Come to Canada

with Tachyon travel eh!!

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Canada is located above the us and is primarily cold and not humid northern Canada is perfect for snow-borders, skiers, and snow lovers

Immigrate to Canada

as you can see Canada is obviously one of the most scenic parts of the world and tachyon travel is the best way to get there


the main 2 means of transportation are AIR, RAIL


Due to Canada’s large size, people often travel between major cities by airplane. All main cities have airports with regularly scheduled flights to and from many places. If you are travelling to a place that does not have a main airport (for example, a town or rural area), then you will need to fly to the nearest main airport and either rent a car or take a bus to your final stop. To fly in Canada, you need a piece of photo identification issued by the federal, provincial or territorial government in Canada, or a foreign passport
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Canada’s rail network runs across the country, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the east to Vancouver and Prince Rupert, British Columbia, in the west. Trains in Canada are safe and comfortable. It is often cheaper to buy train tickets in advance.
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things to try: The favorite foods of Canadians vary slightly from region to region, and are strongly influenced by their family heritage, especially in relation to holiday celebrations. Along the Atlantic coast, seafood and dishes derived from English traditions (except in Quebec) are common. In Quebec, favorite foods come from the area's French heritage. Throughout Canada, maple syrup and maple products are popular, reflecting the significance of the maple tree, whose leaf adorns the flag of Canada. Many families enjoy a visit in early spring to a maple sugar "shack," the special rustic building where sap from maple trees is boiled in a large open pan to make maple syrup.

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  • Ketchup Chips:
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  • Nanaimo Bars
  • Weather

    farther you go north it gets colder in the middle its average temp is 6 c cold (42f) but is colder in the lower left corner. prepare with warm clothes but the place to come to is Quebec witch is sometimes similar to Michigan's temps.
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    as you can see Canada is separated into 13 areas
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    most of Canada speaks French so French phrases is what I chose. not all Canadians speak American . Due to the French founding Canada. most people speak French. here is some phrases for you
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    Spring—March to May

    This is the season when the winter snow begins to melt. Often, there is a lot of rain during this period as the days become warmer and longer and the nights remain cool. Plants begin to grow in spring. In most parts of Canada, trees remain bare until April or May. You will need a warm coat and possibly a hat, mittens and boots during this season.

    Summer—June to August/September

    Temperatures can reach 30 degrees Celsius or higher during summer as the weather becomes hot and dry. Some areas, especially near the Great Lakes in Ontario, experience humid air and thunderstorms. Most regions experience mosquitoes in late spring or early summer. In many areas, especially rural ones, black fly season begins during same period and lasts a few weeks. Make sure you arrive with clothing for warm weather. But also have a coat or sweater on hand for cooler days.

    Autumn—September to November

    In autumn, days become noticeably shorter and the first frosts appear. Leaves in many parts of the country turn from green to red, yellow and brown before they fall from the trees. The weather during autumn can be rainy or dry; this is an unpredictable time of year. You can expect the first snows in November, but sometimes they come earlier. You will need a coat, mittens, hat and boots as the end of autumn arrives.

    Winter—December to February or later

    You must dress warmly to protect yourself from the cold when you are outside in winter. You will need a warm coat, mittens, hat and boots most days.

    You could see snow as early as October and as late as April in some areas, with daytime temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius from December to mid-March and very cold nights. Winds can make temperatures feel even colder. This is known as the wind-chill factor. The east and west coasts have milder winters with warmer temperatures and rainy weather.



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