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Tips on How to Apply for a Driver’s License in B.C.

The Province of British Columbia has a population of 5 million, of which 3.65 million hold a driver’s license. It can be shown that a driver’s license is necessary and essential for those living in B.C. A driving test is one of …

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Winter Getaways in BC

Don’t know what to do in the winter? We have some guides on winter getaways in BC! If you are trying to find a perfect place for a weekend getaway, staying in the city or driving up to Whistler is an excellent …

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CELPIP vs IELTS: Which Is Easier for Canada PR / Citizenship?

English is one of the official languages of Canada, and proving your English proficiency is a crucial step in the immigration process. Immigrants must fulfill language requirements to become Canadian Permanent Residents (PR) or Citizens. Two official English language tests for Canadian immigrants …

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EI in BC (Employment Insurance)

What’s EI in BC Employment Insurance is an important benefit that the Canadian government is providing for people who are no fault but unemployed. In British Columbia, when you are laid-off or able to work but can’t find a job, Services Canada …

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Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) in BC

What’s the Workers’ Compensation Board? In British Columbia, the Workers’ Compensation Board is operating as WorkSafeBC, which is an agency established by provincial legislation. It’s mainly mandated to provide a safe environment for employees and partner with employers to prevent workplace injuries, …

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How to get your BC Vaccine Card?

The government of BC announced that from September 13, 2021, all individuals who attend public activities require a  BC Vaccine card (Vaccine Passport). There are two versions of vaccine cards are available: 1. Physical BC Vaccine Card you received when you got …

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How Much Does it Cost to Study in Canada?

Nowadays, with the increase in price levels, the cost of studying in Canada has long been different than before. For both international and domestic students, attending university has been a significant expense. In this blog, we’ll take you through how much it …

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Reasons You Should Take a Training Program

The concept of adults going back to school or taking part-time training programs is becoming more common over the years. According to EAB (2020), an individual who is over the age of 25 is considered an adult learner. The number of adult learners is …