All posts by Camille

About Camille

I adore Paris, I really do. But who can pass up an exciting opportunity to explore North America? When I enrolled in a Canadian university, I experienced the differences between French culture in France and French culture in Canada. And there really are differences! For one, French Canadians speak French in their own way. The country is so vast and there are lots of opportunities to find a fulfilling career. While some cities feel like a mix of European and North American culture, others have a completely Canadian identity. And don’t get me started on the delicious, hearty food! The country is charming, laid back and full of life. I’m here to help ease your transition to Canadian living, and give you a few of my special insider tips. // J’adore Paris, vraiment, mais qui peut refuser une occasion formidable d’aller explorer l’Amérique du Nord. Lorsque je me suis inscrite dans une université canadienne, j’ai vécu les différences entre la culture française en France et la culture française au Canada et il y a vraiment beaucoup de différences ! Effectivement, les canadiens français parlent français à leur manière. Le pays est si vaste qu’il y a beaucoup d’opportunités pour réaliser une carrière enrichissante. Alors que plusieurs villes sont un mélange de la culture Européenne et Nord Américaine, d’autres sont typiquement canadiennes. Sans parler des mets délicieux et plutôt copieux ! C’est un pays charmant, décontracté et plein de vie. Je suis là pour vous aider à faciliter votre transition vers la vie canadienne et pour vous donner quelques un de mes conseils.

Obtaining an Ontario Driver’s License

Depending on where you are from, you may be used to driving to get from place to place, and you may want to do the same here! In Ontario, licenses are blue cards that have your photo and address clearly stated on them. The process of acquiring your Ontario driver’s license will depend on whether you’re already a licensed driver or you’re a new driver. Here’s some helpful information on what do do in both cases.

Winter in Toronto

If you’re relocating to Toronto, you’ve probably read about many of the exciting things the city has to offer, from world-class museums and dining, to plenty of parks for outdoor fun and all kinds of festivals and markets. You’ve probably also looked into the Ontarian climate, and if you’re from a warmer region of the globe, the cold winters may be one of the more frightening aspects of moving to Toronto