French canadian dating etiquette
In honor of our Northern neighbor's holiday today, I put together a case for dating Canadians — a topic near and dear to my heart as I'm actually married to one.
That said, I'm making some generalities here that are specific to my Canucks-loving spouse and may not apply to significant others hailing from the country.
Emails and telephone calls should also be direct and succinct.
– Note that a great importance is given to respecting everyone's opinions.
Detailed preparation prior to meetings will be expected and appreciated!
– Business communication is quite direct in Canada; there will be no need for you to decipher and read into messages.
Regardless of rank and status, people expect the right to be heard and listened to.
But incorporating personal experience with famous examples — thank you Ryan Gosling, Robin Scherbatsky, Scott Speedman, and the one and only William Shatner, to name a few — I've put together 25 reasons you should head north for love.
If you are thinking of doing business in Canada, do not mention your expectations for success based on your experience in the United States - Canadian business people will not appreciate the comparison.
Be careful not to bring lilies as a present as they are associated with death.
* Canada's motto is the Latin phrase "A Mari Usque Ad Mare", which is translated as "From Sea to Sea" * The official languages are English and French.
* The capital is Ottawa; the largest city - Toronto. – Business culture varies throughout Canada, depending on the region.Likewise, business structures are different, so make sure to do your homework on the contact organisation and the region before visiting.