Category: CANADA

Enrolled in ESL school in Canada? Here’s why you definitely want to visit a sugar shack this spring

There's more than one reason to be happy at the end of winter. When the days get warm but the nights are still cold, maple trees start producing a lot of sap. Collect enough sap and boil it for a while and you get delicious maple syrup! In Ontario and…

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day when you study English in Canada

St. Patrick's Day, also called the Feast of St. Patrick, is an Irish holiday that takes place every year on March 17th. It celebrates Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Because hundreds of thousands of Irish people moved to Canada in the 1800s, St. Patrick's Day is still celebrated by…

Four must-try winter activities for anyone at English-as-a-second-language school in Canada

Winter in Canada is a very special time. Temperatures get cold, the ground becomes covered in snow, and Canadians get to enjoy their favourite winter activities. There are many fun things to try in the winter that you can't do at any other time of year, such as making a…

Preparing for a Canadian winter: What you need to know when you learn English in Canada

When many people think of Canada, they think of winter. Average temperatures can reach -10 °C in January, though individual days can occasionally get much colder. Snow also covers the ground, creating a beautiful winter wonderland. It's true that Canada's winters can be cold and snowy, but there is a…

4 Little-known Facts About Canada Students in ESL School Might Find Interesting

Canada is a country known around the world for having friendly and welcoming citizens, snowy winters, and beautiful landscapes. Most people know that Canadians love to play hockey and eat food with maple syrup. They might also know that the country has lots of moose and Mounties! However, many people…

Fun Fall Activities to Try While at ESL School in Canada

The season of autumn, sometimes known as fall, is a beautiful and exciting time in Canada. This is especially true in the province of Ontario, where CultureWorks’ several different campuses are located. Canadians love to participate in traditional autumn fun, which usually involves eating lots of tasty foods, visiting with…

Want to Study English in Canada? Why it Was Voted 2017’s #1 Destination by The New York Times

This year, The New York Times rated Canada the number one place to visit in the world. There are many different reasons why Canada is the country to visit this year. From beautiful parks, friendly cities, and plenty of sites to see, it’s the ideal place for international students looking…

Canada Turns 150! 4 Ways to Celebrate When You Study English in Canada

2017 is a big year for Canada. In fact, it’s been named the top travel destination in the world by both The New York Times and Lonely Planet. Canada’s breathtaking natural beauty, fascinating historic sites, and busy cities have all helped to make it the top country to visit this…

4 Reasons to Enroll in a Canadian English as a Second Language School in 2017

Have you been dreaming of enrolling in an English program, but keep putting it off? 2017 is the perfect year to come to Canada and join the 1.75 billion people around the world who speak English. There’s a reason Canada was named the top place to go in 2017 by…

4 Unusual Ottawa Attractions to Visit When You Study ESL for Carleton University

If you’re taking ESL courses because you want to attend Carleton University, you will have plenty of chances to explore Canada’s fun capital city of Ottawa. After you’ve seen all the usual attractions like the Parliament Buildings and Rideau Canal, you might be looking for something even more unique to…