The end of summer is near, so it’s time to make the most of summer and explore the natural beauty of Hamilton’s waterfalls. There are over a hundred to visit, so we have picked six that you should definitely check out.
The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), also known as The Ex, is one North America’s popular fairs and ultimate fun experiences, happening annually at the end of summer at Exhibition Place in Toronto.
In this article you’ll find out a bit about the history of the CNE and its fun and “delicious” vocabulary, which you will definitely need while visiting the exhibit.
What comes to your mind when you hear the word “volunteering”?
Good will? Altruism? Help with no expectation of compensation?
Volunteering can be all those things and more. In Canadian society, it’s a common way to expand your life experience while helping others.
In this article, we have lined up some important benefits you can expect from volunteer work. Check out these 8 main reasons why volunteering is cool and exciting.
The last month of summer is around the corner and it brings lots of fun social events, festivals and happening across the city. Most of these events celebrate cultural diversity, with music, people and cuisine from all over the world.
Most of the activities are free and open to the public. Check out this list of must-see August events prepared by ILAC and we guarantee you will never forget your summer in Toronto.
Sounds of drums, salsa moves and the taste of delicious food are coming your way this August with a host of fun public events and festivals.
Check out the list of must-see activities happening in Vancouver this August and make sure to attend them all.
Learning English as a second language can be a bit overwhelming and quite an arduous task. Most students have hard time understanding native English speakers especially if they have learned from books and are trying to apply their knowledge in the real world.
Thankfully, we live in an information age where we can easily access tons of resources in just one click. In this article, we have compiled a list of 5 forms of mass media which are, in our opinion, the most effective, hassle-free, low-cost and fun way to improve your English.
Known for its mild weather and spectacular vistas of the surrounding landscape, Vancouver remains one of the most popular travel destinations for international students, especially in summer. When you feel the warmth of the radiant sun and pleasant fresh breeze from the ocean, there’s no more pleasant place on earth.
July makes it even more special. There are so many events happening around the city that it will definitely make your summer here unforgettable.
In this blog, we have scouted out festivals and events that are an absolute must-see this July.
July is the warmest month in Toronto, and Torontonians like to make the most of it, being outdoors until sundown, and leaving behind their shiver-inducing memories of a long winter.
There are so many festivals, events and outdoor activities happening every day around the city that it can be overwhelming,
In this article, we have listed “don’t miss” events taking place in July, from mega-sized sports events to massive parades, as well as events that will satisfy your gourmet cravings. We hope you will find your favourite event to visit and that your summer will be unforgettable!
One of the reasons why Canada is loved by so many people is how accepting and tolerant we are of everyone. Regardless of race, culture, religion, beliefs or sexual orientation, our country treats each individual as equals. Canada’s embrace of diversity should not be taken for granted, but should be celebrated.
Today, June 18, is International Picnic Day. The word “picnic” originally comes from French. It is said that this sort of social gathering became popular after the French Revolution. During the Victorian era, picnics were quite elaborate with lineups of well-prepared food, where young men and women met on important occasions.
Nowadays, picnics have become a more casual way of hanging out with friends.
Don’t forget to check our list of the best picnic spots in Vancouver, where you can just relax and enjoy outdoor snacks.