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Canadian O.E. Evening

Press release: Wednesday, 12 September 2005


Canadian O.E. Evening


Are you 18-30 and do you want to learn more about studying and/or working in Canada?

If so, this is the event for you!

The Canadian High Commission is hosting an “O.E. Evening,” on Monday 19th September,
5-7pm at Level 3, 61 Molesworth Street, Thorndon, Wellington.

This event is FREE and will tell you everything you need to know about studying and/or
working in Canada; from the “Working Holiday Programme” and information on studying, to
recruitment agencies, travel and insurance.

For further information, see our website: www.wellington.gc.ca

ENDS

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