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An Evening with Canadian Hockey Legend Paul Henderson
Date: Wed. Sept. 23 7:00PM Location: RBC Center Raleigh,NC Tickets: $25 (online sales only) Cash bar and snacks will be provided. Inc . . . keep reading


STU Grad with Cool Ideas
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
Scott Seely is not your ordinary hockey dad. An alumnus of St. Thomas University in NB, Seely is a co-founder of the Ice Wizard and is about to launch L'il Rink . . . keep reading


Anne of Green Gables Celebrates 100 Years
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
How times flies. One hundred years ago in 1908, Lucy Maud Montgomery published Anne of Green Gables, the first in a series of novels. That annive . . . keep reading


The ABC's of Immigration: Immigration Issues Related to Layoffs and Corporate Downsizing
Greg Siskind
The recent startling economic news has many experts predicting that unemployment in the US will rise again as companies downsize their workforces to remain competitive. Already, some companies are terminating workers in large numbers. Some of those workers are immigrants and the challenges facing these workers are potentially more serious than for their American counterparts. . . . keep reading


Behind the Scenes in Beijing with Steve Keogh
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
It would be understandable if you were envious of Steve Keogh. The Director of Communications for Canada's Olympic Committee is currently in Beijing preparing for his 4th Olympic Games. . . . keep reading


Talking Baseball with Canadian Olympic Baseball Coach Terry Puhl
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
Canada's baseball presence on the world stage has improved significantly since Terry Puhl was a Major League All Star back in 1978. The Melville, Saskatchewan native had a successful 15 year career, . . . keep reading


Canadian Olympic Baseball Team warms up for Olympics with Win over the U.S.
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
"It was hot out there." That comment from John Lockwood Toronto native who was the starting pitcher for Team Canada. Canada came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Team USA 4-3 in 10 innings. . . . keep reading


Long Distance Granparenting
by Dominique Lummus
Today, millions of families around the globe are separated by distances that are too vast to make a day-to-day relationship possible. Think of the people you know or work with - how many of your friends, neighbours or colleagues live in families with two or three generations living nearby? . . . keep reading


Former Alberta Native Scores with Tech Recruiting Firm
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
"What adversity have you had in your life?" That's one of the questions that Sheldon Wolitski's recruiting firm The Select Group, asks all of its recr . . . keep reading


City of Fredericton Nominated as one of the Top 7 Intelligent Communities in the World
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
City of Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside waited nervously along with 6 other nominees to hear the announcement of the 2008 Intelligent Community Award . . . keep reading


Canada Day and the Use of Social Networking
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
As a Canadian living in the U.S., one of my favourite events is Canada Day. An opportunity to celebrate our Canada Heritage and catch up with old friends while also creating new ones. . . . keep reading


Immigration During Economic Downturns: Q&A
By Laura Edgerton, Esq.*
Lay-offs are obviously troubling for everyone, but for people working in the U.S. on a temporary work visa or in the process of seeking permanent residence, they can be even more worrisome. With this in mind, we thought it helpful to address some of the questions that frequently arise during economic downturns . . . keep reading


Olympic Trials- Whitewater Slalom (Canadians earn trip to Beijing)
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
Attending the Olympic Trials for Whitewater Slalom in Charlotte, NC this past weekend, I realized this was different then your typical sporting event.As a Canadian Expat, this was an opportunity to cheer for your country and be inspired by the effort of these elite athletes. . . . keep reading


Olympic Trials Gallery-Whitewater Slalom
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
See all the Olympic Trial whitewater action from Charlotte,NC. . . . keep reading


Immigration News Flash- H-1B Cap Reached
Murali Bashyam
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it has received enough H-1B petitions to meet the congressionally mandated cap . . . keep reading


Nathan John Davis: Olympic Kayak Hopeful
Sean Mitton, Canadian Expat Network
What do you have in common with Olympic hopeful Nathan John Davis? Maybe you're originally from North Vancouver, cheer for the Canucks, currently live in Charlotte or like the occasional Tim Horton's coffee. Chances are you're currently not preparing for a chance to qualify for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. . . . keep reading


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