Canada Day is the national statutory holiday par excellence. This day celebrates the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the Constitution Act. This year, the holiday is postponed to Monday, July 2.
Victoria Day, also known as Queen’s Day, is a statutory holiday in Canada. Each year, on the Monday before May 25th, this celebration honors Queen Victoria’s birthday. In Quebec, the National Day of the Patriots or Jurnée Nationale des Patriotes is commemorated.
To welcome the 4716 Chinese year (our 2018), year of the dog, several events are held in Vancouver. Chinese lion dance, martial arts, music and many more … Chinatown is one of the best places to meet this interesting culture and participate in its popular event.
The Summer Camps are back!!! Start planning your Summer, improving your English, making new friends from all over the world and living an amazing experience in Canada!!! The summer camps are designed for young people between 15 and 18 years old (depending on the program) who want to improve their level of English in a […]