Con­tin­u­ing ed­u­ca­tion Study­ing through your first win­ter

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“Any stu­dent who has come to a new coun­try ean­vdi­ir­soc­nom­net­intusi­hnogutl­hde­bire­sat­pupdli­aeus­dineda fno­erwth­leiar­rn­ing courage and tenac­ity to de­velop them­selves,” esadyus­clatairoinssaat Sd­tur­orhnagm, mcaon­l­laeggeer. of in­ter­na­tional

“New­com­ers to Canada will likely have heard about our tough win­ters and may har­bour some aot­nu­urxri­wetisyn­tataer­br­to­su­at­tor­wednhroaptt ,et”oasseayxy­pasen­scdt­tr­doaun­segth.r“eeast­n­pedem­cwpt ehm­ril-uest bver­pyaei­d­nj­tooy­tah­bele­woe­n­acte­hyeor,uthken­roe­wal­hi­toy­wistwo hi­natne­dr­liesit.” eggoin­ab­sotout­fawlleoan­theringath­ned­ch­hoawngsehsouwl­hdeansst­n­uod­wenbt the“ird­sr­teus­dsi­nesg?for the weather is, of course, a mhauts, at,”sc­saryf­sas­nt­drobnogo. t“as wgoilol dke­jaecp­kyeot up­lwusargmlo­vaensd, a drys­thro­ronug­gahd­dth­seth­seaat swohni.”le all class­rooms will mcoamye­ceauqu­seipapset­dud­weintht’sins­d­koinor­to­hgeeatid­nrgy,.tchaer­ariyring ashroeusnaydsa, ims aoigso­tuordizideer afn­odrdhryid­nrkait­niognlo. ts of wa­ter,

“Get­ting out­side for some fresh air and swuin­stehrin­meois­nathl so,”vseary­y­sismtr­poon­rgta, nottd­in­ugritnhgath­te­his is es­pe­cially per­ti­nent for stu­dents hop­ing for kee“ng­coof­gonri­ati­wveaflkun­tocteion­njo.y the fresh fallen snow or try one of Canada’s many win­ter sports like skating, ski­ing or to­bog­gan­ing.”

Rws­cya­hey­or­sos­folonor­fuy­conouin­vteoirns­bui­etiy­nat’gsteghde. Ruw­caaiynt­mi­toeon­rnbhd­lauc­se­h1sa,t5n­h0­ga0nks otop­pi­tosrw­tu­id­neitrieasn.ge of con­tin­u­ing ed­u­ca­tion

“It’s es­pe­cially chal­leng­ing in the win­ter to ib­seamn oetx­i­cveal­tled­ntawn­day­intsop­si­traeydsstoim­tauk­lain­tegdad­cuoruirnsge tash­clso­hosoeaolg’os­rnedgae,tact­noi,mld­mema­trooienbt­be­hopsu,r”nos­t­daruy­oc­s­gt­ti­ahvneenic­nih. o“airntd’gser to free up your sum­mer.” se­maim­naorns­gatnhde wchoarkns­gh­socph­soaorl’es 718,5c0e0rt­cio­fu­icras­tes, tphrroegerac­mousr,s5e7s­coorul­re­ses)s,e2r6iecse(rc­toifnic­saist­teis­nt­ghoaft can be com­pleted en­tirely at a dis­tance pan­rodgcroaumrse. s to­wards 13 part-time de­gree ad­nrid“voe8nu0,rp­wceehrrict­ciehfn­im­c­taoat­fkeoe­pus­r­rto­hc­ge­or­muam­rvss­es­rayraere­al­luel­nvmaivan­ertrk, seitty cred­its so if some­one wants to trans­fer to a dsaeygsr.e“es,ttuhdeeyn­mt­soaslt­sloikhealvyec­falne,x”ib­bi­oluit­nytirnogteiarmnnsi mo­fah­noy­wchthoeoysic­nogmap­cloet­mebti­h­neair­ti­coon­uorf­siens-,pwer­it­shon and­noen­wl­it­noet­d­he­licv­hearny.g” School’s of­fer­ings are cer­tifi­cates in non-profit and vol­un­tary sect­pisor­rvivim­taa­ca­lynw,aaigctech­mec­seasnatan, dw­dahi’snic­fao­hgribmno­gautp­niot­prnoumgla­iaat­ni­noangi,esamanyed­snt.

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