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The one comment I have is that you are referring to life in Vancouver as if it was the same throughout the country. Can you really justify that?A try on the LPI, Feedbacks are welcome.
Canada is a multicultural nation, with people coming from around the world. It is really hard to notice a specific Canadian way of life, but one thing is for sure and that is people tend to be really friendly to each other.
Canada comprises, mostly, of immigrants from around the world; at least, in the case of my city, Vancouver. This is clearly testified by the statistics of Canada, where it states that Vancouver is mostly populated by people from Asia , South America and so on. An example of that would be the Downtown area, where you can see individuals of different races. It is somewhat like the whole world has come together in a small city, in peace and harmony.
Friendliness and hostility hospitality are, without any doubt, some of the best aspects of the Canadians. They are very open-minded about different traditions. Of course, having people from different cultures and traditions gathered around omit in the same locality might be over-whelming at times, but here, in Canada, people have learnt to adapt to the differences and respect each otherís cultures. A clear example of this would be my workplace, where there are workers from different nationalities. It is quite surprising how we get along easilyeasily we get along, and entertain ourselves. We are also very open-hearted open about our cultures and traditions; and, so are the rest of the Canadians. For instance, during the Chinese New Year, we, OMIT those of us who were not working enjoyed the festival all together, being present at in Chinatown. It was an auspicious occasion with heart-stopping fireworks and dazzling performances, by the performers omit Having almost the whole world in the city, there is always a great occasion to celebrate and have fun.
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