Trumps propose new migratory plan

Last week the president of the United States announced the new immigration plan that promises to bring many changes to improve the current situation that according to President Trump is a major flaw in the country. Trump mentions that it will be a plan that helps the country grow as it would favor young and educated migrants, in exchange for those who come to the country through family ties. The new system proposed by President Trump will be based on a points plan that again favors those who can contribute to the growth of the American nation, and seeks to put on the front page migrants who have recognizable talents, that can be financially support themselves and pass a civic ...

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Popular Canadian Summer Spots

It's that time of the year again with summer coming upon us, where we begin thinking "Where should I take my family for summer vacation?". Well whether you have in mind to enjoy the outdoors or take in the sights of a bustling metropolis, Canada has many options to choose from. **Banff** A small town located in the province of Alberta is a beautiful mountain wonderland, with the peaks of Mt.Rundle and Mt.Cascade lining the skyline. Banff offers outdoor activities like horseback riding through Banff National Park or whitewater rafting on Kicking Horse River. But if the outdoors is not your scene Banff also offers a wide variety of shopping boutiques, ready to fulfill all your wardrobe ...

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New changes to Mexico US Border

A few days away from Easter and one of the highest crossing seasons for cities such as El Paso, are stopped by the recent changes made in several checkpoints, where since Saturday morning appeared to be closed because of the transfer of agents to handle the increase of Central American immigrants seeking asylum. Last Saturday the check point found in the U.S. Hwy 62/180 was closed, after the agents were transferred to entry points between Ciudad Juarez and El Paso to handle the increase in immigrants who are coming to seek asylum. When trying to access the country asking for asylum, several are denied access and therefore most will cross at the lower levels of the river and ...

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How to protect your privacy at the Canada/ US border

Recently for security reasons border agents in Canada have begun to seize and search smartphones as well as tablets, and any other electronic device that might carry information. Probably the first thing in your head after this type of invasion of privacy to you and your personal information is “Is there anything I can do to protect myself?”. But what can you do to protect yourself against this type of situation? Of course, first and foremost is to always comply with the request of the border agent to avoid any further conflict that may have more severe consequences. Failing to cooperate with the border agents can cause loss of entry to Canada and even to the extreme of being arrested ...

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Drug smuggling: A serious problem at the Canada/ US Border

Drug trafficking has been a long running problem, that plagues many countries. The United States has been one of the countries that has taken a great toll when battling the ever-growing drug situation. The South Border is often watched and monitored by border and customs agents hoping to keep the border clean and free of drugs. But many fail to remember that the drug problem not only arises from the south but from the Northern Border as well. The Canada-US border has had the recurring problem from drug smuggling, from prescription medications to things like cocaine, methamphetamine, smaller quantities of fentanyl, marijuana, and ecstasy are the most popular drugs flowing south from Canada into the U.S. Many fail to ...

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Spring time fun and where to find it

With Spring break just around the corner, it’s time to choose a destination. But with so many places to see and so many things to do what’s the best choice for you this coming vacation. Finding fun is easy but it can become harder to choose when you don’t travel alone, be it with friends, family members or just you and your significant other. Finding something that everyone wants to can become more trivial. We are here to help give you some tip on where to travel with a little variation so that you and your travel buddies can all find something to do and not be left out. This is where it gets tricky because it ...

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Northern Lights. The great spectacle on the sky

What is an aurora borealis or northern lights? The northern lights are a natural phenomenon, fascinating, that happens due to the explosions of the sun that travel through space, and that when encountering our planet collide creating a magnificent spectacle in the sky. The particles that the sun emits, are released and when encountering our atmosphere rich in nitrogen and oxygen, they collide and produce their own light, originating there the blue red and green color that the sky takes. Where can we find aurora borealis? This phenomenon happens in several regions of the planet, and Canada is a great option if you want to enjoy the show without flying to the poles of the world. **1\. Yukon, Vancouver** In ...

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Top 3 Cities to Visit in the Canada Border

Canada is known for being the second biggest country in the world, with ten provinces and three territories, with a sparse population in the country the majority is covered in forest and tundra and the cities and towns being located in the south of the country. Weather here can vary from cold freezing weathers in the northern part and hot and humid down south to the border. And with so much to offer for those that visit, we can only say to take advantage specially when close to the border. We know that each country has cities that make it unique, a one of kind place that makes it pop. But of course, it would take too long to mention ...

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Enjoy the Nightlife in Canada

With cities like Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Niagara Falls and more to see of course. They have a lot to offer and it can range from artistic, cultural and fun. You can visit places like museums, art galleries, historic monuments, national parks and enjoy the nature of such a vast country. But what about those who want to have a little bit more fun during the night? A little dancing, some drinks and meet new people. Canada has a very vibrant nightlife. But where do you go to experience a one of a kind night when in Canada? We offer you a list of some of the best and well recommended bars and nightclubs. Hugh’s Room Located: 2261 Dundas St ...

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Top 3 Cities to Visit in the US Border

How three cities can offer you much to see. When close to the border visiting a new city is one of the best advantages we have, and with a lot to see and do one should take the time to explore and get to know the area a little better. But when it comes to the border between two countries we have the luxury to visit great and beautiful towns and cities that have much to offer. We will help you visit three of the cities in the US border that are sure to amaze and entertain you and your family for a trip any time of the year. Derby Line, Vermont Derby Line was essentially founded as one village ...

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