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Europe may be the School of Hard Knocks for ESL teachers, but Troy Nahumko has some tricks to ease the trade.
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The name Sudan is derived from the Arabic "bilad-al-Sudan" or "land of the blacks."
How a young Canadian organized and funded his own journey to Pakistan where he volunteered in a refugee camp on the Afghan border.

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Nepal is a tiny country in the Himalayas squeezed between China to the north and India to the south. It is home to the world's highest peak, Mount Everest, and has long been the destination of choice for outdoor adventure travel.
Taking a "gap year", or year off, is standard in much of the world. The idea of a year off is just starting to catch on in Canada, and there are thousands of ways to to get out and go...
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