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Entering Canada by AIR during COVID-19


Travellers entering Canada must follow the rules set out by the Emergency Orders under the Quarantine Act to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and its variants. Failure to comply with any requirements or providing false information may result in fines, penalties or imprisonment. More Details

Entering Canada by AIR during COVID-192022-01-10T22:44:59-05:00

Physically Distanced but Virtually Beside You ❤️


As of Monday April 6th, Mentora Language Academy will continue conducting Virtual Classrooms for all students. All school activities, orientations and trips will remain cancelled until further notice. We will offer fun Virtual activities though so please stay connected to our Social Media for announcements! We are committed to bringing students quality learning experiences, maintaining a high level of academic infrastructure and providing the expert instructors that students have come to expect from us. In order to support this commitment, tuition fees will not change in the circumstance where we are obligated to deliver our programs in alternative formats as a ...

Physically Distanced but Virtually Beside You ❤️2022-01-10T22:45:10-05:00

Cultural Day


Cultural Day Here at Capital English Solutions (CES Toronto), we celebrate and embrace diversity! On Thursday, May 2nd CES students took part in a special Cultural Day event. Here are four of our Intermediate A Level students paragraph reviews of the event: It was my first time getting to enjoy Cultural Day. It was so interesting. We prepared many fun things. We played games, ate other countries foods, and danced. I made a lot of friends because of Cultural Day. I think it helped me to get along with more friends. Written by: Yoon The activities of Cultural Day at CES ...

Cultural Day2022-01-10T22:45:21-05:00

My Toronto Story (Staff Edition)


My Toronto Story (Staff Edition) When I came to Toronto in 2009, I knew that I was going to have a very different and life changing experience. Before even arriving I knew that Canada was going to be awesome! I had heard the people were friendly and respectful with each other and that the city was safe and eco-friendly. When I finally arrived here I could confirm everything was true and I was just amazed. However, I quickly came to the realization that Toronto, although wonderful, can be very expensive, and that as a student I needed to save as much ...

My Toronto Story (Staff Edition)2022-01-10T22:45:25-05:00

Planning on coming to Toronto?


Planning on coming to Toronto? Before coming to Toronto there are some important things you need to do to prepare: 1) Passport and Visa Before you do anything else you should make sure your passport is up to date and you have a visa that will allow you to move to a country. If your passport is not current you will need a new one and it can take several weeks. Keep that in mind! A problem with your visa may cause delays in your schedule! 2) Plan your budget Try to guess how much you will be spending in Toronto ...

Planning on coming to Toronto?2024-05-08T11:57:10-04:00

What else can I do when visiting Niagara Falls?


What else can I do when visiting Niagara Falls? Many students who visit Toronto love to make day/weekend trips to Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls includes three waterfalls; located between the Canadian province of Ontario and the American state of New York. From largest to smallest, the three waterfalls are: the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. The Horseshoe Falls lies on the border of the US and Canada, and the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls are entirely on the US side. The falls are amazing and breathtaking, but there is so much more to do ...

What else can I do when visiting Niagara Falls?2020-09-29T00:08:24-04:00

Restaurant Review: Five Guys Hamburgers


Restaurant Review: Five Guys Hamburgers Today I will be reviewing my friend Dongmin’s favourite restaurant in Toronto, Five Guys Hamburgers. It is located at 329 Yonge street, close to The Eaton Centre. Five Guys is easy to find, and the restaurant has a nice interior, but it feels somewhat messy. It sells hamburgers, french fries, and some drinks. The hamburgers are very big and delicious. The french fries are pretty good too, but they are a little too salty in my opinion. Five Guy’s serves peanut-free food. You can also use the self-serve ketchup station. The service is great and the staff are kind. ...

Restaurant Review: Five Guys Hamburgers2020-09-29T00:16:33-04:00

Rules to live by when studying English in MLA


Rules to live by when studying English in MLA There are many things to keep in mind when studying English at MLA. These are a few tips about what students should and shouldn’t do. Eating at school: 1) Students should try a diet of international foods because there are a lot of students from other cultures. Try bringing something to share during the International Buffet. 2) Students have to eat in the kitchen. If you eat in the classrooms, the school will become dirty. 3) Students have to wash their own dishes and cups after eating. Friends: 1) Making friends is easier than it seems. Students ...

Rules to live by when studying English in MLA2020-09-29T00:23:40-04:00

5 Affordable Places To Go in Toronto (spending little to no money!)


Toronto is a huge city and we have many affordable places to go in Toronto after the school day without spending money. You can go to these places during all the seasons because you will see different scenes. Also all these places are close to school, so you can go on foot, by bus, or by subway. 1) Dundas Square/Toronto Eaton Centre: Located 1km from the school at the intersection of Dundas St. and Yonge St. we have Dundas Square, it is a place designated for use as a public open space and as an event venue that can accommodate events ...

5 Affordable Places To Go in Toronto (spending little to no money!)2020-09-29T00:30:19-04:00

Korean Restaurants in Toronto you can visit if you are feeling homesick


Toronto is a multicultural city, and it has many kinds of restaurants here. When you are a student in another country, there are times that you feel homesick and the best solution is to eat your own delicious traditional foods. Today, I would like to introduce some of the finest Korean restaurants in Toronto. Basically this post is for Korean students who feel homesick, but it’s also for any people who want to try Korean foods. 1. Ssam(CLOSED) 5600 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5S2 Noon – 2:30 am (416) 224-5509 Ssam is a ...

Korean Restaurants in Toronto you can visit if you are feeling homesick2020-09-29T00:38:40-04:00
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