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On the eastern part of Canada, Quebec is the unique province where French is the only official language. It is then an interesting expat destination should you want to master your language skills. Crossed by the Saint Lawrence River, it is the country's second most populated province.

Foreign professionals wishing to settle here can find job offers in information technologies, aerospace or biotechnologies sectors.

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Terra Incognita

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A girl hungry for life and tired of eating noodles. I'm a Finnish emigrant in French-speaking Canada, without a plan and without really speaking French. The blog follows my spontaneous travels across the globe as the writer stumbles upon the unpredictable reality of moving to another continent.

Miscellany of Shannon B.

4 months ago

I write about things like the trials and tribulations of being an Anglo in a Francophone world; but also travel, pop culture, food and training for a half-marathon.

Everyday Adventures in Asia

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Everyday Adventures in Asia

My name is Carissa and I’m originally from the Canadian prairies – Winnipeg to be precise. I first came to India on a study-abroad program in 1990, returned as a student from 1995-96 and then moved back in 2003.

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