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The Olympic Winter Games: Let’s talk sports – Quizzes on vocabulary – Quizzes on the Language Portal of Canada – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/quiz/jeu-quiz-olympiques-hiver-winter-games-eng

Feb 19, 2018 ...The Olympic Winter Games: Let's talk sports How well do you know the Winter Olympic sports and the athletes who practise them? Answer the questions below to find out! In , the athlete rides a small sled down an ice track while lying face down.a) squeletton racingb) skeleton racingc) skiathlon racing The is a cross-country skiing race that combines classical

Living and working in French in the National Capital Region – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/francais-dans-la-capitale-eng

Apr 4, 2018 ...Living and working in French in the National Capital Region From: Translation Bureau On this page Posted:  April 3, 2018 Written by: Catherine Larose As a Francophone public servant, I’ve always found living in the National Capital Region to be both a challenge and a blessing. I feel fortunate to have access to such a wide range of cultural and recreational

10 interesting facts on translation and translators – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/faits-traduction-translation-facts-eng

Feb 6, 2018 ... since the days of the 2400-baud modem. Insatiably curious, he is passionate about culture, travel and language. He is delighted to contribute to the Language Portal of Canada team. Add a comment Join in the conversation and share your comments! Please consult the Government of Canada’s Commenting Policy before adding your comment. The Language Portal of Canada

What Gallicisms are and why we use them – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/gallicisms-eng

Mar 19, 2018 ... comes from the word “Gallic,” meaning “French.” And we use them for a number of reasons. Let’s explore a few together. 1. Cultural ties Certain words and expressions may be so rooted in a culture that it would feel strange to use the English equivalent (if there even is one). In parts of Quebec, such as Montreal and Gatineau, where English and French co-exist

Learning a language with joy, gratitude and persistence – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/langue-joie-joy-perseverance-eng?page=0

Jan 15, 2018 ... Immersion. She is passionate about learning languages, as she believes they not only enlarge her global perspective by providing cultural and historical background, but also give her many opportunities at a personal level to connect with people across the world. Min Ji is currently learning her sixth language, Mandarin. Add a comment Join in the conversation

Learning a language with joy, gratitude and persistence – The Our Languages blog – Resources of the Language Portal of Canada – Languages – Canadian identity and society – Culture, history and sport – Canada.ca

https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/langue-joie-joy-perseverance-eng

Jan 15, 2018 ... Why I love learning French About the author Min Ji Kim Min Ji Kim is in her fourth year at the University of Ottawa, where she is studying international development and globalization, along with French Immersion. She is passionate about learning languages, as she believes they not only enlarge her global perspective by providing cultural and historical

A Canadian icon - Rehabilitating a Canadian icon - Follow the rehabilitation of the parliamentary buildings - Canada's Parliamentary Precinct - Parliament Hill - Landmarks and attractions in Canada's Capital - Cultural landmarks and attractions - Culture, history and sport

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/edificeducentre-centreblock/embleme-icon-eng.html

Jan 31, 2018 ...A Canadian icon The Centre Block building is the main hub of Parliament. It is also the literal home of Canadian democracy, and a source of national pride. Everywhere you look, Canada's people and history are reflected in the building's majestic architecture, design and decor. It's easy to see why Canadians and tourists feel awe when they visit Centre Block

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