Alberta is a paradise on Earth which finds a place in every person's bucket list. This province has something to offer for all kind of people (hikers and non-hikers specifically). Banff, Jasper and Yoho perhaps tops the list of all the places in Alberta and everyone atleast needs to visit these places once in their lifetime. We decided to visit Banff, Jasper and Yoho during the Canada day long weekend in 2019. It was a long weekend and we managed to add one more day to make it a 4 day extended long weekend trip from 29 June to 2 July. I had to do a lot of research as I did not want to miss anything in this trip and make the most out of it. After going through numerous websites and travelogues, I finally was able to create an extensive itinerary for Banff and Jasper. To be honest, you would need around 6 days to complete every places mentioned in this itinerary. But if you are adventurous and can go beyond the line, you can definitely do this in 4 days without missing anything.
Canada lately has been pretty much interested to invite people to become permanent residents (PR) and help to increase their country's population strength. The most striking problem which the government faces now is that the average age of Canada population is over 35 which is not a good sign for any economy as a whole. This has led the Canada Government to bring in new rules in its immigration policies which can make the process faster and can invite more people who can settle down here and boost the economy of the country. In the last few years, Canada has been the hot topic for immigration as it aims to welcome more than a million permanent residents to come and settle here by 2020. This has led to numerous consultants and consultancies who want to help people to file their application in exchange of a huge amount of money. Though a lot of people claim that it is easy if we go through a consultancy, my personal preference would be to do it all by yourself. In that way yo