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    Question Place to Play in Canada

    Hi, i'm a badmintonplayer from Switzerland. I will come next July to Canada to learn English and to play badminton. Now i'm searching a good badmintonschool or a University or something like this.

    Can someone give me informations?

    Thanks for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElNegros
    Hi, i'm a badmintonplayer from Switzerland. I will come next July to Canada to learn English and to play badminton. Now i'm searching a good badmintonschool or a University or something like this.

    Can someone give me informations?

    Thanks for your help!
    Any major Canadian cities will have good clubs. Do you know which provinces you will be going?

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    I don't know yet exectly. My favorites are Toronto, Vencouver or Calgary.
    where can i train and study best?
    i'm sorry for my english:-)

    thanks

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    There are lots of English schools for international students in Vancouver. One of the best places to play badminton is the Vancouver Racquets Club..and there are also many community centres that one can play in as well.

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    I agree with 15love - Vancouver is certainly a good choice. The weather is the mildest when compared with Toronto and Calgary. Vancouver tends to rain or drizzle more. Calgary is drier (due to interior and higher altitude).
    Toronto in July can get 33 C and 80-90% humidity but Toronto is another good choice. The city is bigger than Vancouver.
    I do not know much about Calgary in regard to studying English. I think either Toronto or Vancouver will be a good choice for studying English and playing badminton.
    For location to play in Vancouver, you can post on the Canada-West forum.
    For Toronto, you can post on the Canada-East forum.
    Both cities have members in this forum, and I am sure they can help you.

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    Thanks for your help!

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    dont forget calgary is much easy to get around town than vancouver and toronto. I assume that u dont have a car.

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