Canada : Cơ hội học tập, nghiên cứu sau đại học

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  1. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Getting a Job in Canada: Find the Right Opportunities and Secure a Great New Lifestyl

    ebook: Getting a Job in Canada: Find the Right Opportunities and Secure a Great New Lifestyle

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    The best country in the world in which to live.' That's how the United Nations referred to Canada. That must have something to do with why so many people from all over the world fancy making it their home. In the last ten years an average of 221,000 people per year have immigrated to Canada. This doesn't include those who go on working holidays staying for months or even years. The United Nations were referring to the standard of living, but Canada's attraction is more than that. If you are one of the many who find the Canadian lifestyle appealing, I hope that this book will help you to make your dream a reality.

    The idea of working in Canada - whether in the short, the medium or the long term - is an attractive prospect for many. Often those who visit Canada on holiday find the way of life very appealing; others respond to the challenge of the 'wide open spaces'. Certainly Canada is large and varied enough to offer an enormous range of opportunities - from the cosmopolitan outlook of cities such as Toronto and Vancouver to the slower and yet equally challenging lifestyle found in remote areas.

    Anyone who is thinking of working in Canada needs to consider carefully many aspects - it's a very big country and there can be, quite literally, a world of difference between city and town, east and west, mountain and prairie. In this book those differences are made clear and you will find out what opportunities are available and where. More importantly, you will be led step by step through the whole process of achieving Employment Authorisation, finding the job you want and landing that job.
     
  2. hoangshark

    hoangshark Hunting

    Xin VISA đi học tại Canada

    Hi các đồng chí,
    Mình đã được admission để làm PhD ở UoT, đang tìm hiểu thủ tục để xin VISA sang Canada. Bác nào đã kinh qua rồi thì chia sẻ với Hoang Shark cái nhé.
    Thanks nhiều!

    Shark@
    P.S: Shark đang bơi ở Hà Nội.
     
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  3. caman

    caman Thèm thuồng

    Đầu tiên bạn đến lãnh sứ quán ở Ha Noi (gần lăng Bác) để lấy form về rồi điền đầy đủ. Trong hồ sơ bạn phải có giấy chứng nhận của công an tỉnh nơi bạn ở là bạn không phạm vào vất đề pháp luật nào. Sau khi điền hồ sơ đầy đủ rồi bạn gửi nhanh vào lãnh sứ quán tại TP HCM. Sau một tuần (không nhớ rõ) nếu thấy hồ sơ của bạn okies thì phía lãnh sứ quán sẽ gửi cho bạn giấy tờ để bạn đi khám sức khoẻ. Khám sức khoẻ được chỉ định tại Hanoi Family Doctor ở Vạn Phúc. Nếu bạn bị viêm gan B hoặc lao phổi gì đó thì khả năng approve visa cho bạn sẽ thấp. Còn ngược lại thì không vấn đề gì. Khi đi khám sức khoẻ xong bạn chịu khó bỏ thêm ít tiền rồi bảo Hanoi Family doctor là chuyển phát nhanh và đóng dấu urgent cho bạn. Nếu bạn tiếc tiền mà gửi thư thường thì khi sang singapore bộ phận di trú canada sẽ không xem hồ sơ bạn mà phải first come first serve, nhưng có cái urgent stamp kia thì sẽ nhanh hơn. Lần trước tớ làm mất đúng 3 tuần là có visa thôi.

    Chúc mừng bạn đến Canada nhé. Sang canada có nhiều cơ hội để ' Bảo vệ tổ quốc từ xa' lắm vì khi tốt nghiệp bạn được ở lại 3 năm để tìm việc. Hơn nữa người Canada cũng nice lắm và bạn sẽ được nghe tiếng anh như tiếng chim hót trong bụi mận gai vậy.
     
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  4. hellovn

    hellovn Viên mãn

    Bác Hoangshart học ở UoT thì trùm rồi, bác có thể share profile để cho mọi người tham khảo được ko.
     
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  5. canhchua

    canhchua Thèm thuồng

    Mình cũng sắp sang UWaterloo tháng 9 này. Có khi mình với Hoangshart nhập hội chuẩn bị lên đường nhỉ?
     
  6. Aramis

    Aramis Thèm thuồng

    Ở đây có bác nào đã từng transfer từ Mỹ qua Canada ko? Mình đang ở Mỹ với visa F-1, đang làm visa để qua Quebec kì Fall này mà đang loay hoay vì thủ tục lằng nhằng quá, phải xin cả CAQ và Study Permit, và có nhiều options thì ko biết mình thuộc dạng nào!

    Do còn phải giải quyết vài việc ở US nên định xin visa ở đây luôn, và hy vọng sẽ nhanh hơn là về VN. Mấy nay tính gọi điện đến một trong các Canadian Embassy ở US để hỏi cặn kẽ nhưng rất khó vì toàn là automatic response.

    - Ở bang mình đang ở ko có Canadian Embassy, để xin Study Permit, có cần đến tận Canadian Embassy (ở bang khác) ko? và thường phải đợi bao lâu? Hay là chỉ cần gửi hồ sơ và đợi kết quả?

    - Mình có phải làm Police Certificate và Medical Examination? (Vì thấy hình như ở Mỹ ko cần làm Medical Exam)

    Bác nào có kinh nghiệm thì cho biết hoặc PM với.

    Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2009
  7. aivoges

    aivoges Thèm thuồng

    Bạn canhchua sang học gì ở Waterloo thế? Nếu cần gì giúp về nhà cửa, ăn ở, thông tin thì pm cho mình nhé.
     
  8. canhchua

    canhchua Thèm thuồng

    @Aramis: Trường hợp của bạn và mình giống hệt nhau :D Không ngờ kiếm được nhiều đồng đội trên này thế.
    @aivoges: Em đã PM cho bác ;)

    PS: Mình đã lập một group trên Google để mọi người làm quen với nhau + trao đổi thông tin sang Canada: LINK
     
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  9. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Canadian immigration laws fast track applications

    Canadian immigration laws fast track applications

    Written by Atty. Henry Moyal

    As many are already aware the Federal Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced new laws to Canada’s immigration system. It has been no secret that Canada’s Immigration system has been in a backlog for the last decade given how easy it was to qualify. Applicants did not require a job offer or a relative and the inventory at the embassies around the world kept on growing and growing. The news laws announced today are intended to reduce the backlog of existing files and to fast track new applications in accordance with the labor market. According to Mr. Kenney, Canada is still on target to welcome approximately 250,000 new immigrants this year.

    It should be noted that applicants still do not require a job offer or relative to qualify. If an applicant has at least one year of work experience in one of the 38 occupations then they are eligible to apply. As well, it is important to note that applicants with job offers are not affected by the new laws and applicants who are applying via a provincial program (for example , the H1B fast track stream in Alberta or family sponsorship of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) are not affected by the new laws.

    HOW IT WORKS

    Applicants in the USA with applications at local Canadian Consulates in the USA will be processed in about one year.

    Applicants who have filed their applications after February 27, 2008 will be governed by the new laws. If an application is already in process and does not have a job offer and is not within one of the 38 occupations will have their applications returned. Applicants who have filed after February 27, 2008 and have at least one year of work experience in one of the 38 occupations (and meet the other requirements of the regulations) will continue to be processed. According to Mr. Kenney the goal is to process these applications in 6 -12 months.

    Applicants who file the applications now will be governed by the new laws and must have at least one year of work experience in one of the 38 occupations. According to Mr. Kenney the goal is to process these applications in 6 -12 months.

    The 38 occupations are considered high-demand in Canada and are in the health, skilled trades, financial sector and resource extractions. The 38 occupations include:

    Financial Managers
    Computer Specialists
    Restaurant/Food Service Managers
    Accountants and Auditors
    Engineers
    Physicians
    Physiotherapists
    Nurses
    Medical Radiation Technologists
    Licensed Practical Nurses
    Teaching Instructors
    Chefs
    Cooks
    Electricians
    Plumbers
    Welders
    WHO IS NOT AFFECTED BY THE NEW LAWS

    The new laws do not apply to:
    An applicant who has been working or studying in Canada for at least one year
    Applicants with job offers in Canada
    Applicants who are applying via a provincial program (for example , the H1B fast track stream in Alberta or family sponsorship of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba)
    AUTHOR’S NOTE: The H1B Fast Track program has recently been amended. If you currently on an H1B visa and have work experience under an H1b for at least one year you are likely to qualify under the new and separate H1B visa category.

    Attorney Henry Moyal is a certified and licensed immigration lawyer in Toronto, Ontario. The above article is general advice only and is not intended to act as a legal document. Send questions to Attorney Moyal by fax, phone toll free 1 888 8472 078 or email MOYAL MOYAL - Your gateway to Canada .

    Canadian immigration laws fast track applications
     
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  10. metal

    metal Thèm thuồng

    Các bác đang ở Can. cho em hỏi là cuộc sống ở Saskatchewan thế nào ạ? Nếu sang Sas thì nên apply theo dạng provincial program hay là theo dạng Skilled worker chung của Can. ạ? Thanks các bác!
     
  11. fixeyeson

    fixeyeson Nghiện theo yêu cầu

    Saskatchewan thì rõ là vùng cao, vùng sâu rồi. Ở đó lạnh lẽo và xa các thành phố lớn. Chỉ được cái apply PR trong bang Alberta thì có nhiều lợi thế hơn.

    Đây là tài liệu hướng dẫn của CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) về việc apply PR trong bang Ontario, cập nhật March 19, 2009

    Lần này có giới thiệu thêm một option mới Canadian Experience Class (CEC) không cần phải theo qui trình 67 điểm kia. Bác nào có kinh nghiệm hay thông tin thêm về chương trình này xin chia sẻ.

    Thanks.
     
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  12. Kev

    Kev Thèm thuồng

    Em thấy có thread về cơ hội PhD/postdoc nhưng em thấy post thông tin ở đây thì dễ catch eye hơn, đặc biệt là cho ai có dự định học ở Canada.

    Masoud Ardakani


    Available Positions: Currently there are a number of open positions in my research group.

    One Postdoctoral position, one PhD position and one MSc position in the areas of Network Coding or Relay Channels (start day as soon as possible).

    Strong candidates are encouraged to email a detailed resume (at least three references) and a copy of their transcripts to me. Also, please include a one-page document clearly stating how your expertise matches the indicated areas.

    http://www.ece.ubc.ca/~vikramk/ssl.html


    Since 4 PhD students are graduating this year, the Statistical Signal Processing & Stochastic Optimization Lab is looking for 3 new PhD students for 1 postdoc. Full Research Assistantship support is available. Research Areas: Biomedical signal processing, Sensor and actuator Networks; Bayesian inference, computational game theory, stochastic optimization click here for details.
    Note that given the huge number of enquiries for graduate student positions in my research group, I can only accept a small proportion of applicants who have very strong academic credentials. However, as a policy, I offer Research Assistantships to all accepted applicants. Major scholarship holders are welcome to apply and are routinely accepted (as you can see from the list of students; 4 of my current students have full external scholarships from NSERC or UBC). NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship recipients are welcome to inquire about top-ups. Note that it is now possible for outstanding applicants who have completed an acceptable bachelors program to be admitted directly into the PhD program.


    Robert Schober

    Attention:
    I have several exciting projects for Master’s and PhD students in the area of wireless communications. If you are interested, please contact me.
     
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  13. DAK

    DAK Thèm thuồng

    Subject: MS/PhD Position Available Immediately at Materials Engineering, UBC, Canada

    One MS or PhD position is available immediately in the Department of Materials Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Canada. As a top 40 university in the world, UBC is located in the west coast of Vancouver, which is constantly ranked as the top 3 most livable cities on this planet. Graduate study at UBC will be certainly a rewarding experience.

    Our research is in the area of microelectronic and optoelectronic mateirals and devices with a focus on hybrid integration of optoelectronic and electronic devices, advanced MOSFETs, SiGe devices, process physics modeling and simulations, stress characterization and simulations, and carrier transport.

    Qualifications:
    Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the research, students with bachelor or master degree from Materials Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics, Applied Physics, Physics, Mechanical
    Engineering, or other-related fields are all welcome.

    1. GPA ranking above 10 out of 30, with major GPA > 85/100.
    2. Undergraduate education from the well known universities is desired: Tsinghua University, Beijing University, Indian Institute of Technology.
    3. Course work on semiconductor materials and devices preferred.
    4. No TOEFL or GRE is required at this stage.

    Admission procedure:
    1) Interested students can send their resumes and scanned transcripts to Dr. Xia;
    2) After review, candidates will be interviewed by phone;
    3) Qualified student need to take a TOEFL to meet UBC requirements, if they haven't done so;
    4) Student with oral offier need to submit official application to the department of Materials Engineering, indicating that Dr. Xia is the faculty member of interest.

    --- Note: this has to be done before the international application deadline on June 1, 2009.
    5) official offer will be issued by the department. Admitted student will be fully financially supported with RA/TA.

    Successful applicants are expected to join UBC in Sep 2009.

    Please send your inquiry to:
    Dr. Guangrui Xia
    Email: gxia@interchange.ubc.ca
    http://www.mmat.ubc.ca/people/faculty/Xia.html
     
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  14. tungnt

    tungnt Thèm thuồng

    chào mọi người,

    Cuối năm nay em bảo vệ MsC ở Seoul. Em vừa mới gửi thư cho 1 giáo sư ở Canada kèm theo CV để xin học bổng. Ông ấy trả lời ngay lập tức như sau
    Đọc thư của giáo sư này em nghĩ là ông ấy cũng hứng thú, nhưng em cũng chưa có kinh nghiệm phỏng vấn kiểu qua skype này. Em muốn hỏi các anh chị ở đây về kinh nghiệm phỏng vấn kiểu này, nên tập trung vào vấn đề gì, hay có các tips nào có thể truyền lại cho em được k. Cho em hỏi thêm về trường École Polytechnique de Montréal, môi trường thế nào trong mặt bằng chung ở Canada?

    Cảm ơn mọi người nhiều
     
  15. hut

    hut Thèm thuồng

    Trường này rank cũng bình thường, ở vùng nói tiếng Pháp. Nói chung miễn là phù hợp ngành mình thích và quan trọng là có được admission cái đã rồi hãy tính đến chuyện khác
     
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  16. dinhcongbang

    dinhcongbang Bạn của mọi người

    Quebec Adopts Special Immigration Program For International Students And Foreign Work

    Quebec Adopts Special Immigration Program For International Students And Foreign Workers

    by David Cohen

    Along the lines of the federal Canadian Experience Class, introduced last year by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the province of Quebec is launching its own accelerated and simplified immigration program for international students and specialized foreign workers who meet labour market priorities in the province.

    Quebec's Immigration Minister Yolande James, has recently announced new regulations governing the selection of applicants for immigration to Quebec. These regulations address the importance of attracting and retaining foreign skilled workers and international students for Quebec's economic growth.

    The new regulations involve two components. The first is the new fast-track immigration program for foreign students and workers in Quebec, which should come into effect in the first few weeks of July. The second involves proposed new regulations to simplify the selection of economic class applicants by removing some preliminary processing as well as the "Adaptability" factor in the selection grid for Quebec Skilled Workers.

    The new regulations will enable the selection of candidates who can best respond to Quebec's labour market needs. Three categories of applicants will be affected.

    The first two listed below, apply to Quebec immigration candidates who are already in Quebec as international students or foreign workers. Eligible candidates will be given a Certificate of Selection of Québec (CSQ), which is Quebec's nomination certificate. They will receive priority processing for immigration to Canada.

    1 - International Students: To qualify for a CSQ, international students must have obtained a secondary school vocational diploma, a diploma of college studies in a technical program, or a university diploma attesting to a bachelor's degree, a master's degree, or a doctorate from an educational institution recognized by the Quebec Ministry of Education. To be recognized for Quebec immigration, these studies must have been completed in French or the applicants must have completed at least one year of full-time studies in French at the secondary or post-secondary level or have successfully completed a level B1 French course at a Quebec educational institution.

    Candidates may apply from abroad if they have obtained their diploma in Quebec no more than 24 months before the new regulations come into effect.

    In her announcement, Minister James highlighted the fact that these international students have already settled into Quebec society and have Quebec educational certifications that Quebec employers are familiar with. She expects that the program will increase the number of international students who choose to study in Quebec.

    2 - Specialized temporary workers: To qualify for this fast-track CSQ program, foreign workers must be lawfully in Quebec at the time of application submission. They must have had full-time employment in Quebec in a skilled occupation for a period of at least 12 months in the 24 months preceding the date of application.

    Foreign worker applicants are also subject to a French language requirement. They must have pursued full-time studies for at least one year at the secondary or post-secondary level, or have taken a level B1 French course at a Quebec educational institution. Alternatively, an applicant can submit documentation with their application, certifying that they meet the French language requirements of a professional order, or that they have received satisfactory results on a standardized French language test.

    The third category of applicant affected by the new regulations, are those who are applying from abroad, as described below.

    3 - Quebec immigration applicants whose profiles correspond to the province's occupations that are short of workers: Qualified Quebec immigration applicants who have training/experience in occupations that are considered in high-demand by the province of Quebec will have their immigration applications fast-tracked. Quebec's labour market is in need of applicants at all skills levels, from welders to laboratory technicians, to nurses, and aeronautical engineers. Applicants with training/experience in Quebec's in-demand occupations have the best employment prospects and will therefore receive priority processing in their CSQ applications.

    Quebec Immigration has issued a "List of Preferred Areas of Training". As of October 14, 2009, qualified applicants who have received a diploma listed on this document in the past five years before submitting their application will receive priority processing.

    About The Author
    David Cohen is senior partner at the Canadian immigration law firm of Campbell Cohen and has been practicing Canadian immigration law for almost 30 years. He graduated from Montreal's McGill University, Faculty of Law, and is a member of the Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Most recently, he was appointed a governor of the Fondation du Barreau du Québec. David Cohen is managing editor of the Canadian Immigration Newsletter, a monthly publication with readership of more than 150,000 subscribers. He also moderates a web-based public discussion forum, which covers topics relating to Canadian migration and settlement.

    ILW.COM - immigration news: Quebec Adopts Special Immigration Program For International Students And Foreign Workers
     
  17. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    CANADA: Scholarship includes international students

    CANADA: Scholarship includes international students
    Philip Fine
    19 July 2009
    Issue: 0085

    There are many emails about funding opportunities that flow through Elsayed Ali's inbox but, as an international student in Canada, the PhD student from Egypt finds himself eligible for too few of these grants. That's why an email this past autumn caught his eye.

    His university was looking for either domestic or international doctoral students who might be nominated for a new award, the lucrative Vanier Scholarship. "This was one of the rare occasions that I qualified," said Ali.

    Not long after, he was filling out the necessary application form. This spring, he won one and became part of the first group of award recipients - 166 students this year.

    The Vaniers are worth C$50,000 (US$42,700) a year for up to three years to the "world's leading doctoral students" and will eventually award 500 grants each year, funnelled through Canada's three federal granting agencies.

    The government is using the new programme to try to attract, and retain, top doctoral scholars. It sees a benefit through greater international partnerships, innovation and learning opportunities for students.

    The award is akin to the Rhodes and Guggenheim scholarships but it is worth more than the two other prestigious international awards even after factoring in the tuition that the Vanier winners will need to cover.

    For Ali, a Carleton University physics student who has been in Canada for five years since beginning his masters, the award feels like a warm welcome. "It sends a message that if you have the talent, you will be appreciated," said the 37-year-old whose studies in medical physics centre on better evaluating the output of the machines responsible for cancer patients' radiation therapy.

    He sees his field as a middle ground between theoretical and applied physics. His research, along with the work of colleagues, will eventually help manufacturers and radiologists have more accurate measurements of the high-energy photon spectra machines whose complexities are still not completely understood.

    Ali has had many more resources available to him in Ottawa than would have been available in his native city of Alexandria. He said many of his professors had also trained in North America and he knew he needed to do this work outside Egypt.

    Having this kind of funding available to international students counters the image that Ali acknowledges is out there: that foreign students are treated as cash cows. While he pays a high tuition fee of $16,000 a year, he says his university has been generous with grants in the past. But now he says it's good to see international students finally included in an award.

    Nevertheless, the awards have been overwhelmingly won by domestic students. Only a fifth of the grants that were announced are destined for international students as 36 of the 166 recipients hail from outside of Canada.

    Some critics believe this number could have been higher, pointing to the fact that foreign students who do not get the Vanier are not eligible for the Canada Graduate Scholarships. Domestic students nominated for the Vaniers who do not win, however, are automatically awarded the $35,000 CGS. Some universities may feel that it is in their best interest, then, to nominate a domestic student.

    philip.fine@uw-news.com

    University World News - CANADA: Scholarship includes international students
     
  18. VietPhD

    VietPhD Because of me, you'll never walk alone

    Master/Ph.D Studentships in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry

    Master/Ph.D Studentships in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry at University of Calgary

    Up to 4 graduate student positions in theoretical and computational chemistry will become available in my group by May 2010, September 2010 or January 2011. The successful applicants will be involved with the development of new computational methods or applications of state-of-the-art methodology to problems of chemical interest. Application deadlines are January 1 2010, May 1 2010, and September 20010, respectively.

    The applicant should have a solid background in Physical Chemistry, and a strong interest in Theoretical/Computational Chemistry as well as an average GPA corresponding to 3.3/4.0 (80 %) or more in the North American system.

    All foreign students will be covered by an inexpensive medical insurance. Students will be fully supported by teaching assistance ships and scholarships for a total of $ 22,000 to $24,000 CDN. The tuition fee is covered by additional research grants . Foreign students with English as a second language must pass the TOEFL test with a score of 580. For more information about research projects and admission procedures go to : THE ZIEGLER THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY GROUP HOME PAGE

    Homepage : THE ZIEGLER THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY GROUP HOME PAGE

    Category : Master/Ph.D. Studentships

    Contact address : Canada T2N 1N4 Internet: ziegler@ucalgary.ca THE ZIEGLER THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY GROUP HOME PAGE FAX (403) 289-9488 TEL (403) 220-5368

    [Canada] Master/Ph.D Studentships in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry at University of Calgary | Scholarship Online
     
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  19. allroadsleadtoRome

    allroadsleadtoRome Thèm thuồng

    The Vanier Scholarships Program provides scholarships for international students in order to attend a Phd in Canada.
    The aim of the programme is to support the students which demonstrate a high standard of scholarly achievement in graduate studies and leadership skill. A number of 166 scholarships are available and each one consist of CAD$50.000 per year, for a maximum of three years.

    Deadline for submitting complete applications to the Faculty of Graduate Studies is Wednesday 23rd September 2009.

    For detailed information concerning: eligibility criteria, selection criteria, and links to application materials, please, visit the Vanier Scholarships website

    Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships

    Note: Năm nào cũng có học bổng này.
     
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  20. Sipho

    Sipho Rờ.MIT

    Hôm trước ghé qua vnphoto.net thấy họ đang mở một cuộc thi
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Khoảnh khắc Canada của bạn[/FONT]
    Nhưng có một điều hay là những bác tham gia ở đó đều đã sống ở Canada cũng kha khá, có người còn qua được...35 năm. :))
    Nhân tiện có topic này, mình chộp một số bức ảnh từ bên vnphoto.net về để giới thiệu về môi trường và cuộc sống của xứ sở này. Mong mấy bác bên đó không oánh mình vị tội bản quyền.

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 1

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 2

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 3

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 4

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 5

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 6

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 7

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    Mùa đông Bois de Liesse 8

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    Cimetiere 1

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    Cimetiere 2

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    Christmas 1

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    Christmas 2

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    Christmas 3

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    Christmas 4

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    2. Tác giả
    Maybien

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    3. Tác giả
    tdong

    Wedge Pond Kananaskis country 1 tiếng lái xe từ Banff

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    Peyto Lake trên the ice field parkway 1 tiếng 30 phút lái xe từ banff

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    Postcard composition

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    Two Jack Lake 20 phút lái xe từ downtown Banff

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    Morain Lake cách banff 45 phút

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    Johnston cayon

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    Bow Lake

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    4. Tác giả skdude82

    ST.ANTHONY,NEWFOUNDLAND

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    Lake Louise,Alberta

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    Niagara Falls,Ontario

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    Toronto,On

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    5. Tác giả netwalker

    Ảnh panorama toàn cảnh thác nước Niagara Falls về đêm

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    Còn đây là Niagara Falls vào sáng sớm tinh sương ạ

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    Toronto Twilight

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    Một gia đình du khách trèo thuyền trên hồ Louis ( hình cận cảnh)
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    Nếu bạn trèo lên tận đỉnh núi chụp xuống thì nước hồ có màu xanh ngọc rất đẹp mắt và những người trèo thuyền Kayak nho nhỏ đo đỏ tạo nên một bức tranh đơn giản đẹp đẽ
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    Moraine Lake mùa cạn nước với những cây gỗ nằm trơ nơi đáy hồ
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    Bow Glacier Lake, nước trong hồ này là nước băng tan có màu rất đặc biệt, nước trong và phản chiếu khung cảnh xung quanh tựa tấm gương khổng lồ vây.
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    Hai cụ già trên 70 tuổi mang theo đồ ăn thức uống ra ngồi nơi đây ngắm cảnh. Họ ngồi hàng giờ nơi đó, không màng đến người xung quanh, tựa như chìm đắm vào cảnh quan thiên nhiên vây.
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    Thiên Nhiên Canada

    Mùa mai đào nở. Ảnh chụp tại High Park, Toronto
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    Các bông hoa khác cũng không chịu kém cạnh :). Ảnh chụp tại High Park
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    Mùa thu ở Ottawa. Thủ đô Canada
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    Mùa thu Quebec. Ảnh chụp tại Hull
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    Người dân Canada

    Family Time
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    Những đứa trẻ chơi đùa trong đống lá vàng mùa thu
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