CLLC Toronto is located in the heart of Toronto’s exciting downtown core. Only five minutes walk to the famous Dundas Square, CLLC’s campus boasts two floors of comfortable, modern and cozy classrooms, surrounded by fresh and classy decor.
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Just five minutes walk from the spectacular Ottawa River, Canadian Parliament buildings and the Rideau Centre, CLLC Ottawa is Canada’s cultural showcase. CLLC Ottawa’s open, bright and airy campus gives students plenty of room to study, socialize and participate in activities.
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CLLC’s Halifax campus is located in the famous Scotia Square Shopping Mall. It’s location gives students easy access to a vibrant downtown core full of restaurants, pubs, Maritime entertainment, and the famous waterfront boardwalk. The campus boasts spacious classrooms, a restful student lounge and is a one minute walk to a large food court and city-wide transportation.
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Online LIVE Learning
CLLC’s Online LIVE campus offers students from around the world the ultimate flexibility. Following CLLC’s custom-designed curriculum Online LIVE Learning gives students the chance to study part-time or full-time according to their schedule and needs.
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Life in Canada
Canada is a great country in which to study and live. It’s friendly, safe and peaceful, and has a high standard of living. We love it…and you will too!
While Canada is a great place to live, it’s probably a bit different than your home country. Here are some things you should know about most Canadians:
• When it comes to policies and prices, Canadians don’t negotiate.
• Canadians don’t differentiate between genders or ethnicities.
• Most Canadians are appreciative and polite.
• Canadians are understanding of religious differences.
• In restaurants, you generally don’t get extra food for free, such as a small salad. Servers often expect tips of 15% or more.
• In Canada, you won’t get anything for free, so don’t be surprised if you pay for a bag at a grocery store. Respect for cultural differences is very important.