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Destination Canada

Destination Canada

Mobility Forum 2020

Расписание форума:

  • в Париже 15/11/2020 — 17/11/2020
  • в Брюсселе 19/11/2020

Destination Canada Mobility Forum открывает возможность заинтересованным людям жить и работать в Канаде. На территории Канады есть франкоязычные сообщества и этот форум позволяет людям узнать больше о них.

Это мероприятие по набору персонала и оно было организовано отделом по вопросам иммиграции, беженцев и гражданства Канады (IRCC) посольства Канады во Франции.

Важно знать несколько пунктов:

1) Канадские работодатели прилетят на это мероприятие с сотнями вакансий для вас.

2) Представители будут присутствовать на Destination Canada Mobility Forum. Они помогут заинтересованным людям больше узнать о провинциях и территориях Канады.

3) Франкоязычные ассоциации и организации из Канады будут консультировать заинтересованных людей, чтобы быть подготовленными и помочь им в иммиграции в Канаду.

4) Службы занятости, такие как французские и бельгийские, помогут заинтересованным лицам переехать в Канаду.

Внимание: присутствовать на этом форуме будет возможность только по приглашению.

Что нужно сделать, чтобы получить приглашение:

  1. Зарегистрироваться
  2. Предоставить информацию:
  • Об опыте работы
  • Знание языков
  • Образовании
  • Двуязычное резюме (английское, французское). Важно, формат резюме должен быть канадский.

С учетом потребностей канадского рынка труда и предложений о работе, приглашения будут отправлены в ноябре. Регистрация на участие в мероприятии открывается в сентябре.

Если вы заинтересованы в этом мероприятии, пишите нам на почту.

St. Andrews wins title of Best Destination in Canada

Québec City, Lunenburg, Saskatoon and St. John’s in top five

From major metropolises to quaint coastal towns, Canada has no shortage of travel-worthy destinations. USA TODAY 10Best asked a panel of Canadian travel writers to choose their favorite must-see destinations in Canada, and then we turned it over to you, our readers, to help name a winner. The votes have been counted and the results are in!

St. Andrews
New Brunswick

St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, a National Historic District in New Brunswick, ranks among North America’s prettiest and most affluent resort towns. The town comprises 550 buildings, and more than 280 of them were built before 1880. The picturesque community serves as a base for exploring the nearby Bay of Fundy.
Photo courtesy of Thinkstock

Québec City
Quebec

Quebec City, the French-speaking capital of the region of the same name, is the only walled city north of Mexico and a cultural hub known for its European flair. Just outside the UNESCO-listed Old City, outdoor attractions await in places like the Plains of Abraham, Montmorency Falls and the scenic St. Lawrence River.
Photo courtesy of Thinkstock

Lunenburg
Nova Scotia

The colorful seaside village of Lunenburg on the South Shore of Nova Scotia is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site and home of the province’s most famous vessel, the Bluenose II. Founded in 1753, the town is remarkably well preserved – its narrow streets lined with original buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Photo courtesy of Thinkstock

Saskatoon
Saskatchewan

Straddling the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon is a young and vibrant city, the largest in Saskatchewan and a hub of country and rock ‘n’ roll music. This four-seasons destination is most popular in the summer months, with long days perfect for exploring river trails or attending one of 40 summer events.
Photo courtesy of Tourism Saskatoon

St. John’s
Newfoundland and Labrador

The island of Newfoundland is home to North America’s oldest and most easterly city, St. John’s. The provincial capital sits on a sheltered harbor with colorful row houses lining its sloped streets. A visit isn’t complete without a hike to nearby Signal Hill, where views extend out over the harbor.
Photo courtesy of Destination St. John’s

Montreal
Quebec

Visiting Montreal is like going to Europe without the long flight. Considered one of Canada’s most diverse cities, Montreal is also the world’s second largest French-speaking city and a vibrant cultural center with the largest number of restaurants per resident anywhere in North America. The festival calendar features travel-worthy events like the International Jazz Festival of Montreal and Gardens of Light.
Photo courtesy of Canadian Tourism Commission

Canmore
Alberta

Situated several miles southeast of Banff, the town of Canmore is an outdoor adventure hub at the base of the iconic Three Sisters peaks. While an excellent base for exploring Banff National Park and Kananaskis Country, Canmore itself has plenty to offer, including a main street lined with top notch restaurants, shops, galleries and bars.
Photo courtesy of Thinkstock

Ottawa
Ontario

Ottawa, the vibrant Canadian capital, is home to Ontario’s only UNESCO World Heritage site, the stunning and historic Rideau Canal. Visitors to this urban center can tour the Parliament Buildings, shop along Sparks Street Pedestrian Mall or visit some of the nation’s top museums, including the National Gallery of Canada.
Photo courtesy of Ottawa Tourism

Niagara
Ontario

Home to one of the world’s most famous natural wonders, Niagara has plenty more to offer besides access to the iconic falls. Nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake sits on the shores of Lake Ontario and attracts visitors with its Victorian charm and plentiful wine tasting opportunities.
Photo courtesy of Canadian Tourism Commission

Banff
Alberta

Walk 15 minutes in just about any direction from the town of Banff, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by the majestic wilderness of Banff National Park. The resort town and gateway to the surrounding park boasts a surprising number of shops, art galleries, bars and excellent restaurants for its size.
Photo courtesy of Banff & Lake Louise Tourism / Paul Zizka Photography

The top 10 winners in the category Best Destination in Canada are as follows:

  1. St. Andrews, New Brunswick
  2. Québec City, Quebec
  3. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
  4. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  5. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
  6. Montreal, Quebec
  7. Canmore, Alberta
  8. Ottawa, Ontario
  9. Niagara, Ontario
  10. Banff, Alberta

Other nominated destinations included Calgary, Charlottetown, Tofino, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Whistler, Whitehorse, Winnipeg and Yellowknife.

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to picked the initial 20 nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote. Experts Gregory B. Gallagher (Michelin Green Guide Canada 2020), Janet Gyenes, Maureen Littlejohn, Jody Robbins (25 Places in Canada Every Family Should Visit), Jenn Smith Nelson (travelandhappiness.com) and Nadine Sykora (Hey Nadine) were chosen based on their knowledge and experience of travel in Canada.

Congratulations to all these winning destinations!

The Experts

Gregory B. Gallagher

Gregory B. Gallagher is the author of Michelin Green Guide Canada 2020 and Penguin’s DK Top 10 Montreal and Quebec City, the filmmaker behind the «Legends of Magdalen» documentary about Canada’s remote Magdalen Islands, one of the original Canadian writers of Sesame Street TV Show, and writer/narrator of the CBC-IDEAS radio history series «Universal Jazz«. Follow Gregory on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin.

Gregory B. Gallagher

Gregory B. Gallagher is the author of Michelin Green Guide Canada 2020 and Penguin’s DK Top 10 Montreal and Quebec City, the filmmaker behind the «Legends of Magdalen» documentary about Canada’s remote Magdalen Islands, one of the original Canadian writers of Sesame Street TV Show, and writer/narrator of the CBC-IDEAS radio history series «Universal Jazz«. Follow Gregory on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin.

Janet Gyenes

Janet Gyenes, a Vancouver-based travel writer and. Read More

Janet Gyenes, a Vancouver-based travel writer and editor, has written about Canada for a variety of publications, including Explorer: The Complete Residents’ Guide to Vancouver, Just for Canadian Doctors and BC Living. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Janet Gyenes

Janet Gyenes, a Vancouver-based travel writer and editor, has written about Canada for a variety of publications, including Explorer: The Complete Residents’ Guide to Vancouver, Just for Canadian Doctors and BC Living. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Maureen Littlejohn

Maureen Littlejohn is an award-winning travel writer and editor based in Toronto. The best way she has found to discover a destination is by wandering back roads and chatting with locals. Sampling and savoring regional fare also helps. Currently, Maureen is executive editor of Culture Magazine. She has written for newspapers, magazines and online publications, including The Toronto Star, Globe and Mail and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian magazine. She has also contributed to Guide to Canada and National Geographic Guide to Family Adventure Vacations. Her career has taken her around the world and she has spent long-term volunteer stints in Swaziland, Vietnam and Ghana. Her favorite destination? Wherever she lands next. Follow Maureen on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

Maureen Littlejohn

Maureen Littlejohn is an award-winning travel writer and editor based in Toronto. The best way she has found to discover a destination is by wandering back roads and chatting with locals. Sampling and savoring regional fare also helps. Currently, Maureen is executive editor of Culture Magazine. She has written for newspapers, magazines and online publications, including The Toronto Star, Globe and Mail and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian magazine. She has also contributed to Guide to Canada and National Geographic Guide to Family Adventure Vacations. Her career has taken her around the world and she has spent long-term volunteer stints in Swaziland, Vietnam and Ghana. Her favorite destination? Wherever she lands next. Follow Maureen on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

Jody Robbins

Jody Robbins is an award-winning Canadian. Read More

Jody Robbins is an award-winning Canadian freelance travel writer. She is the author of 25 Places in Canada Every Family Should Visit (Touchwood 2020). Her blog, Travels with Baggage, has been cited as one of Canada’s top travel blogs. Connect with Jody on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

Jody Robbins

Jody Robbins is an award-winning Canadian freelance travel writer. She is the author of 25 Places in Canada Every Family Should Visit (Touchwood 2020). Her blog, Travels with Baggage, has been cited as one of Canada’s top travel blogs. Connect with Jody on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

Jenn Smith Nelson

Jenn Smith Nelson is an award winning freelance. Read More

Jenn Smith Nelson is an award winning freelance travel writer and photographer who contributes to a number of outlets such as the Toronto Star (regularly), South China Morning Post, My Spotlight Kanada/USA, Skycanner, ReaderDigest.ca, Canadian Geographic, Espaces, Nuvo, National Post, Westworld, Just for Canadian Doctors/Dentists, My Country Extra (US), Nuvo, Chatelaine and more. She’s a current member of the Society of American Travel Writers, the North American Journalists Association and the Travel Media Association of Canada. She loves adventure travel and when she’s not snuggling with wolves, swimming with belugas or bathing in the snow, she’s traveling with her kids collecting stories and memories. You can also catch Jenn on air via CBC Saskatchewan where she is a travel columnist, on her blog www.travelandhappiness.com, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Jenn Smith Nelson

Jenn Smith Nelson is an award winning freelance travel writer and photographer who contributes to a number of outlets such as the Toronto Star (regularly), South China Morning Post, My Spotlight Kanada/USA, Skycanner, ReaderDigest.ca, Canadian Geographic, Espaces, Nuvo, National Post, Westworld, Just for Canadian Doctors/Dentists, My Country Extra (US), Nuvo, Chatelaine and more. She’s a current member of the Society of American Travel Writers, the North American Journalists Association and the Travel Media Association of Canada. She loves adventure travel and when she’s not snuggling with wolves, swimming with belugas or bathing in the snow, she’s traveling with her kids collecting stories and memories. You can also catch Jenn on air via CBC Saskatchewan where she is a travel columnist, on her blog www.travelandhappiness.com, or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Nadine Sykora

Nadine Sykora is one of the top travel vloggers on. Read More

Nadine Sykora is one of the top travel vloggers on Youtube where she has made over 800+ videos gaining over 40 million+ views. Over the last 7 years she has traveled to over 50 country including all around parts of her home country of Canada. She has worked on dozens of video campaigns for brands, tourism boards and companies, and has been on expert travel & business panels at the Canadian Media Producers Association, Playlist Live, VidCon and Buffer Festival. She was a keynote speaker at the 2020 Women in Travel Summit. Nadine’s passion for travel is contagious and she loves to share her experiences and travel expertise via social media and through her videos. Follow her at Hey Nadine or on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Nadine Sykora

Nadine Sykora is one of the top travel vloggers on Youtube where she has made over 800+ videos gaining over 40 million+ views. Over the last 7 years she has traveled to over 50 country including all around parts of her home country of Canada. She has worked on dozens of video campaigns for brands, tourism boards and companies, and has been on expert travel & business panels at the Canadian Media Producers Association, Playlist Live, VidCon and Buffer Festival. She was a keynote speaker at the 2020 Women in Travel Summit. Nadine’s passion for travel is contagious and she loves to share her experiences and travel expertise via social media and through her videos. Follow her at Hey Nadine or on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Is Canada Really the Best Travel Destination for 2020?

In Canada, North America by Jurga December 6, 2020 This post may contain affiliate links, which means that we may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link. More info: Disclosure.

Canada is ‘hot’ at the moment. Not only did the outcome of the U.S. elections trigger great interest in the country, but also the Lonely Planet contributed to the hype by naming Canada the best travel destination for 2020. But is it really a good idea to travel to such a popular destination, like Canada in 2020? And how to make the best of it if you do?

Canada turns 150 next year and everyone is invited to the country’s biggest birthday party ever. You even get a gift in the form of a free National Park pass in 2020! And while the number of free passes is not limited, the demand was so big that it crashed the Parks Canada website the moment it was made available to order.

Despite of all of this, or maybe just because of it, we are not traveling to Canada in 2020! Actually, we were thinking of Canada for next year, but then we heard about the big party and decided to wait a while.

Don’t take me wrong. We love Canada and it’s high on the list of our all-time-favourite travel destinations. We are very eager to return and explore more, just not in 2020. Why? We are big believers in going against the flow when it comes to traveling and so Canada did not make it to our travel list for 2020 for the following reasons.

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Jasper National Park, BC

Why Canada did not make our list for 2020 after all

Canada is putting so much effort to promote their beautiful country that it’s inevitable that there will be many more tourists visiting in 2020 than in the previous years.

Take the incredibly beautiful and already so popular British Columbia with the world-famous Banff and Jasper National Parks. Do you really want to have to queue on a hike to the viewpoint of Lake Moraine? Or stand in the traffic jam at every single point of interest along the famous Icefields Parkway? And how big are your chances of seeing wildlife when there are even more people around?

Wild bear next to the road in Canada

Despite the Canadian dollar being slightly weaker, and despite the free National Parks pass, I would bet that your Canadian trip is going to cost more in 2020. It’s a simple rule we are all very familiar with – when demand goes up, the prices follow. And there is no way that the 136 dollar savings on a family/group pass will make up for this. 136 dollars for a year-long access to all parks in Canada for up to seven people… That’s less than 20 dollars per person, depending on your group size. I don’t mind paying this a year or two later, do you?

Peyto Lake, Icefields Parkway

How to get the most of your trip to Canada in 2020

But what if you cannot resist the charms of Canada and want to visit it during the year of big celebrations? We have a few tips for you:

  • Book in advance. Book your flights, car rental and hotelsas soon as you can. Plan your day trips and other activities in advance and reserve a spot where possible.
  • Avoid the crowds. Use every imaginable trick to avoid the crowds: avoid traveling during the peak season if possible, visit remote (-ish) areas rather than the most popular landmarks, and beat the crowds by starting your day early or staying up late…
  • Don’t forget the free National Parks pass. You can request your free pass to Canada’s parks here.

This is our opinion about traveling to a ‘hot’ destination. What about you – do you look for travel inspiration in the recommended destinations lists or do you rather go for the less popular alternatives?

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В этом году мы с мужем посетили ежегодную ярмарку вакансий Destination Canada, которая проходит традиционно в Европе. Выставка проходила в несколько дней: 15, 16 и 17 ноября в Париже и 19 ноября в Брюсселе.

О Destination Canada

В первую очередь я хочу рассказать немного об этой выставке. Проводится Destination Canada не просто в Европе, а во Франкоговорящих странах, поэтому рассчитана она именно на франкофонов и основное преимущество и выгоду с этой выставки получат именно владеющие Французским языком потенциальные иммигранты. Хотя владение французским языком и не является обязательным для посещения выставки, стоит понимать, что все презентации, доклады, материалы и анкеты будут на французском языке. Однако все представители провинций и работодатели, которые присутсвуют на выставке готовы поговорить с Вами на английском языке и ответить на любые вопросы.

Во вторых участие в выставке — строго по приглашениям, которые высылаются незадолго до выставки. Теоретически есть шанс попасть на выставку без приглашения, некоторым людям это удавалось, но мы получили свои приглашения законным путем, поэтому, к счастью, в этой части посещения обошлось без проблем.

Количество участников в 2020 году было примерно 800 человек на каждый из запланированных дней. При этом количество желающих превышало количество мест, некоторые мои знакомые, которые подавались на выставку, к сожалению получили отказ.

Как получить приглашение

Для регистрации на Destination Canada 2020 необходимо было воспользоваться официальным сайтом выставки. Для начала необходимо зарегистрироваться на сайте, введя свою почту и дождаться с письма с информацией о продолжении регистрационного процесса. Это письмо приходит примерно через сутки после регистрации. После получения письма необходимо пройти по ссылке в нем и приложить в появившейся форме свою резюме и ответить на анкетные вопросы об уровне владения английским и французским и наличии Express Entry профиля.

Не смотря на то, что в инструкции указано приложить резюме на английском И французском, я приложила только на английском и успешно получила свое приглашение. Знакомые же, которые так же получили приглашение пользовались услугамим переводчика и переводили свое резюме на французский. Зависит ли от этого успешность получения приглашения я не уверена.

В информации о регистрации указано, что все желающие попасть на выставку и имеющие профиль в системе Express Entry получат свои приглашения, в связи с чем, сразу после регистрации я успешно забронировала самолет и отель и ожидала приглашения, как оказалось не зря. Не смотря на то, что регистрация на выставку открылась за несколько месяцев приглашения на нее высылали примерно за неделю до события. Таким образом, если бы я решила ждать приглашения для бронирования билетов — дешевых билетов и отелей мне был уже не осталось.

Не смотря на то, что 9 ноября ни приглашения, ни отказа на мероприятие в Брюсселе ни мне, ни моим знакомым не пришло, я занервничала. На официальном сайте в форме для обратной связи я оставила сообщение о том, что уже забронировала отели и билеты и очень жду приглашения. Буквально через 10 минут мне пришел ответ на письмо с моим приглашением. Так же поступил и мой супруг, но его приглашение пришло примерно через сутки.

Так же в приглашении у нас стояло разное время, у супруга на 8 утра, а у меня на 10. Мы написали дополнительное письмо c просьбой перенести время одного из нас и в итоге нам согласовали изменение времени. Распечатав приглашения, pdf файлы, приложенные к письмам со штрихкодом и адресом мероприятия мы полетели в Брюссель.

У меня был профиль EE, а у моего супруга нет — однако мы оба получили приглашения. Я думаю это связано с тем, что мы связались в руководством выставки и попросили приглашения. Как я уже упомянала ранее, некоторые знакомые приглашения так и не получили, а получили отказ.

Организация выставки

Выставка в Брюсселе проходила в Management Centre Europe, и места было достаточно. Ниже я привожу расписание того, как была устроена выставка (оно на французском).

Запускать в здание людей начали только непосредственно в 8 и 10 утра поэтому перед зданием скопилось огромное количество людей.

На втором этаже центра находился большой лекционный зал, где по моим подсчетам помещалось порядка 400 человек, что объясняет разделение всех приглашенных на два потока. В 8.30 и в 10.30 начинались полутора часовые лекции об иммиграции в Канаду на французском. Сначала была общая информация об иммиграционных программам и возможностях для франкофонов. Затем все представители приехавших на выставку провинций вышли на сцену и рассказали коротко о провинции, в ком она нуждается и что может предложить будущим иммигрантам.

После того, как лекция завершилась все получили возможность свободно ходить и стоять в очередях в стендам представителей провинций или организаций. Ниже я прикладываю план выставки и расположение стендов, как это было в Брюсселе и какие провинции и организации участвовали и где располагались.

Стенд New Brunswick собрал самую большую очередь:

А вот так выглдяело собеседование с представителем провинции. После долгой очереди Вы садитесь к представителю провинции и рассказываете ему почему Вы хотите иммигрировать в эту провинцию и слушаете возможные варианты, которые он может предложить. На всех фото ниже представители провинции Нью Брансвик.

Стенды работодателей

Самое удивительное в этой выставке ярмарка вакансий было то, что работодатели до Брюсселя не добрались, да и в Париже их было не много. В Брюсселе было одно рекрутинговое агентство из British Columbia и представители Truck Drivers от провинции PEI. Так же были еще представители, нанимающие парикмахеров. Все те 800 вакансий, вывешенные на сайте Destination Canada не были на самой выставке. Как узнать о том, будет ли работодатель на месте до того, как ты получил официальный раздаточный материал при входе, я так и не поняла. Однако в официальном раздаточном материале можно было найти в итоге координаты для связи с работодателем. Выглядели эти раздаточные материалы вот так:

Таким образом, если для Вас есть вакансия в компании BLUE SPURS CONSULTING, то единственный способ связаться с ними — это отправить свое резюме им на почту, указав в теме письма DESTINATION CANADA 2020, а если же вас интересует вакансия в компании BEER ISLAND, то вы можете как отправить свое резюме на почту, так и обратиться к правительству провинции Prince Edward Island.

Ключевыми словами является наличие у работодателя фразы «Contact au forum».

Приятные мелочи

Из приятных мелочей на сессии конечно же было много мерчандайза с символикой Канадский провинций, ручки, магнитики, флешки. В итоге я стала гордым обладателем мягкого попугайчика из провинции Newfoundland and Labrador, флешки с символикой провинции Prince Edward Island, магнитика на холодильник от New Brunswick:

Jobs. Destination Canada : on recrute des francophones !

En quête d’opportunités au Canada ? Le forum Destination Canada est fait pour vous. Les 14, 15 et 16 novembre à Paris, le 18 novembre à Bruxelles, 3 500 “invités” pourront rencontrer des recruteurs canadiens.

“Nous avons déjà reçu plusieurs milliers de demandes, mais il reste encore des places ! Nous nous préparons à accueillir 800 personnes par jour”, souligne Louise Van Winkle, responsable de la promotion francophone au service immigration de l’ambassade du Canada.

Destination Canada, c’est LE forum annuel consacré à la mobilité des francophones au Canada. Organisé par l’ambassade du Canada et le ministère canadien responsable des programmes et des services d’immigration, l’événement en est à sa 13 e édition et rencontre un succès croissant.

Qui fera le déplacement cette année côté recruteurs ? Louise Van Winkler détaille les secteurs en demande :

On peut distinguer trois tendances : les technologies de pointe, notamment le numérique – beaucoup de projets en cours sont très ouverts aux compétences venues de l’étranger ; les services : services à la personne, mais aussi services bancaires et financiers ; enfin l’éducation, et ce dès la petite enfance : de nombreux programmes manquent d’éducateurs ou d’enseignants francophones.”

Des centaines d’offres d’emploi

Mais d’autres secteurs d’activité seront également représentés : la construction, l’hôtellerie-restauration, l’ingénierie, le cinéma d’animation, etc. Plus de 400 offres d’emploi sont à ce jour répertoriées sur le site de Destination Canada. “D’autres vont venir s’ajouter jusqu’à la veille du forum”, précise Louise Van Winkle.

Et côté institutions ? Outre le ministère canadien de l’Immigration et Pôle emploi Mobilité internationale, des représentants officiels des provinces canadiennes (à l’exception du Québec, lequel organise ses propres événements) feront le déplacement. Objectif : informer les candidats sur les programmes d’immigration spécifiquement destinés aux francophones. A noter : des agents de développement économique importants seront également présents, telle la Vancouver Economic Commission, moteur de l’innovation en Colombie-Britannique.

Plusieurs conférences et ateliers sont annoncés : sur le programme Entrée Express ou sur la création ou l’acquisition d’entreprise. Mention spéciale pour l’atelier “Ils l’ont fait” – des expats de retour en France feront part de leur première expérience au Canada. Une nouveauté de cette édition : la conférence sur “La vie en français au Canada” dont le but est d’informer les invités sur tous les services accessibles en français au Canada.

Impératif : montrer sa motivation

Pour participer à l’événement, il est indispensable de s’inscrire en détaillant son expérience professionnelle, les études effectuées et, le cas échéant, ses antécédents au Canada. Il est également demandé de télécharger un CV :

Une sélection est effectuée en fonction des offres d’emploi, mais pas seulement. Les compétences générales et les compétences linguistiques sont également prises en compte, aussi bien que les liens éventuels avec le Canada. Vous pouvez être invité même si votre formation ne correspond pas aux exigences des recruteurs présents. Ce sera pour vous l’occasion de vous informer et de réseauter.”

Le profil idéal du candidat à l’expatriation? “Il faut être motivé ​! C’est essentiel. Le pire, c’est d’arriver en demandant : ‘Qu’est-ce que vous avez à me proposer ?’ Il faut déjà s’être informé un minimum et montrer qu’on sait pourquoi on veut venir au Canada.”

Précision importante : les formalités d’immigration ont été récemment simplifiées pour les francophones. Les candidats à l’expatriation au Canada peuvent soit bénéficier d’un permis de travail temporaire soit faire une demande de résidence permanente via le dispositif Entrée express. Depuis 2020, les travailleurs temporaires francophones bénéficient d’un nouvel avantage : en fonction de leur niveau de qualification, ils peuvent profiter du dispositif Mobilité francophone, qui facilite leurs démarches dans les provinces et territoires autres que le Québec. Un cas de figure où l’employeur est dispensé de l’étude d’impact sur le marché du travail national, obligatoire pour les candidats non francophones.

Un dernier conseil ? “Dans beaucoup de postes, l’anglais est requis, mais pas forcément un niveau expert. Or les Français ont tendance à sous-estimer leurs compétences en la matière.” C’est oublier qu’au Canada un résident sur cinq est d’origine étrangère : tous les accents et tous les niveaux de compétence linguistique sont représentés.

Si l’on a l’esprit ouvert, il ne peut y avoir que des expériences positives au Canada !”

Indispensable : le CV au format canadien

Louise Van Winkler insiste : “Les recruteurs se plaignent de pas comprendre les CV des cand >CV ” est disponible sur le site du gouvernement canadien. Au-delà de ces conseils d’ordre général, “il faut se mettre à la place du recruteur canadien, qui ne connaît pas forcément les diplômes français.” Il convient donc, autant que possible, de préciser les équivalences. En outre, les intitulés des postes et fonctions présentent de notables différences par rapport aux pratiques françaises. On aura intérêt à consulter la >CNP ).

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Why go?

Few places embrace their Grand Prix as enthusiastically as Montreal. The city grinds to a halt over the race weekend as fans from around the world descend on Quebec for a non-stop party. Formula One fever — street parties, driver appearances and F1 exhibitions — is focused in one area of town: Rue Ste Catherine. It is the focal point at which race fans can meet. But there is plenty to see and do elsewhere because Montreal seamlessly mixes the old with the new. There is the 400-year-old charm of ‘Vieux Montreal’, which sits in surprising harmony with the grid pattern and skyscrapers of the modern city.

Montreal is a great city, the people are very friendly and there is lots to do. Jacques Villeneuve

Locals still idolise Gilles Villeneuve, father of 1997 world champion Jacques, who won the city’s inaugural Grand Prix in 1978 and after whom the circuit on the Ile Notre-Dame is named.

“Montreal is a great city,” says Jacques Villeneuve. “The people are very friendly and there is lots to do.

«Then, of course, you have to visit my club, Newtown — Thursday night is a good night, but the food is really good all the time.”

Did you know?

Winter in Montreal starts in November and lasts until early April. In January, temperatures can often drop as low as -18 degrees Celsius. Thankfully, it’s a lot warmer for the race, with temperatures in the mid 20s.

Transport

All air travellers — international and domestic — arrive into Montreal-Trudeau Airport, situated 22 kilometres west of the city. If you are not hiring a car, taxi rides into town take about half an hour and are inexpensive.

There is a Metro station (Jean-Drapeau) just 200 metres from the track. If driving to the race, note that organisers issue a finite number of car passes on a first-come-first-served basis, as parking within the confines of the Ile Notre-Dame is limited.

At night, the best ways around Montreal are by Metro or on foot. There are taxis too, but bear in mind journeys can be slow due to party goers spilling onto the roads. If you’re visiting the Old Town, you could always take the more sedate option on offer: a horse and cart ride.

Useful tips

Three-day general admission is not expensive, and such is the compact nature of the track that many of the corners are accessible on foot. Grandstand tickets dominate at the best spots (start-finish, Turn 1 and hairpin), with prices for the seats dependent on the day and the position.

Exploring by foot can be the best way to take in the sights in Montreal

The Grand Prix is a firm favourite with drivers, teams and fans alike

With good shopping, fine dining and lively nightlife, Montreal offers something for everyone

Grandstand seating gives unparalleled views at some of the best spots of the circuit

Where to go?

For good shopping, lively nightlife and lots of Formula One excitement head to Rue Ste Catherine. It has an abundance of everything. Try out a restaurant called Le Queue du Cheval. The food’s excellent, but that’s not the reason for the recommendation. In 2005, F1 veteran Jarno Trulli persuaded the restaurateur to stock his very own Podere Castorani wine — and very good it is too.

Away from Ste Catherine’s, why not take in some culture? The best galleries are the Musee Des Beaux Arts and the Musee D’Art Contemporain. Another famous F1 name, Nick Heidfeld, acquired some modern art masterpieces on a visit to the latter.

“If ever I have a bit of time to kill,” says Villeneuve, “I go to Old Montreal. It’s beautiful and has a special atmosphere. The buildings are old, the streets are narrow and there are some pretty exclusive places to eat.”

Where to stay?

The big hotel chains are located in the heart of Montreal. For budget alternatives, move towards the suburbs for the best deals — nowhere is too far away because of the convenient Metro system.

Extended stay

“I see no reason for anyone to leave Montreal and the surrounding area,” saysВ Villeneuve. “You could stay in the city, go to Quebec City, go on trips up the Ste Lawrence (river) — lots of stuff. Montreal’s great!”

The more adventurous might want to travel up the Ste Lawrence to the Great Lakes. Or check out the Aboriginal Way, which passes through stunning countryside and leads through some of the 11 linguistically and culturally different aboriginal nations in Quebec.

Enthusiasts only

Montreal is only 45 minutes by car from America’s New York State and you can be at Watkins Glen, the home of the United States Grand Prix between 1961 and 1979, in just a couple of hours. Canada’s Trois Rivieres circuit is closer still, being in Quebec itself. It may have never hosted a Formula One Grand Prix, but its annual summer motorsport festival is a must for local race fans. Also nearby is the picturesque Mont-Tremblant track, venue for the Canadian Grand Prix in 1968 and 1970. It still holds regular events and also has a driving school.

Circuit Address

222 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Parc Jean Drapeau
Montreal (Quebec)
H3C 6A1 Canada

Canada Named Best Travel Destination In 2020 By Lonely Planet

Thanks to a great tourism infrastructure and a weak Canadian dollar, the Lonely Planet named the country the best travel destination for 2020. So, whether you’re looking for a new home post-November 8th or just want an outdoorsy getaway, it is time for some poutine and Justin Trudeau.

Canada was named the top country to travel to in 2020, perhaps because of beautiful sites like . [+] Moraine Lake, picture here. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

«Canada is always popular with us,» said Lonely Planet ‘s Canada destination editor Alex Howard, in an email. «But there are several things going on in 2020 that made it number one. First, it’s the country’s biggest birthday party in recent memory with the sesquicentennial next year, and they won’t be shy about celebrating. Also, international travelers can expect their money to go further due to the weak Canadian dollar, so now is the time to start planning a trip.»

Balconies leading to the cathedral in Cartagena, Colombia. The country was named second best . [+] destination by Lonely Planet in 2020. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

Colombia ranks second, with the guidebook calling the South American country the «ultimate comeback kid.» Celebrating 100 years of independence in 2020, Finland came in third. The Scandinavian nation is hosting this year’s World Figure Skating Championships and Nordic Ski Championships, so get ready for some alpine fun.

The United States didn’t make this year’s list after being named the third best destination in 2020, but the editors say not to worry, as the list tries to highlight spots that are especially newsy. The guide book relies on their hundreds of writers and experts to come up with the extensive rankings that value both buzz as well as underrated or overlooked spots.

Beautiful architecture like the Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman, helped the desert oasis make Lonely . [+] Planet’s Best in Travel 2020 list. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

Other countries that made the cut for 2020 include Myanmar, Oman, Dominica and Mongolia.

«Mongolia has been experiencing growth lately and it’s opening a brand new capital-city airport next year in Ulaanbaatar, which has been the biggest beneficiary of the economic boom,» said Lonely Planet’s North Asia destination editor Megan Eaves, in an email. «There will be lots of new development in 2020, and beyond the city walls, its countryside is stunning and traditional nomadic cultures still have a strong hold.»

Some travel trends that the company highlighted were microbreweries, sustainable travel and digital nomadism. Check out Lonely Planet’s full «Best in Travel 2020 Guide» here.

It seems that every election season American interest in Canada spikes and this year is no different. But our northern neighbor can offer more than just political refuge.

Thanks to a great tourism infrastructure and a weak Canadian dollar, the Lonely Planet named the country the best travel destination for 2020. So, whether you’re looking for a new home post-November 8th or just want an outdoorsy getaway, it is time for some poutine and Justin Trudeau.

Canada was named the top country to travel to in 2020, perhaps because of beautiful sites like . [+] Moraine Lake, picture here. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

«Canada is always popular with us,» said Lonely Planet ‘s Canada destination editor Alex Howard, in an email. «But there are several things going on in 2020 that made it number one. First, it’s the country’s biggest birthday party in recent memory with the sesquicentennial next year, and they won’t be shy about celebrating. Also, international travelers can expect their money to go further due to the weak Canadian dollar, so now is the time to start planning a trip.»

Balconies leading to the cathedral in Cartagena, Colombia. The country was named second best . [+] destination by Lonely Planet in 2020. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

Colombia ranks second, with the guidebook calling the South American country the «ultimate comeback kid.» Celebrating 100 years of independence in 2020, Finland came in third. The Scandinavian nation is hosting this year’s World Figure Skating Championships and Nordic Ski Championships, so get ready for some alpine fun.

The United States didn’t make this year’s list after being named the third best destination in 2020, but the editors say not to worry, as the list tries to highlight spots that are especially newsy. The guide book relies on their hundreds of writers and experts to come up with the extensive rankings that value both buzz as well as underrated or overlooked spots.

Beautiful architecture like the Grand Mosque in Muscat, Oman, helped the desert oasis make Lonely . [+] Planet’s Best in Travel 2020 list. Photo credit: Lonely Planet.

Other countries that made the cut for 2020 include Myanmar, Oman, Dominica and Mongolia.

«Mongolia has been experiencing growth lately and it’s opening a brand new capital-city airport next year in Ulaanbaatar, which has been the biggest beneficiary of the economic boom,» said Lonely Planet’s North Asia destination editor Megan Eaves, in an email. «There will be lots of new development in 2020, and beyond the city walls, its countryside is stunning and traditional nomadic cultures still have a strong hold.»

Some travel trends that the company highlighted were microbreweries, sustainable travel and digital nomadism. Check out Lonely Planet’s full «Best in Travel 2020 Guide» here.

Based in Lebanon, I cover travel and personal finance topics for millennials. I’m committed to a life of adventure and have lived in four countries before turning 30. M

Based in Lebanon, I cover travel and personal finance topics for millennials. I’m committed to a life of adventure and have lived in four countries before turning 30. M

Canada Named Top Destination for 2020

VANCOUVER — Lonely Planet has named Canada “the best place to travel to in 2020” in its latest Best in Travel rankings.

“Canada is always popular with us, but there’s so much happening in 2020 that made it number-1,” says Alex Howard, Canada destination editor at Lonely Planet. “It’s the country’s biggest birthday party in recent memory with the sesquicentennial next year and they won’t be shy about celebrating. Now is the time to start planning a trip.”

Each year, the travel-media company ranks destinations based on the diversity and quality of travel experiences offered. Other countries recognized among the top countries to travel to include Colombia, Finland, Dominica, Nepal, Bermuda, Mongolia, Oman, Myanmar and Ethiopia.

“We are honoured to have been selected as Lonely Planet’s Destination of the Year for 2020,” says the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism. “Of course, this recognition doesn’t mean our work is done; it should encourage us to keep this momentum building. Our tourism partners from coast-to-coast-to-coast are working hard to provide travellers with unique and unforgettable experiences. There is something for everyone here. The year 2020 is also our country’s 150th anniversary and we couldn’t think of a better time to invite the world to discover Canada.”

Destination Canada
Visitors Insurance

Administrated by: The Destination: Travel Group Inc.
Underwritten by: The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (Manulife)
24 hours Emergency Assistance Center: Active Care Management

IMPORTANT NOTE: The product-related information on this website is for illustration purposes only. For complete benefits, terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions, please see the policy booklet at the download section below. Please read and understand your policy before you travel.

BENEFITS:
— Maximum Benefits: $10,000; $25,000; $50,000; $100,000; $150,000; $300,000
— Emergency Hospital: semi-private hospital accommodation.
— Physicians, surgeons or anesthetic services
Private duty services of a Registered nurse up to $10,000*
— Diagnostic services: Lab tests and/or X-ray examination as ordered by a physician for the purpose of diagnosis.
— Ambulance Transportation: Licensed local air, land, or sea ambulance (including mountain or sea evacuation) to the nearest hospital, when reasonable and necessary.
— Emergency Air Transportation: such as air ambulance, one-way economy airfare, stretcher and/or a medical attendant to transport you to your country of origin due to a covered emergency sickness or injury *
— Medical Appliance: Rental of crutches or hospital-type bed, not exceeding the purchase price, and the cost of splints, trusses, braces or other approved prosthetic appliances.
— Prescription drugs : 30-day supply up to $1,000 per policy.
— Professional Medical Services referred by a physician — care received from a licensed physiotherapist — up to $500 . The service of a chiropractor, osteopath, chiropodist, and podiatrist — up to $500 for out-patient treatment.
— Acc > Up to $3,000 for emergency treatment to whole or sound natural teeth damaged by an accidental direct blow to the face.
— Dental Emergencies: Up to $500 for the immediate relief of acute dental pain.
— Follow-up visits : Up to $3,000 provided they are directly related to the emergency**
— Emergency Return Home: Up to $3,000 for the cost of one-way economy transportation to your country of origin, if the covered sickness or injury necessitates your immediate return home during the period of coverage. This benefit also includes one additional insured family member.
— Return of Deceased (Repatriation): up to $10,000 to return the body to the country of origin, or up to $4,000 for cremation or burial at the place of death. The cost of a coffin or urn is not covered.
— Childcare expenses – (Attendant) up to $50 a day to a maximum of $500 for attendant to care for your travelling companion(s) under age 18, or physically or mentally handicapped travelling companion(s) who rely on you for assistance, if you are hospitalized for 48 hours or more as a result of an emergency,
Meals and Accommodation in the event you or your insured travelling companion are confined to hospital on the date on which you are scheduled to return home — up to $150 per day to a maximum of $1,500, or up to a maximum 10 days for commercial accommodation, meals, child care costs, essential telephone calls and taxi fares incurred by you or any insured travelling companion.
— Transportation of Family or Friend: Up to $3,000 for a round-trip economy transportation to bring one family member or close friend to your bedside when advised by an attending physician OR to identify your remains in the event of your death. Up to $1,000 for accommodation, meals, essential telephone calls and taxi fares incurred by your family member or close friend after arrival*
— Acc > up to the maximum sum insured selected at the time of application, not to exceed $150,000 for accidental loss of life, limb or sight (excluding flight accident).
Flight Accident – up to $50,000 for death as a result of air flight accident.
— Flight to/from Canada coverage: Coverage begins on the latest of the following: a) the date and time the completed application and premium are accepted by the Destination Travel Group Inc. or its agent; or b) the date indicated as the effective date in your confirmation of coverage; or c) the date and time you exit your country of origin.

* Must be pre-approved by the Assistance Centre.
** Follow-up means re-examination of you to monitor the effects of earlier treatment related to the initial emergency, except while hospitalized. Follow-up does not include continuous or ongoing treatment or further diagnostic, or investigative testing related to the initial emergency.

ELIGIBILITY:
1. Coverage is NOT AVAILABLE to any individual who:
a) has been diagnosed with a terminal illness; or
b) has Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV); or
c) has been prescribed or used home oxygen treatment in the last 12 months; or
d) has been diagnosed with or treated for congestive heart failure; or
e) has had a major organ transplant (heart, kidney, liver, lung); or
f) has received kidney dialysis treatment in the last 12 months.
2. To be eligible for coverage you must, as of the effective date:
a) be at least 15 days old; and
b) be in good health at the time you purchase your policy and on the effective date, and know of no reason why you would attend any medical consultation during the period of coverage; and
c) not be insured or eligible for benefits under a Canadian government health insurance plan.

WAITING PERIOD for illness:
No waiting period if the insurance is purchased prior to your arrival in Canada or the same policy has been extended.
48 hours if the policy is purchased after the arrival in Canada.
15 days if you are age 86 or older and if you purchased your policy after the arrival date.
The waiting period may be waived if
a) the policy is purchased on or prior to the expiry date of an existing Destination: Canada policy.
b) you have insurance with another insurer during the first part of your trip in Canada, and there will be no gap in coverage. You must provide satisfactory proof and receive a written approval from the Insurer.
Any sickness that manifests itself during the waiting period is not covered even if related expenses are incurred after the waiting period.

PRE-EXISTING CONDITION coverage:
If at the time of application you are 79 years of age or under on the application date and selected Option 1 : Pre-existing medical condition are covered provided that those medical conditions have been stable in the 120 days immediately before the effective date.
If at the time of application you are 79 years of age or under on the application date and selected Option 2 at the time of application: All pre-existing medical conditions will be excluded from coverage.
If at the time of application you are 80 years of age or over on the application date: All pre-existing medical conditions will be excluded from coverage.
STABLE means a pre-existing medical condition that:
a) did not require, or was not referred for any medical consultation;
b) did not require a change in type or dosage of medication.
c) did not exhibit any signs or symptoms.
Medical consultation means any medical services obtained from a physician for a sickness, injury or medical condition, including but not limited to any or all of: history taking, medical examination, investigative testing, advice or treatment, and during which a diagnosis of the medical condition need not have been definitively made. This does not include routine annual medical check-ups where no medical signs or symptoms existed or were found during the check-up.

EXTENSIONS:
If you decide to extend your trip, you may apply for a new period of coverage provided you meet the requirements in Eligibility of this policy. If you have incurred a claim, the Assistance Centre, on behalf of the insurer, will review your file before dec >Each policy or period of coverage is considered a separate contract and all limitations and exclusions will apply .
NOTE: If you extend your trip for the purpose of returning to your country of origin, coverage outside Canada will be provided while you are in transit even if you do not spend the majority of the period of coverage in Canada if:
a) the policy is purchased on or prior to the expiry date of an existing Destination: Canada policy; and
b) the number of days in transit to your country of origin does not exceed 3 days.

SIDE TRIPS:
Costs incurred outside of Canada are covered provided the majority of the period of coverage is spent in Canada. Costs incurred in your country of origin are not covered.

REFUNDS:
When submitting your refund request, please include:
1. a fully completed and signed Refund Request Form; and
2. a copy of confirmation of coverage; and
3. confirmation of your early departure such as boarding pass or itinerary, or any other written proof of your early return to your country of origin; and
4. any other documentation to support your refund request.
Refunds will only be considered by Destination Travel Group Inc when:
1. The entire trip is cancelled prior to the effective date.
2. You return to your country of origin prior to the expiry date.
3. You become insured under a Canadian provincial or territorial health/medical plan as long as you are not required to maintain coverage for work permit or other immigration purposes. A fee of $150 may apply if cancelling a policy issued for one year or more of consecutive coverage prior to the effective date.
NOTE: If you become eligible for and insured under the government health insurance plan of the province or territory in which you reside, the insurance will apply only to those benefits not provided under the provincial or territorial government health insurance.
Partial refunds will be calculated on a pro-rated basis and are subject to a $25.00 administration fee and a minimum refund of $25.00.
Important Notes: Under no condition will a refund be made if a claim has been incurred or paid or is pending.

CLAIMS:
In the event of a medical emergency, you must notify the Assistance Centre (toll free 1-833-886-1069 or worldwide collect 519-945-1069 ) prior to any surgery being performed or within 24 hours of admission to a hospital.
If you fail to notify the Assistance Centre, without reasonable cause, it will result in the reduction of eligible benefit amounts payable by 20%. You will be responsible for any expenses that are not payable by the insurer.
1. Claims must be reported within 30 days of occurrence.
2. Written proof of claim must be submitted within 90 days of occurrence.
3. Any costs incurred for documentation or required reports are your or the claimant’s responsibility.
4. To submit your claim, fill out the claim form completely and include all original bills. Incomplete information will cause delay.
5. All eligible claims must be supported by original receipts from commercial organizations.

SUBMIT CLAIMS TO:
Active Care Management
PO Box 1237, Station A
Windsor, ON, N9A 6P8
For Online Claim Submission visit https://manulife.acmtravel.ca

EXCLUSIONS:
This policy will not provide coverage, provide services, or pay claims for expenses incurred directly or indirectly as a result of:
1. a) If at the time of application you are 79 years of age or under on the application date and selected Option 1 at the time of application: Any pre-existing medical condition unless it was stable in the 120 days immediately before the effective date.
b) If at the time of application you are 79 years of age or under on the application date and selected Option 2 at the time of application: Any pre-existing medical condition.
c) If at the time of application you are 80 years of age or over on the application date: Any pre-existing medical condition.
2. Any sickness for which symptoms occurred within:
· 48 hours after the effective date, if you are age 85 or younger on your effective date; or
· 15 days after the effective date, if you are age 86 or older on your effective date; except when this insurance is purchased:
a) prior to the date of your arrival to Canada; or
b) before the expiry date of your existing Visitors to Canada policy issued by the insurer and managed by The Destination: Travel Group Inc.; or
c) before the date your existing coverage expires with another insurance company and there is no lapse in coverage. You must provide satisfactory proof of your previous insurance coverage.
3. Any losses incurred when a diagnosis or treatment was received, prior to the effective date, for pancreatic cancer, liver cancer or any type of cancer that has metastasized (migrated to another organ from its original site).
4. Costs incurred due to:
· Alzheimer’s disease or dementia;
· any loss resulting from your minor mental or emotional disorder; and/or
· your self-inflicted injuries, unless medical evidence establishes that the injuries are related to a mental health illness.
(Minor mental or emotional disorder means: — having anxiety or panic attacks, or; — being in an emotional state or in a stressful situation. A minor mental or emotional disorder is one where your treatment includes only minor tranquilizers or minor anti-anxiety medication (anxiolytics) or no prescribed medication at all.)
5. Act(s) of war, kidnapping, act(s) of terrorism caused directly or indirectly by nuclear, chemical or biological means, riot, strike or civil commotion, unlawful visit in any country, participation in protests, participation in armed forces activities, participation in a commercial sexual transaction or the commission or attempted commission of any criminal offence, contravention of any statutory law or regulation in the area where the loss occurred by you, a family member or travelling companion.
6. Any sickness or injury when a trip is undertaken for the purpose of securing medical treatment or advice.
7. Any loss, death or injury, if evidence supports that you were affected by, or the medical condition was in any way contributed to by:
a) the abuse or chronic use of alcohol, either before or during the period of coverage; or
b) the use of prohibited drugs, or any other intoxicant either before or during the period of coverage; or
c) the non-compliance with prescribed treatment or medical therapy either before or during the period of coverage; or
d) the misuse of medication either before or during the period of coverage.
8. Any medical consultation that is non-emergency, elective or the consequence of a prior elective procedure.
9. Any medical condition that was diagnosed by a physician as terminal prior to the effective date of this policy or travelling against the advice of a physician.
10. Any treatment, investigation or hospitalization which is a continuation of, or subsequent to, emergency treatment of a medical condition, unless approved in advance by the Assistance Centre.
11. Any treatment which can be reasonably delayed until you return to your country of origin (whether or not you intend to return) by the next available means of transportation, unless approved in advance by the Assistance Centre.
12. Hospitalization or services rendered in connection with general health examinations for “check-up” purposes, treatment of an ongoing condition, regular care of a chronic condition, home health care, investigative testing, rehabilitation or ongoing care or treatment in connection with drugs, alcohol or any other substance abuse.
13. Any rehabilitation or convalescent care.
14. Injury resulting from training for or participating in:
· speed contests usually and customarily in excess of 60 km per hour;
· motor sport contests;
· stunt activities, exhibitions or demonstrations of any kind;
· professional sport activities (Professional activity means you are considered professional by the governing body of the sport and are paid for your participation whether you win or lose. ); or
· high-risk activities. High-risk activity(ies) mean(s) heliskiing, ski jumping, skydiving, skysurfing, scuba diving (except if certified by internationally recognized and accepted program such as NAUI or PADI, or if diving depth does not exceed 30 meters), white water rafting (except grades 1 to 4), street luge, skeleton activity, mountaineering, participation in any rodeo activity.
15. Any loss incurred as a result of pregnancy , abortion, miscarriage, childbirth or complications thereof.
16. Any sickness or injury resulting from a motor vehicle accident where you are entitled to receive benefits pursuant to any policy or legislative plan of motor vehicle insurance.
17. Dental or cosmetic surgery except when specified.
18. Treatment or services that contravene, or are prohibited by legislation under a provincial or territorial hospital/medical plan.
19. Naturopathic, holistic or acupuncture treatment.
20. Costs that exceed the reasonable and customary rate for the area where the treatment or services are being performed.
21. Any nuclear occurrence however caused.
22. Any loss incurred when, prior to the effective date, the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Canadian Government issued a written warning to avoid all travel, or to avoid non-essential travel, to that city, region, or country.
23. Any loss incurred outside of Canada when you have not spent the majority of the period of coverage in Canada.
24. Any loss incurred inside your country of origin, which is other than Canada.
25. Air travel other than as a passenger in a commercial aircraft licensed to carry passengers for hire, except while being transported under the terms of the Emergency Transportation or Emergency Return Home benefits.
26. Any loss resulting when you are a driver, the operator, a co-driver, a crew member or any other passenger on a commercial vehicle used for the purpose of delivering goods or carrying a load. This exclusion is not applicable when the commercial vehicle is used during your trip solely for pleasure
27. Applicable to Accidental Death & Dismemberment Benefits only: Being an occupant of an aircraft, either as passenger or crew, or while boarding or alighting from an aircraft.

RATES:

Visitors to Canada
Option 1: This option provides coverage for pre-existing conditions that were stable in the 120 days prior to the effective date
Age/Sum $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $300,000
0-25 $1.55 $2.10 $2.30 $3.10 $3.70 $6.00
26-40 $1.75 $2.30 $2.50 $3.60 $4.20 $6.50
41-60 $1.95 $2.70 $3.10 $4.60 $5.50 $8.25
61-64 $2.50 $3.75 $4.50 $5.40 $6.40 $9.20
65-69 $2.85 $4.20 $5.00 $6.90 $7.40 $10.90
70-74 $4.50 $5.85 $8.38 $9.50 $12.25 $17.63
75-79 $5.50 $6.90 $9.75 $11.80 $14.00 $20.38
Option 2: This option does NOT provide coverage for any pre-existing medical conditions
Age/Sum $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $300,000
0-25 $1.16 $1.58 $1.73 $2.33 $2.78 $4.50
26-40 $1.31 $1.73 $1.88 $2.70 $3.15 $4.88
41-60 $1.46 $2.03 $2.33 $3.45 $4.13 $6.19
61-64 $1.88 $2.81 $3.38 $4.05 $4.80 $6.90
65-69 $2.14 $3.15 $3.75 $5.18 $5.55 $8.18
70-74 $3.38 $4.39 $6.29 $7.13 $9.19 $13.22
75-79 $4.13 $5.18 $7.31 $8.85 $10.50 $15.29
80-85 $6.05 $9.41 $10.13 N/A N/A N/A
86+ $9.32 $14.50 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Family Rates (only available to applicants under age 70) are 2X the Daily Rates based on the oldest member of the family. The family rate includes the applicant, the applicant’s spouse and their dependent children. Coverage dates must be the same for all the family members.
Dependent children means your unmarried children who are: a) financially dependent on you; and b) at least 15 days of age; and c) age 21 or under; or d) age 25 or under and attending school full time.
— Coverage dates must be the same for all the family members.
— Maximum period of coverage: 365 days.
— Minimum premium per policy: $25.00.
— Rates include $0 deductible option.
— Deductible Options (ages 0 to 85 only): $250 (-10%); $500 (-15%); $1,000 (-20%); $2,500 (-30%)*; $5,000 (-35%)*; $10,000 (-40%)*; * Not applicable to $10,000 benefit.
— Age 86 and older — $500 minimum deductible
— The deductible amount is shown on your confirmation of coverage and applies to each claim.
— Rates subject to change without notice

Destination Travel Group Inc. supports THiA Bill of Rights. For more information, go to www.thiaonline.com/Travel_Insurance_Bill_of_Rights_and_Responsibilities.html

IMPORTANT NOTE: The product-related information on this website is for illustration purposes only. For complete benefits, terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions, please see the policy booklet at the download section below. Please read and understand your policy before you travel.

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