Students and staff enjoyed a barbecue lunch of burgers and hotdogs at teacher Randy’s house in downtown Burlington! It was a hot afternoon and a great opportunity for students from different groups to get to know each other and drink some cold beer!
Canada marked its 150th birthday on July 1st in celebrations across the country! In Burlington, crowds gathered in the lakeside park to watch musical performances, speeches, shows, and fireworks. Larger cities like Toronto Continue reading →
The last Monday before May 25th is always a holiday in Canada for Victoria Day. Victoria Day celebrates the birthday of Queen Victoria who was Queen of the British Empire (including Canada) in the 19th century, and the holiday Continue reading →
On the warmest day of the year so far (with temperatures hitting 30 degrees!), students and teachers enjoyed a class trip to Niagara Falls today! We visited both the American and Horseshoe Falls and took the exciting boat trip Continue reading →
Happy Mother’s Day to all the students who are mothers, who will become mothers, or who have mothers (which means everyone!) In Canada, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May (as it is in many Continue reading →
Students learned about Easter traditions in Canada in a special class before breaking for the Easter long weekend. Teacher Zoryana shared her Easter Egg decorating skills (which she learned from childhood in her native Ukraine, the home of the most Continue reading →