Torontonian Carly Fleischmann was two years old when she was diagnosed with severe autism and an oral motor condition that prevented her from speaking. It was believed by her doctors that her intellectual capacity would never develop beyond a young child. Carly had a breakthrough at age 10, years after largely not being able to communicate. She typed on a laptop "help teeth hurt". I recently spoke to her father, Arthur Fleischmann about that breakthrough, the success of her book and the Six Degree project. This story has inspired people all over the world.
Over the next few newsletters, the Canadian Expat Network will be testing a new comment box with the intent of hearing your voice. I'm interested in getting your feedback about whether this application is a good solution for the community.
We're now into March madness.
Canadian Expat David Ivkovic transitioned to California with his wife two and a half years ago from Toronto. Today, he wears several hats including realtor, actor and Co-President of the regional expat group Canadians Abroad.
A beautiful day and great event!
This pays $1,400 per individual.
Coming up April 20th!
Coming up March 11th.
The song Sweet Jane is on the soundtrack for the movie "Flight" starring Denzel Washington.
Hard to belive it's been 20 years for this Canadian band.
He'll be in the Northeast US during March.
A client of mine recently made the move from Canada to sunny Los Angeles.When I asked him if he left anything behind in Canada, he answered "just the snow".Well, as it turns out, my client didn't just leave the snow behind.
USCIS will begin accepting H-1B petitions subject to the Fiscal Year 2014 "cap" on Monday April 1, 2013. U.S. businesses use the H-1B program to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise in specialized fields, such as scientists, engineers, or computer programmers.