New online course: How to Immigrate to Canada as a Food Service worker.

Guide to get a job and work in Canada as a food service, restaurant, and hospitality worker. This course has been developed to assist International trained workers like you in the foodservice industry to learn how you can become eligible to apply for a work permit and eventually for Canadian Permanent Residency under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application. It also covers some resources like LinkedIn, Interviewing skills...
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Malaysians Can Start Applying for New Zealand Working Holiday Visa Now

Malaysians Can Start Applying for New Zealand Working Holiday Visa Now Good news everyone! Malaysians Can Start Applying for New Zealand’s Working Holiday Visa now as it is open for registration. According to, this New Zealand Working Holiday Visa helps young people from Malaysia come to New Zealand. You can apply for this visa if you’re a citizen of Malaysia and you have a...
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Travel Alert January 2020: Industrial Action and Civil Unrest in France

A call for labor strikes has been issued by members of trade unions in France for tomorrow, Friday, January 24, 2020, during which public servants and private sector employees will once again protest their anger pertaining to pension reforms by the government — including air traffic controllers — and the industrial labor action has already affected air travel for the day, as flights to, from and within France have already been delayed or canceled. Meanwhile... The post Travel Alert January 2020:...
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Proverbios de Nativos Americanos

11 maravillosos proverbios de los indios norteamericanos Edith Sánchez   ·     30 octubre, 2017 Los proverbios de los indios norteamericanos son muy especiales. En su significado trasladan un magnífico equilibrio   entre la concordia, la fortaleza   y a la dignidad. Y casi todos tienen como telón de fondo un amor genuino por la naturaleza. Los indios de Norteamérica se han representado por décadas con un   estereotipo   guerrero. Casi todas las películas de “indios y vaqueros” los m...
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Dare to Be

Live and let it be.  Dive deep.   Turn the key.  Sing.  Laugh.  Cry.  Speak up.  Buy flowers. Take the chance. Play the game.  Make mistakes. Eat the extra slice of bread, and have wine. Go around barefoot and sleep outside. Enjoy the little things, like the art of tieing your shoelaces and brushing your teeth. Invite friends over, cheat at cards, hid a treasure, unbutton one more button on your shirt. Wear red lipstick. Let your hair go ...natural and take a photo when you just get out of b...
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Barking Sands eyed for $1.98B ballistic missile system, resolution urges media restrictions on reporting suspects, whistleblower says FAA gave Southwest preferential treatment, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Pacific Missile Range Facility ©2020 All Hawaii News Kauai military site named as possible site for $1.9B ballistic missile radar. The Missile Defense Agency is now also eyeing Kauai as a potential site for its planned $1.9 billion high powered ballistic missile radar. Hawaii News Now.PMRF eyed for missile defense system. The U.S. Navy Pacific Missile Range Facility is being considered as a new location of a ballistic missile defense radar that would take up between 50 and 80 acres at Bar...
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The Corinthia Hotel Lisbon: A Perfect Home Away From Home

A few weeks ago I joined Viking Cruises for a sailing along the Douro River in Portugal. Since it was my first time in the country, I wanted to make sure I had enough time to explore and experience everything in my own unique way, so I arrived into Lisbon a few days before the start of the cruise. This wasn’t just a nice way to see more of Lisbon, but it was also a necessary slow start so I could recover from jet lag and gently ease into my Portuguese adventure. To help me with this transit...
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Four of The Best Domestic and International Money Transfer Apps Right Now

Traditionally, international money transfer services have been mostly offline with banks and postal services dominating the scene. The few other money transfer operators such as Western Union and MoneyGram had restrictions in the number of countries you could send from and receive transfers. Thanks to the digital era, a number of money transfer services offered by fintech companies enable you to send money across the globe irrespective of the country you are in. Apart from the web-based money ...
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Potato & Chickpea Rice

This post was created in partnership with Hamilton Beach Canada, as one of their brand ambassadors. All opinions, as always, are my own. I only write about and recommend products I use and love myself. I often find that when thinking... The post Potato & Chickpea Rice appeared first on Hooked on Heat.
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5 tips on how to include travel in your resume

Did you travel the world for a year to discover yourself but now that you want to join the workforce again, that gap is becoming your Achilles heel? It is a commonly held assumption that recruiters and hiring managers are less likely to hire professionals with career gaps. If you feel the same way, do not lose hope. You can easily leverage your traveling experience in ways that will make your resume stand out. Knowing how to present the skills you have picked up in your resume can help you ele...
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Things to do in eastern Turkey

Beautiful coastlines , fascinating archaeological sites, and a vibrant blend of cultures make Turkey, a country straddling Europe and Asia, one of the world’s most unique destinations. However, nearly all of its best-known tourist sites — Istanbul, the Ephesus ruins, Mediterranean seaside towns — lie in the country’s west. In comparison, Turkey’s eastern half remains a mystery to most international travelers. Eastern Turkey, stretching far beyond central Cappadocia, has had a tumultuous past,...
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The Left Bank

I met a friend for lunch in the Left Bank the other day. It’s one of my favorite areas and I love exploring. I’m pretty sure this place serves pork. On a corner. I love the architecture and especially the blue sky. I wonder if a building once occupied this corner and they painted the sides of the building to disguise the empty spot. A restaurant is now in the lower part. Seeing the Saint Sulpice Church down the street is always pleasing. Everyone seems taken with...
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Ultimate guide to uphill skiing

If you’ve visited a ski resort in the last few years, you may have noticed signs stating “uphill access point” near the base. While riding the chair to your favorite runs, you might also have casually looked down at the skiers on the run below and noticed a few going against the grain — sliding, one foot in front of the other, up the hill — not schussing down it. They’re actually doing this of their own volition, partaking in an activity called “skinning.” Those vested in the sport call it ex...
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Guests Can Skip-The-Desk At Remington Hotels

Remington Hotels, one of the largest independent hotel management companies in the U.S. with over 90 hotels and more than 18,000 rooms of full-service and select-service properties, is offering guests the option to check in via mobile phone, request a secure digital key and proceed straight to their room upon arrival at its independent hotels nationwide using the popular OpenKey mobile key app.
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Boris Johnson backs Gwynedd slate landscape Unesco bid

The prime minister supports the nomination, saying the area around Gwynedd is "breathtaking".
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American Airlines Building Out Expansion Of LAX Terminal 4 Admirals Club

With the LAX Admirals Club space and Flagship lounge space 'flipping' - the Flagship lounge taking the larger club space when it opened - the Admirals Club gets really packed. This additional space, once built, should help alleviate that. Continue reading American Airlines Building Out Expansion Of LAX Terminal 4 Admirals Club...
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The Real Sweetest Place on Earth

Today was one of the most whirlwind days that I think Ive ever had full of such different experiences. I woke up early and went to a group salsafitness class and ended up being called to the front to help lead. Then Matt and I went to the botanical ga
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Welsh slate mining landscape nominated as world heritage site

Government backing raises hopes of preserving ‘place that roofed the world’ An extraordinary landscape shaped by many centuries of slate production has been nominated by the UK government for Unesco world heritage status, a distinction enjoyed by sites such as the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China and Stonehenge.The production of slate in Gwynedd, north-west Wales, has left a landscape dotted with underground workings, terraces cut into hillsides, grey, towering tips and bright blue pools, all ...
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Rock Bottom in Varanasi

You cant avoid India. Try to hide out and it will make a way to find you. I was in my bed at 10am when I was awoken from a blissfully deep sleep. It sounded like all of Varanasi was right outside my door. I peered through the curtains of my rooms win
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Lime Yours! Vietnamese Style Sticky Mint & Lime Lamb Shoulder

This delectable lamb shoulder is given a flavour boost with lime, fish sauce, chilli and garlic. Think of a gloriously fresh Vietnamese chicken salad flavour. Like lemon, lime gives the rich lamb a freshness and also tenderises the meat.
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History of poke and poke bowls

I heard music playing in the main courtyard from my room at the Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu, Kauai, at around 9:30 in the morning. As I walked past pools and the Holoholo Grill to get there, I heard an emcee with a microphone before I saw him. “We’ve got a lot of great things coming up for you all with the first-ever poke fest on Kauai,” the emcee said. “Why? Because Sam Choy said so!” If you’re talking about poke in Kauai, the name Sam Choy is guaranteed to come up. Choy — a James Beard F...
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Oaky and D-EDGE Launch Integration

Oaky, the commission-free pre-arrival upselling platform, recently joined hands with D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions, one of the world's top hotel distribution technology providers, to offer users a free integration between the two systems.
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Marriott International Signs Landmark Deal To Open The First Fairfield By Marriott Hotel In Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) today announced that it has signed a landmark agreement with Nahdet Al-Mashaer to open a 2,600-room Fairfield by Marriott property in Makkah. The agreement is expected to deliver the first Fairfield by Marriott property to the Middle East and Africa region, create the largest Fairfield hotel in the world and bring one of the largest hotels to the growing religious destination of Makkah. Construction for the Fairfield by Marriott Makkah Al Naseemh...
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Swiss Food & Nutrition Valley: A Unique Innovation Ecosystem

The Swiss Canton of Vaud, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), the Swiss Hospitality Management School in Lausanne (EHL Group) and Nestlé have joined forces to develop and promote a food and nutrition innovation ecosystem. The initiative was launched on 23 January 2020 at the World Economic Forum in Davos under « Swiss Food & Nutrition Valley ». The aim is to address the key challenges of sustainable and high-quality food by attracting talent, start-ups and invest...
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CHART: What Alcoholic Drinks Are Free On American Airlines?

Will you get free drinks on your American Airlines flight - or will you be charged? It depends on the route you're flying and your class of service. Here's a simple chart that tells you what to expect. Continue reading CHART: What Alcoholic Drinks Are Free On American Airlines?...
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Accor makes single-use plastic pledgeAccor makes single-use plastic pledge

Hotel giant gets takes plastic crackdown to next stage
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Not the Right Way To Do It - The Life of a Hotel Doctor | By Mike Oppenheim

"My son has a boil on his leg. Our doctor says he might need an antibiotic. Could you come to the hotel?" A boil is collection dead tissue, full of pus and germs. It has no blood supply, so an antibiotic can’t reach it. Antibiotics don’t cure boils.
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Best Maldives wildlife experiences

The Maldives may be the hottest luxury destination on the planet, but the chain of 26 atolls and islands peppering the Arabian Sea is also one of the most underrated destinations for ethical wildlife tourism experiences. What’s especially unique to this high-end locale is the way wildlife is incorporated into how tourism operates here. There are dedicated excursions and experiences for seeing wildlife, but animals also show up in the most elevated of experiences, such as dining in an underwat...
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