Posts Tagged: immigration

Calling Names

What’s in a name? A lot. When I first visited the UK in 2008, I was shocked to hear British people referring to anyone not UK-born as foreigners. I heard frequent references in the news to foreign countries. Listening more

Calling Names

What’s in a name? A lot. When I first visited the UK in 2008, I was shocked to hear British people referring to anyone not UK-born as foreigners. I heard frequent references in the news to foreign countries. Listening more

The Where of It All

Is your life place-specific? Are you relocatable? I am thinking about this after reading The Year of Living Danishly. The author left her high-stress job in London to accompany her spouse when he accepted a year-long contract job in rural

The Where of It All

Is your life place-specific? Are you relocatable? I am thinking about this after reading The Year of Living Danishly. The author left her high-stress job in London to accompany her spouse when he accepted a year-long contract job in rural

How to Move to Canada

Since Rom moved here to Canada, we are often asked about the immigration experience. He has beenĀ asked by his UK friends, “How can I get into Canada?” Since going through the process, we’ve learned a lot about immigration, and about

How to Move to Canada

Since Rom moved here to Canada, we are often asked about the immigration experience. He has beenĀ asked by his UK friends, “How can I get into Canada?” Since going through the process, we’ve learned a lot about immigration, and about