Is Marketing Communications a good fit for me? Career advice appreciated, especially from people with experience in the industry. [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Nov 11, 2013 -
It's a huge hassle for anyone who has a 9-5 job and no savings to pursue a masters or a pHD in a reputable/respectable college or university, no matter what country s/he's in. If that's my case, how can I make it work if I live in Toronto, Canada? (I'm interested in reading your thoughts and experiences even if they're not about Toronto per se).
posted by omar.a
on Sep 7, 2013 -
Here’s a question that I think a lot of Ottawa-area Anglophones would appreciate an answer to:
Are there any good French television shows or films available via the Canadian version of Netflix streaming?
posted by sindark
on Jan 24, 2011 -
What are some of the leading computer music (electronic composition) schools in Canada? What about North America? [more inside]
posted by ageispolis
on Mar 2, 2010 -
Help me learn more about teaching in Ontario, please. I'm looking for information about continuing education/professional development for teachers in Ontario. [more inside]
posted by terilou
on Dec 22, 2009 -
Industrial Design, Fashion Design, Product Design. These are areas of interest for my 16 year old daughter. She will be visiting Vancouver, Canada for two weeks beginning tomorrow in part to explore institutes of higher learning she might like to attend following graduation from high school...what schools should she see while there? [more inside]
posted by Muirwylde
on Jul 8, 2009 -
I'm a Malaysian in my mid-twenties looking for non-academic opportunities to live in North America on a short-term basis. How can I do this? [more inside]
posted by Karcy
on Aug 3, 2007 -
College savings: Does the government care how you spend a college savings plan in Canada? [more inside]
posted by acoutu
on Jan 29, 2007 -
As medical doctor I want to follow some postgraduate studies related to health (good if in research) so I can be in tracks in two or three years [more inside]
posted by zouhair
on May 4, 2006 -
When it came time for me to think about where my life was going, my parents let me know a couple things:
- they made enough money that the Canadian government wouldn't let them off the hook for helping to pay for my education, so student loans were reduced.
- they weren't going to/weren't able to help me with paying for my education anyway.
Consequently I never went to college or university. I've managed all right without any training or degrees, though not as well as I likely would have. I suspect I will never have time/opportunity/money to fix this.
My daughter will be born in late June. What can I do now (in Canada) to make sure she has better opportunities than I did?
posted by Kickstart70
on Apr 20, 2006 -
Is Canada a good place to go if you want a decent job and a good place to go for college?
posted by Keyser Soze
on Nov 2, 2004 -