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Bell has a 30 day pass data plan which is $35 for 5GB of data. This is $0.007/MB. Very good value. Use a SIP talk and SMS. I use Anveo, it gives you Canadian numbers that can receive SMS -- you will get them in email. And can send SMS via email, too. Wind Mobile will give you an unlimited data/text/talk plan for $35 (for more details consult the quick ...


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Apart from Quebec, a flashing green light has a different meaning in Turkey (and possibly in some other European countries). At some point during the night (usually around 2am), the lights switch to blinking mode to show the right of way to drivers. All lights in an intersection goes to blinking mode in red, yellow or green and the colors don't change. This ...


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Here's what the current Telco providers have for prepaid data plans (closest to 2GB): Rogers offers 2GB on the Talk, Text and Internet 80. $80.75/month. $0.04/mb Bell offers 2GB on the Prepaid - 100MB with $50 add on. $70.75/month. roughly $0.03/mb Chatr offers 1GB on the Canada-wide Talk & Text with $25 add on. $60.00/month. $0.06/mb Telus offers ...


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I was going to comment on gmauch's answer but my reputation points don't allow me to. I have personally brought tea and sweets (and other food products) into Canada more than once from Europe. You will have no problem at all bringing them in.


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According to Canadian Food Inspection Agency in the section Products allowed into Canada from countries other than the United States you are Ok bringing herbs, spices and tea, so your bags and leaves of tea should not be a problem. About candies it says you can bring up to 20Kg, which should also be enough, right? Be advised that these requirements may be ...


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No, American airports don't offer preclearance the way Canadian ones do. (The reason is the relative number of airports in each country: the preclearance in a small handful of Canadian cities enables flights into hundreds of American cities. To do it the other way around would be crazy.) You will clear customs and immigration when you land in Halifax.


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Unlike US Canada doesn't have immigration preclearance so the immigration control you will be passing in Canada.


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You and your passport and your boarding pass will be checked by Canadian border security, as they're the ones who run the "special international connections customs counter". They need to verify you are actually departing from YUL to the EU. The airport's maps don't actually show the counter, but there's plenty of first-hand accounts about it.


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The BA representative is correct. If you read the exception clause correctly it states the following: (ab) a valid visa for entry to Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the United States of America and a valid airline ticket for travel via the United Kingdom as part of a journey from the country in respect of which the visa is held to another country ...


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Yes. You just need to show your intention to depart. A train ticket (plus your ticket from Vancouver to Copenhagen) is certainly enough. In the past, I've bought Greyhound bus tickets from Seattle to Vancouver - they did actually check them and were fine with them as well. One of the times I did this I was flying into Boston first, and even though it was a ...


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There are travel agencies in pretty much every chowk (suburb) in every major city of Nepal. Most people in Nepal dont have international credit cards and the whole internet banking and shopping scene isn't as developed. So I would say it would actually be easier to buy tickets offline in Nepal. Just make sure you compare the prices with different travel ...


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Obviously you can, the main base of tourism business of Nepal is offline network, You can see lots of Travel and Tour Agencies, specially in Thamel area. You can ask them. My suggestion is, try on multiple agencies before buy so you can be sure for best price.


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Straight talk is very reasonable sim only and they cover US and Canada (most US providers cover Canada) http://www.straighttalkbyop.com/


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Canada The Canadian TSA website says that you can indeed pack disposable razors and cartridges in your carry-on: Disposable (safety) razors and blade cartridges Carry On Baggage: Yes Checked Baggage: Yes European Union Whereas the website of the European TSA-equivalent organisation mentions razors (without mentioning disposable or not) ...


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It looks like there are some options in terms of ground transportation from Buffalo Airport, going to Niagara Falls on either the American or Canadian side: taxis and shuttles like the company you found all seem to have fares around USD75 to Amaerican side, USD80-85 to Canadian side. Some shuttle seems to be a bit cheaper, priced USD50 to the American side ...


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Within the United States, your "Route 87", "Route 89", and "Route 91" (typically referred to as "Interstate 87", "Interstate 89", and "Interstate 91") are all Interstate Highways, the top class of long-distance road in the United States. Consequently, all three of them will be kept as clear of snow as possible. Which one of them will be the best will be ...


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I don't think taking I-87 is going to be a serious consideration for a trip between Montreal and Boston. It's on the wrong side of Lake Champlain, so you'll have to go far out of your way and extend your trip by an hour or more. The route taken by Greyhound is essentially identical to the first option given by Google Maps for a trip between Montreal and ...


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Italian Citizens do not need a visa to visit Canada for short periods, provided they satisfy the other restrictions (mainly the 'not working in Canada' ones). The supporting documents you need are essentially ones that show the immigration officer that you will not violate the terms of visiting. I would recommend a letter from your company stating the ...



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