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O inverno foi atípico. Como será a primavera?

Este ano, a primavera começou oficialmente no dia 19 de março aqui no Hemisfério Norte. A expectativa...

Prime Minister announces support for vulnerable Canadians affected by COVID-19

During the global COVID-19 outbreak, the Government of Canada is working hard to help Canadians, including our youth and seniors. Over the...

Prime Minister announces support for small businesses facing impacts of COVID-19

The Government of Canada is focused on helping Canadians and businesses through this tough economic time. We will continue to protect...

Tourist Attractions of Canada’s Maritime Provinces

Situated on the shores of the St. Lawrence Gulf, the largest estuary in the world, the provinces of Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and...

Hôtel de Glace, a magical universe made of ice

Once again, one of the most ambitious projects in North America opens its doors to those who dream of...

Um tributo a Nelson Santos, prefeito da cidade de Kingsville, Ontario

Nelson Santos, prefeito de Kingsville, Ontário. Foi um grande prazer, honra e bênção conhecer e entrevistar Nelson Santos,...

Tourism in the Canadian prairies, Manitoba and Saskatchewan

In general, the prairie provinces are well known for their cold, cold winters, but little is said about the tourist attractions of...

A tribute to Mark Wu. Brazilian-Chinese-Canadian member of Hamilton 100 committee:...

Hamilton 100 Committee– Da esquerda para a direita: PJ Mercanti, Presidente e director executivo, Mark Wu Vice-Presidente do Digital Marketing,...

Buying a Home? Know the legal consequences and avoid common mistakes

A home is a significant asset. For many Canadians, it’s the biggest purchase we’ll make, and the process of finding and buying...

Pier 21 em Halifax. Porta de entrada dos imigrantes no Canadá

O terminal de transatlântico Pier 21, em Halifax, é considerado a principal porta de entrada dos imigrantes pioneiros no Canadá. Entre 1928 e 1971, mais de um milhão de imigrantes chegaram ao Canadá pelo Pier 21. Hoje, o terminal abriga o Museu Canadense de Imigração. Nele, uma placa comemorativa dos 30 anos da primeira grande onda de imigrantes brasileiros ao Canadá.