Bowen Island

Bowen Island. This small island located 25 km northwest, is one of the natural gems of Greater Vancouver. If you like nature, the sea, and enjoying incredible views, you can’t miss it!

To access the spectacular Bowen Island It is necessary to take a ferry at the Horseshoe Bay ferry station (West Vancouver) and in only 20 minutes you will enjoy a stunning natural paradise! Read more

Early Childhood Education Program at Sprott Shaw College

If your passion is the education and care of the little ones, the Early Childhood Education Basic program of Sprott Shaw College  Vancouver will provide you the necessary skills to be a successful professional in the industry.

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Customer Service at Greystone College

Would you like to work directly with the client? The Co-op Diploma in Customer Service by Greystone College will help you develop the necessary skills that will open the door to your professional career. Read more

Traveling from Vancouver at irresistible prices.

If you decided to study in Vancouver, you will surely want to explore the nature and you will want to travel. In this post, you will find info and tips about web pages and agencies that will help you express the adventurer inside you.

Keep reading to discover flight tickets to different destinations at irresistible prices! Read more

Chinese New Year Celebration in Vancouver’s Chinatown

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. Read more

Study the 2-year Diploma in Hospitality Management at SELC Career College.

The Hospitality Management program at Selc Career College will be your lead in the global hospitality industry. Read more

Northern Lights in Canada.

If you are living in Canada or planning to visit soon, you certainly think about its wonderful and fascinating nature. Immense forests, mountains, ocean, wildlife, lots of snow, sun, rain, cold, bears, reindeer, orcas, loonies, wild salmon, beavers, skunks, squirrels, raccoons, the maple leaf, and of course, the Aurora Borealis (or Northern Lights). Read more

Compass card on TransLink.

Compass Card on TransLink is the transport card used in Vancouver, BC, to move from one place to another. If you are going to study in the city (or its surroundings) you need to know how it works. Read more

Winter Outdoor Activities in British Columbia

In British Columbia, you can enjoy mountain sports like never before. Skiing and snowboarding, backcountry ski, heli-skiing, snowmobiling or ice climbing are some of the winter activities you have to try if you’re in Canada during the cold season. Read more