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How to get the G license in Ontario

on 09/17/2013 - 03:52 pm

Either you want it only as a Canadian ID or because you want to drive around Ontario. Whatever the reason may be, you need to be familiar with the rules to get your G license.  It’s not complicated; you just have to be aware of the process.  The steps that you need to follow are:

Be at least 16 years old, pass an eye test and a written test abouttheroad rules and traffic signs. 

Once you pass those tests you’ll get a G1 license that will allow you to drive only withthecompany of a person with at least 4 years of experience havingthefull G License.

After 12 months withtheG1, you can have a driving test in order to gettheG2 learning license. This license wil ...

Finding a place to call home

on 09/17/2013 - 12:43 pm

Where? How? What? How much? are some questions that may arise while looking for a place to rent.  Looking for a decent place is not impossible but it is certainly quite a tough task to accomplish.  It’s a challenge to find a nice place at a very economical price. Be sure to find a good place, may be you might have to pay hydro, internet and other stuff separately.  
An easy way to start looking for a place to rent is of course on-line.  Whether you are already in Canada or you are still abroad, there are some web sites that are very popular which provide a lot of options to choose from.  They also contain accurate information about the place and in many c ...

Don’t get lost in the GTA!

on 09/17/2013 - 12:07 pm

Getting used to the bus routes or the streetcar and subway service is not rocket science. The basic things you need to know about the public transport in the GTA is this:
 

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) - is responsible for providing public transit in the City of Torontowith 4 subway lines, 11 streetcar routes and more than 140 bus routes.  The cost of a ride on the TTC is of $2 for students and $3 for post-secondary students (be sure to get your student photo ID from sherbourne station).  If you don’t like to carry coins in your pocket, the TTC has different passes that you can purchase for a day, a week and even for the whole month; sometimes these passes can sa ...

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