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  1. all about dogs

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  2. Enige tieners in die Okanagan?

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  3. Gesels oor Kanada

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  5. Hi daar

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  6. Jong Mense!

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  8. 17+ SA teenagers out there

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  9. Teens in Kanada??

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  10. Tieners tussen 13 en 15 jaar oud???

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  11. Moving to Canada

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  12. Help

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  13. Katimavik

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  14. What do teenagers like in Calgary?

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  15. 6-8 year Boys clothing

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  16. New School Year

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  17. Hello

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  18. Canada can be fun...

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  19. Haas Das se Nuus Kas

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  20. Music mp3s

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  21. Hi Angela

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  • 5 Most Recent Posts

    • Nelline
      Oh! As the prospective candidate will need to enter Canada on EE with a Provincial Nomination (the latter which we will arrange), you have to have at least a post secondary qualification in order to be considered.   
    • Nelline
      I believe that as long as it has been professionally tanned, (do you have a receipt / certificate from the tanner?) you're all set, best is to double check on the border and immigration website for restricted imports. 
    • Flyfish
      Funny you should ask that. My daughter started in a public school and has just moved to a Catholic school. She prefers the Catholic school as there is a bit more structure and she went to a Catholic school in South Africa. There is also more of a Christian element to the school where the public schools are very PC. That being said, there didn't seem to be any issues at the public school and the education was the same if not better than at a private school in South Africa. If you do plan on Catholic school, make sure to bring at least 1 parents baptismal certificate if you can as it makes it much easier. There is quite a procedure as I understand for non Catholics to get into a Catholic school. Hope this helps. I am more than happy to provide any information that we may have garnered since we landed.
    • RuanG
      Good day all.  Quick question, I have a Nguni skin that I am quite fond of. Does anyone know what the procedure is to take it with me to Canada. 
    • kata
      Thanks Flyfish this is really helpful. Any thoughts on Catholic schools v Public schools?