2019 Archive

Stepwest Stories – Maider from Spain and her Study & Work experience in Canada

Stepwest Stories – Maider from Spain and her Study & Work experience in Canada

Posted April 7, 2019 in Stepwest Stories

Stepwest Stories is here! Let’s meet our next Stepwest star. Her name is Maider from the Basque Country (Pais Vasco) in Spain and she is currently completing her study & work program in Vancouver, BC. Follow along to hear about Maider’s story directly from her. Enjoy! Hello everyone! My name is Maider Aban and I am from the …Continue Reading

Recognized Organization – International Experience Canada FAQs 2019

Recognized Organization – International Experience Canada FAQs 2019

Posted March 10, 2019 in News

  IEC 2019 is here and with it, our Recognized Organization status! Learn more about who Stepwest can help under Recognized Organization status during International Experience Canada 2019 in this post! All of the information below will solve all of your questions, and if you still have some doubts, please share your questions about IEC 2019 below! We …Continue Reading

Stepwest Stories – Mariel from Mexico and her Study & Work experience in Canada

Stepwest Stories – Mariel from Mexico and her Study & Work experience in Canada

Posted March 1, 2019 in Stepwest Stories, Study & Work

Stepwest Stories is back, and this time with Mariel from Mexico as our Stepwest Star during her study and work experience in Vancouver. We have decided to let her tell you her story in her own words. Enjoy Mariel’s Stepwest Stories takeover! Hi everyone! Let me begin by introducing myself, my name is Mariel Jaime Vargas and …Continue Reading

How to file your taxes as a student or Working Holiday participant in Canada – FAQ 2019

How to file your taxes as a student or Working Holiday participant in Canada – FAQ 2019

Posted February 8, 2019 in How To Guide

Tax season is back! Whether you are planning to come to Canada or you are already living here as a Working Holiday participant or international student, you need to know that if you are working in Canada you are also paying taxes to the Canadian Government. Depending on how you completed your TD1 form, your employer will …Continue Reading