The Suites At 1King West Hotel Toronto

1 King Street West, Toronto, M5H 1A1, Canada
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  • Families100
  • Couples71
  • Solo0
  • Business66

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Wine, all mine!Wine, all mine!

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how can i get pr in canada

by priyalibra

i am getting married in june .i wanted a pr of canada can you help me in this

Re: how can i get pr in canada

by leics

This official site will tell you what to do:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/about-pr.asp

Re: how can i get pr in canada

by leics

This link will also be helpful:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/index.asp

Re: how can i get pr in canada

by GrumpyDiver

To get permanent residency in Canada, you have to meet a threshold of "points", which are dependent on the Canadian government's view of your potential to contribute to Canada as a whole. Education, language skills, etc. are all considered. If you pass this test, you are put on a waiting list (which varies by country, I believe) as Canada only accepts a certain number of immigrants per year. I believe there are some fees involved as well.

Re: how can i get pr in canada

by mikey_e

Canada has a target for immigrants each year but does not limit the number of immigrants to the country in any specific period of time. If you have married a Canadian citizen, then he/she should be able to sponsor your application for PR status, which helps reduce the need for other pre-requisites that would be applied for someone coming on their own.

If your spouse would like to live in Quebec, it's a good idea to check on that Province's immigration program, as it would help in your application to the federal Citizenship and Immigration Canada office in your country of residency.

Travel Tips for Toronto

CARIBANA!!!

by wreckloose

Every summer, Toronto (Canada) blazes with the excitement of calypso, steel pan and elaborate masquerade costumes during the annual Caribana™ Festival.

Caribana™, celebrating its 38th anniversary in 2005, is the largest Caribbean festival in North America. Presented by the Caribbean Cultural Committee, the two-week Festival attracts over a million participants annually, including hundreds of thousands of American tourists.

Among the highlights is the Caribana™ Parade, one of the largest in North America. Thousands of brilliantly costumed masqueraders and dozens of trucks carrying live soca, calypso, steel pan, reggae and salsa artists jam the 1.5 km parade route all day, to the delight of hundreds of thousands of onlookers.

Other keynote events include the King and Queen of the Bands Competition and the two-day Olympic Island Caribbean Arts Festival. Outdoor concerts of Caribbean music, calypso harbour cruise parties and glamourous dances round out the entertainment roster.

Caribana was created in 1967 as a community heritage project for Canada's Centennial year. Based on Trinidad Carnival, the Festival now also includes the music, dance, food and costumes of Jamaica, Guyana, the Bahamas, Brazil and other cultures represented in Toronto - the world's most culturally diverse city.'

taken from http://www.caribana.com I miss the people, the traffic, the smell, the buildings, my family. I love this city.

Canadian Olympian Marnie...

by Jakedeman

Canadian Olympian Marnie McBean weeps, while members of the Beijing delegation celebrate around her, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Juan Antonio Samaranch announces that Beijing has been awarded the 2008 Olympic Games, at a meeting of the IOC in Moscow

Toronto Tip

by Paula1971

I remember, when I was a kid, my father would take us downtown to the Kensington Market. It's located off Spadina Ave. It's a market held every weekend where they sell fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses etc. etc. It's basically in Chinatown so you find things you may not be able to find easily elsewhere. We would always hit the European Meat Market too for bratwurst sausages and hot dogs.
I also remember my sister and I wanting to go for a ride on the streetcars. My fathers answer to this was to put us on the streetcar and then foloow us in his car while we laughed and waved like mad.
I grew up in the suburbs of Toronto rather than right downtown. And, thanks to my father, I spent quite a bit of time there as a child. I love it more everyday.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

by kris-t

Adult
(Ages 15-59) $11.00 (plus G.S.T.) $9.35 (plus G.S.T.)
Child
(Ages 5-14) $7.00 (plus G.S.T.) Under 4
years of age free with parent $5.95 (plus G.S.T.)
Senior
(60+) $10.00 (plus G.S.T.) $8.50 (plus G.S.T.)
Student
((15+ with ID) $10.00 (plus G.S.T.) $8.50 (plus G.S.T.)

Moose Statues

by Agraichen

Everywhere you go in down town Toronto you will run into statues of "dressed up" Moose. They come in all different types of garb. The "Mounty Moose" in the picture is just outside the entrance to the CN tower.

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