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Studying down south!

Close to 100 students and their parents dropped by the EducationUSA booth at the recent  Study and Go Abroad Fair   held at the Toronto Convention Centre. EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State-supported network of advising centers around the work – including Canada. This office provides international students with accurate, comprehensive and current information about how to apply to ... Read More»

Study and Go Abroad Fair

EducationUSA Officer in Canada Michael O’Shea recently offered valuable insight to prospective students at Montreal’s Study and Go Abroad Fair at the Palais de Congrès. Public Affairs and Consular staff were also available to answer questions and encourage students to consider studying in the U.S. With over 5,000 accredited higher education institutions and as home to 6 out of the world’s top 10 ranked Universities , the U.S. is well ... Read More»

Aspiring diplomats get inspired

Aspiring diplomats gathered at the U.S. Consul General to Toronto’s residence recently for a rare opportunity to hear two seasoned diplomats discuss the importance of the U.S.-Canada relationship. Speaking from the Canadian point of view was Michael Kergin. He was Canada’s ambassador to Washington from 2000-2005 and before that held senior positions in both the ... Read More»

2014 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Canada Chapter

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Canada is a constitutional monarchy with a federal parliamentary government. In a May 2011 free and fair multiparty federal election, the Conservative Party, led by Stephen Harper, won a majority of seats in the federal parliament and formed a government. Civilian authorities maintained effective control over the security forces, which did not commit ... Read More»