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The Editor
The Last Mohican
Antje berichtet
Klaus Hofer reports...
Hier O.K. Berlin!
Views & Reviews
Fred Wagner
Down On The Town
Seniors at CNE
Dick reports...
Sybille reports
Ham Se det jehört?
Join us...
50 Years...
Stem Cell Imports
Folk Festival Fun
From Love Parade...
Goethe Papers
Royal Tomb

GS Hospitality Connections

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August 2001

The best way to learn about Canada is to experience first-hand the vast diversity of our land and people. Exchanges Canada is a Government of Canada initiative that creates opportunities for young Canadians to connect with one another and experience the diversity of Canadian communities, languages and, cultures. Exchanges Canada also provides access to information on all sorts of exchange programs and activities available in Canada and abroad. Details about the program are available online at www.exchanges.gc.ca , or by calling 1 800 O-Canada (1 800 622-6232), TTY/TDD: 1 800 465-7735.


Through Exchanges Canada, information is available on more than 300 exchange initiatives, to help find, organize or create exchanges and increase the total number of exchange opportunities coast to coast. Exchanges Canada works in close partnership with groups and organizations that are presently offering exchange programs, such as the Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada (SEVEC), the YMCA of Greater Toronto, the 4-H Club, as well as with other Government of Canada departments and other levels of government.

For more information an Government of Canada services, available in English and French, visit the Service Canada Access Centre nearest you, click on our Web site (www.canada.gc.ca) or call l 800 O-Canada (l 800 622-6232), TTY/TDD: 1 800 965-7735.

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