Pre-departure seminars for temporary workers and permanent residents coming from the Philippines can be found here. There are other seminars offered freely in the Philippines through programs funded by the Government of Canada.
|The different faces of Canadians|
Please visit this page more often as we are updating the information on a regular basis.
VERY IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT CANADA
(As a Canadian, Immigrant, Visitor and Traveller)
Alcohol, Drug and Travel
Consent Letter for Children Travelling Abroad
Coping with Culture Shock
Country Travel Advice and Advisories
Cyber Security while Travelling
Embassy of Canada in Manila
Healthy Travel with Children
Homosexual, Bisexual and Transgender Travel
List of Canadian Embassies/Consulates/High Commissions/Trade Offices Abroad
National Disasters and Civil Emergencies
Overseas Fraud ~ An Increasing Threat to the Safety of Canadians
Parent and Grandparent Super Visa
Security Situation in the Middle East and North Africa
Temporary Resident Visas
Travel Advice to Canadians travelling anywhere in the World
Travel Health & Safety
Travelling to Sochi
Travelling With Medication
Using Cellphones, Mobile Devices and Computers Abroad
Canada is the adopted country of this writer. He now lives in Toronto and actively participates in charity works. Both the Philippines and Canada are close to his heart, hence, the purpose of updates of both countries. Visit his updates on Travel to the Philippines.
This writer is a native of the Philippines. He was born, raised and finished his university studies at the Philippine Law School. Worked with two prestigious companies in the Philippines; United Laboratories, Inc. and San Miguel Corporation. He is very familiar with the life in the Philippines.
Being a resident of Canada for almost two decades now, he is familiar with the life in the city of Toronto and Canada as a whole.
If you have questions about life in Canada, feel free to send email to fromatravellersdesk(at)gmail(dot)com
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