Imagine yourself visiting a Canadian family and sitting by the kitchen table engaging in a conversation. This is the experience we want you to have when you visit our website.

You are entering the hearth of Canada, nothing superficial or artificial. Every little blog post is one kitchen table episode. The language is plain, extemporaneous, unpolished and unedited. The blog posts reflect the everyday life of Canadians, young and old, rich and poor, white collar, blue collar, pink collar, from all educational, economic or ethnic backgrounds. One big family, with many voices, speaking a common language of unity.

Welcome to The New Canadians Online Magazine, an ezine about Canada, its people and its perspectives.

Our bloggers are ordinary citizen bloggers who enjoy blogging, just want to engage in a conversation, connect, have fun, and share valuable information as well as amusing insights about life in Canada.

Today’s Canada is becoming more eclectic, made up of many different ethnicities.  Our mission is to promote  cross-cultural understanding among all Canadians and to celebrate our richness in cultural diversity.

If we can accomplish the mission we set out to do, then we can truly be the #1 Canadian blog.


9 comments on “ABOUT

  1. “#1 Canadian Blog” – I agree with that. Very interesting posts on the landing page about life in Canada. Great layout and good color scheme make your site easy on the eyes. Through in the excellent posts and your site is hard to leave. Will visit you often. Good luck.

  2. Technically this site is great, it is laid out in an easy to follow manner, the articles are easy to find and the headings and intro draw you in to read more and more! All the links work great and load quickly. To the content,… I love it, having a family that immigrated from France to New Brunswick (and now Buffalo of all places) I can relate with your articles on here and agree with you on a lot of things! great job! .

  3. A blog that offers an insight into the life of Canadian – unmasked! We rarely see such a vivid reflection of the socio-economic characteristics of a population through a blog! But this blog does so in great style….. Amazingly versatile, this blog has every potential to deliver high quality content to its target readers. Keep it up..

  4. great site…very unique and different…liked the videos and the content very much. Good navigation, and site relevance…thanks for sharing..
    My great grandfather was a resident of Ontario and then migrated to Buffalo… I have roots in Canada…

  5. I love your blog! Very informative site especially for those new in Canada and still hoping for all the best… We are immigrant and living here in Toronto.

  6. This blog is labeled “the #1 Canadian blog”, and I can see why. Lots of great posts and fantastic little sections at the bottome of the blog. I particularly like the post titled “How Big Is Your Zuchinni”. Nice job..

  7. Top Notch Canadian News Blog ! Fresh looking site design – simplistic and modern. Excellent layout that is well organized and uncluttered. Wide range of Canadian news topics – all easy to read and find. Articles are well written, informational and lots of fun to read. Best Wishes!.

  8. This is a great blog. Extremely informative. My husband and I have been talking about moving to Canada for about 2 years now, and this is chalked full of information to us to look through as a way to get to know the people and culture. Thank you for the great job!!!.

  9. I was surprised to see an article about the Canadian Medical Mission Society where I am one of the founding members. Been trying to find out who wrote it but there is no name — just want to thank the blogger for publishing and circulating our charity event that will support medical-dental-surgical missions to third world ocuntries. We have scheduled the Society’s next mission in February 2012.

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