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No playoffs this year north of border country shut out for first time in 46 years.
For the first time since the 1969-70 season, the Stanley Cup Playoffs will be contested entirely south of the 49th parallel. And, as salt in the wound for patriotic Canadian fans, Commissioner Gary Bettman will present hockey’s Holy Grail to the captain of a U.S.-based team for the 22nd consecutive season. Continue reading Woe Canada!→
The economic growth of recent years, in addition to rates interests with a low historical, has contributed to the fact that the real estate market in Canada has suffered a growth in demand and supply in an extraordinary manner. Continue reading The real estate market→
The public education system on Canada includes kindergarten to twelve grade level. All public schools on Canada are accredited by each province with public funds maintenance and follow a standard curriculum, the teachers are certified by de Government. Although the educational system of each province presents many similarities, each one has its own curriculum to reflect the culture and the history of their region. More than 95% of Canadians choose public education for their children. Continue reading Canadian education system→
Before making the decision to buy a second-hand car either in the city of Montreal, Ottawa or Toronto, it’s important to know everything involved on the purchase process. The price is an essential part of that decision which is why the second-hand cars have increased their sales to become the first choice for many consumers. However, this is not as simple as it seems, so here are some important items to know before to avoid surprises in the future. Continue reading Choosing a Good Car→
The public transportation system in the large cities of Canada works quite well, it is not cheap, but leads you where do you want to go, comfortably and quickly. However, a lot of people move by car, either for convenience or because their workplace is remote and it’s difficult to reach by public transportation. Continue reading Buying my first car in Canada→