I just got back from a trip to Hamilton, Ontario and had a revelation while I was there. Before I begin today’s talk, I just want to say thank you for being here and welcome. The topics I discuss here on this blog may or may not always be related to the services our company provides. In this case, it only does a bit. I won’t, however, be talking about my experience as a business owner and an engineer. Instead, I’ll be talking about my experience in Canada so far from the perspective as one who had to adopt a new culture.

I might get into more detail about my revelation in Hamilton on another post. For now, I just want to say how grateful I am to be here in Canada working hard. If you have any experience in this then please get in touch because I’d love to chat. Expanding any business to Canada and starting afresh is difficult, but I enjoyed every moment of it because Canada is an amazing place to be. I consider it the richest place in the world because I’ve seen so many places and what makes a country rich always isn’t its wealth but the people and the potential to do great things in the future.

I know people can’t travel to Canada right now because of the novel virus but I still feel like a tourist when I travel from Hamilton, Ontario back to my current home. There’s still so many places in Canada I still haven’t been and I have a feeling I could spend the rest of my life exploring it. Every trail. Every beach. Every river!

Ah, to make a long story simple and conclude I will say that my experience in Canada so far has been a blessing. I feel like a new person who is sharing a beautiful landscape with wonderful people and I couldn’t be happier.