Learn English in the heart of Canada!
Our original school is located in exciting downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, within the historic Exchange District where everything you need is close to the school including public transportation, shopping, restaurants, museums, the Winnipeg Public Library, and parks. Classrooms are large and comfortable. Students have free access to wireless Internet, kitchen facilities, free coffee in the morning, lounge and activity spaces and more.
Winnipeg has fewer international students than larger cities in Canada, and Heartland has one of the most diverse nationality mixes of all language schools. Therefore, you can be assured that you will not be studying with too many students from your own country and that you will be immersed in an English environment so that you will improve your English quickly
We took a one-week road trip across six Canadian provinces to see the beauty of nature from the west to the east. My boyfriend and I have been living in Vancouver for five years because of COVID-19. We had a “short break” and we decided to take a short trip! Alberta is a tourist destination […]
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I am going to talk about how to make Tteokkoi. It is spicy, sweet, and delicious. When I was in high school, I had Tteokkoi with my friends every day after school. It is cheap for students to eat. If I had $5, I could have it with friends, so it has a good memory […]
Weeks ago, I wanted to find some exciting TV series to watch. I tried a few shows with scary names, but still nothing. And then, Fargo; it is right up my alley. I am not going to be a story spoiler here. So instead, I want to introduce two key roles below. Nygaard is a […]
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There is a Guinness World Record ice and snow maze in Winnipeg. It is located about 25 kilometers south of Winnipeg, near St.Adolphe. The snow maze covers 2789 square meters. We don’t get a lot of snow in my hometown the lowest temperature is 5 degrees below zero, so it is very exciting to see […]