Archive for December, 2012

FSL Tours » Discover French Language in Canada

Canada Tours » Discover French Language in Canada

Get a taste of French  language in Canada on our guided tour through three amazing cities: Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City. Get to know the culture, the people and enjoy the most famous sites and scenes of French Canada. Canadian Parliament, Museum of Civilization, Byward Market, Quebec Observatory, Old Town Quebec, Old Port Montreal, Montmorency Falls (Seasonal), Chateau Frontenac, Free time to Xplore, and free admission to some of the hottest nightclubs in Canada.


The highlights on this tour include the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Byward Market, St. Joseph’s Oratory, Montreal Old Port, Notre Dame Basilica, Chateau Frontenac, Old Quebec,  Olympic Park, Restaurants and bars of Grand Allee, and plenty of free time to explore these amazing cities.

Pricing Details

The price for this tour is $320. A discount of $11 will be applied if you are paying by cash

Price Includes

  • 3 nights hotel (quad accommodation)
  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation by Day
  • Entrance into the best parties
  • Professionally Guided Tours by Local Tour Guides
  • A Tour Escort
  • Entrance to the Museum of Civilization or Boat Cruise on the 1000 Islands (Seasonal)
  • Entrance to the Capital Observatory in Quebec

Travel tips | Study & learn | 10 reasons to study English in Canada

More than 600,000 students will tell you!

More than 600,000 students come to Britain each year to learn English and with all these reasons, it’s little wonder:


You’ll be studying in home of the English language.


Canada has a worldwide reputation for academic excellence.


Quality is guaranteed when you study at an accredited English language centre. Just visit the Canada Council  and English Canada  web sites for full listings.


Canada offers more English language courses than anywhere else in the world and you can study English alongside another subject.


You can choose from a variety of exciting locations in which to study – 4 different countries, bustling cities or quiet countryside.


Canada English language qualifications are recognised and respected all over the world, enhancing your study and career prospects.

Work and study

A student visa normally allows you to work for up to 20 hours a week so you can work and study at the same time.


Learn in an English-speaking environment but with students from a mix of nationalities.

Unique culture

Have a great cultural experience. Enjoy our heritage, history, customs, theatre, nightlife, restaurants, shopping and fashion. Keep learning outside the classroom.


Not only is Canada is an exciting place to visit, it is also the gateway to the rest of North America so you can travel around mainland North America during or after your course.

There are plenty of English schools in Canada   which are fully accredited English language teaching centres. Their website provides details and searches on schools, facilities and courses.

Education Canada is the Canadian  Council’s education   website provides detailed information on studying English and other subjects in Canada.

Canada ‘s 25 occupations in Demand

A report last week by Hays Canada found skills shortages in the country are not acute. By its measure – which looks at wage pressures and labour market flexibility — Canada scores 5.6 on a 10-point scale. A score above the mid-point of 5 suggests employers are having difficulties finding the key skills they need, while a score below 5 shows a slack labour market in which there are no major constraints on the supply of skilled labour.


Here is CIBC’s full list of 25 occupations showing signs of a skills shortage:

Managers in engineering, architecture, science & info systems

Managers in health, education, social and community services

Managers in construction and transportation

Auditors, accountants and investment professionals

Human resources and business service professionals

Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences

Physical science professionals

Life science professionals

Civil, mechanical, electrical and chemical Engineers

Other Engineers

Professional occupations in health

Physicians, dentists and veterinarians

Optometrists, chiropractors and other health diagnosing and treating professionals

Pharmacists, dietitians and nutritionists

Therapy and assessment professionals

Nurse supervisors and registered nurses

Technical and related occupations in health

Medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)

Technical occupations in dental health care

Other technical occupations in health care (except dental)

Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, clergy and probation officers

Supervisors, mining, oil and gas

Underground miners, oil and gas drillers and related workers

Supervisors in manufacturing

Supervisors, processing occupations

20 occupations showing signs of labour surplus

Managers in manufacturing and utilities

Clerical supervisors

Clerical occupations

Clerical occupations, general office skills

Source: Globe and Mail

Related : Canadian job market increasingly a tale of have and have not occupations: CIBC

Photos  25 occupations desesperating needing workers