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Winter Activites in Vancouver

Now that winter has arrived in Vancouver, there are lots of fun activities to do around town. Getting out and finding something fun to do is always easy this time of year. One of the most popular is outdoor ice skating at the Robson Square ice rink, which is a short walk from the school….

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Returning to Canada for a Eurocentres Toronto student was as great the second time as it was the first.

    Daniel was in his sixth semester at Monterrey University studying Industrial Design when he decided that he would need English to really make headway in his profession. And so, during a semester break instead of returning home to Mexico City to be with family or partying with friends, he registered at Eurocentres Toronto…

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Thanksgiving Potluck

    Today in Sunny San Diego  Eurocentres’ students and staff created a Thanksgiving experience we will forever remember. Even though many of our students and even some staff members are far from home, many brought their home to us with dishes from Turkey, China, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Japan, France and even Brazil. As…

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The Christmas Parade

  As the snow was blowing on Sunday November 18th, our students were treated to a 114-year-old Toronto tradition.  The Santa Claus Parade is an annual event that features festive holiday floats in order to ring in the holiday season in the city.  These include marching bands, reindeer, dancers and even Santa Claus himself!  Torontonians…

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The Change of Seasons in Vancouver

The clocks have gone back and a new season has arrived here in Vancouver. While it’s a time to look forward to cozy coffee shops, warm winter jackets and fresh snow on the North shore, it’s also a time to reflect on the long, lazy summer days behind us and all the activities we enjoyed!…

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The Poppy

As the autumn leaves turn brilliant orange, yellow and brown with the season, a tiny but significant flourish of red appears in early November on jacket lapels all over Canada.  The small plastic red flower is the poppy, and it is a symbol for Remembrance Day.  This special day is marked by services at 11:00am…

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Your First Day at Eurocentres San Diego!

  When you arrive at 415 Broadway, San Diego  on your first day, come up to the second floor. That’s where the school is. If you are lost please call 619-233-0355. When you arrive, we will ask you for your name, passport and medical insurance information. We will take your passport and medical information but…

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Your First Day at Eurocentres Toronto!

  On your first day arrive at 111 Peter Street by 8:30 a.m. Come up to the second floor to suite 210 or 220. That’s where the school is. When you arrive, we will greet you with a smile, check your registration, give you the Wi-Fi password and take you to the intake room. We…

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American Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is an important holiday in the USA and takes place on November 22, 2018.  School will be closed at Eurocentres San Diego November 22-23 and many students will go on short trips to San Francisco, Los Angeles or Las Vegas.   Traditionally, a big dinner is prepared and family members and friends come together…

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Halloween Day at Eurocentres Toronto

The school was decorated, the pumpkins carved and students and staff were dressed to scare on Halloween Day. There were witches and vampires, ghosts and ghouls, pirates and a cat burglar, and even a Donald Trump glad-handing. Excitement was in the air as students explained their costumes and marveled at their teachers and staff. It…

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