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A Filipino Immigrant’s Realization

Canada has been “home” for our family for a decade now and if I were to go back to that year when I am still deciding whether I should complete our application for skilled immigrant through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, I will still take the same path.

To celebrate my work anniversary with my current job, I thought of sharing something that is work-related. After a few years of working in Canada, I had numerous discoveries (and learning) about Canadian workplace, including some work practices that I have learned to adapt in the past 8 years.

It is a challenge for me to get people to agree to have their story be included and published in my blog.

Each welcome pack distribution, I meet different sets of newly-arrived immigrants and every opportunity that I get to have a chat with some of them I always ask them how they are and how they are adjusting to their new home. 

Nine years ago, I came to Canada with a bachelor’s degree, some credits in master’s degree and more than 10 years of work experience as a HR practitioner. 

As I have mentioned, it is one of my intentions for 2016 to feature inspiring stories of people who (like me) immigrated to Canada from their home country.

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About Us

Momsiecle is short for Momsie’s Circle. As our family start a new chapter of our lives in Winnipeg in 2009, I also started to write about my challenges and triumphs in Canada as an immigrant, my mommy stories, my everyday life experiences and everything in between. Enjoy your visit!

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