant Catehrine Tanan could not contain her happiness when she received her permanent resident card. “At last, I am officially a permanent resident of Canada” says one of her Facebook message post. Such is the sentiment …

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8 Things I didn’t know before Moving to Canada

I found a very interesting article written a long time ago but still worthy to share. This is not to discourage anyone but it is a reality check of immigrants’ lives. It is not yet outdated, it is still happening around here in Canada and I think every immigrant is …

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Caregiver Inspiring Story: 7000 miles away from home

Name: Annie Chua Career: Author of Domestically Yours: A Caregiver’s Inspiring Journey, Entrepreneur – Little Annie Kidzline , creator of Caregiver and Nanny World community, Logistics Specialist. Years in Canada: 13 years Province: Paranaque City Q. What education did you receive in the Philippines and what was your career outlook …

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10 Things About Filipino-Canadian MasterChef Matthew Astorga

Season 3 of MasterChef Canada featuring the new batch of home cook hopefuls will premier in 6 days. Last week, I featured one of the lucky home cooks who made it to the top 40. This week, I again had the privilege to meet one of the top 40 finalists, …

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