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Dubai: Bill Tate, a Dubai-based Canadian expatriate, has taken cottage industry to the next level -- building a super car from scratch.
Paula Adamick is the founding editor of The Canada Post established in 1997 for Canadian expatriates living in Britain.
But the moment I set foot in Dubai, I had my heart set on living in JBR, so I ignored them," Canadian expatriate and JBR resident Helen Szabo tells Khaleej Times.
Like the rest of the island, the nightlife has a friendly vibe and we met a broad mix of people, including RAF pilots still in uniform after flying in from training in Canada, plus lots of English, Scottish, American and Canadian expatriates working on the island.
Has the Canadian expatriate who excommunicated Pat Buchanan and Robert Novak from American conservatism now been excommunicated himself?
Anne Hines, Canadian expatriate living in Rosarito for 10 year said, "The biggest challenge my fellow expats and I have is allying the fears of our family and friends when they read the headlines and many embellished or just plain untrue stories of the dire consequences for anyone venturing down to Baja.
of Copenhagen) calls upon his years of reflection as a Canadian expatriate upon the spectral nature of Canadian identity as he explores the haunted places of its literature.
``I did lay out a running suit on the floor of my closet, ready to be snatched,' said Shuman, a mid-50s Canadian expatriate living in Sherman Oaks.