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  1. Bolded the ones that are definite must-visit spots. :)). I'm sure the folks I went to law school with can probably figure out who I am now from these series of posts..
  2. I was pleasantly surprised by Edmonton's food options. One of my law school friends is celiac, and i'm gluten sensitive (and lactose intolerant), and we both felt there were a good number of food options for us throughout our time at the U of A.
  3. Be sure to check out this place further north for your gluten free grocery needs :)) https://www.kinnikinnick.com/
  4. Are these still available?
  5. Thanks for the suggestions everyone; seems like there's a lot that can be done in 2.5 weeks after all. I admit I probably should have managed my expectations a bit. A bunch of my fellow 3Ls have a couple of months before articling and planned trips that are much longer than the time I have, so I was stuck in that mindset of multi-destination-trips. I decided that I will spend that time travelling and doing things low key/relaxing; I'll be island/beach hopping in the southern Philippines. Now that I've got my procrasti-planning out of the way, I can go back to studying for my last few final exams.
  6. 100% the latter. I honestly don't even think I know how to unwind anymore.
  7. Maybe I should clarify, I didn't mean to imply that it's impossible to travel in 2.5 weeks. I don't travel much outside of my trips to Asia visiting family, so my experience travelling outside of that context is limited. I was hoping to get suggestions about what I can do and what others have done in a 2-week period. Sass is fine, I've come to accept that it's inevitable on online forums for people to misunderstand the question.
  8. My typical vacation: I have family all around Asia so my typical trip would involve a few destinations there for ~1month, since flights are pretty reasonable for inter-asia travel. Edit: going to a beach sounds like a great idea, celebrating and getting a nice tan before articling.
  9. I will have 2.5 weeks of free time after 3L exams and before starting my articles in the Vancouver-area. I don't think that is enough time to do any substantial travelling, and I have no idea what to do to fill that gap. This will be the first time I have this much free time in a while. Any suggestions?
  10. i echo this. I just got approved for the full amount w/ scotiabank, no cosigner (took a bit of negotiation but it did end up happening). I also got approved 70k with RBC. I have a car loan around 15k right now.
  11. I am getting that sense from RBC for mine when they called to tell me i was approved that I have to apply again later on. My meeting to discuss the terms in depth isn't until next week so we will see.
  12. I was promised at the initial meeting that interest rate wouldn't go up when i'm in repayment but i'll have to definitely read through the agreement carefully.
  13. I probably will just to see if I can bring down my interest rate. Otherwise 70k is more than enough for my needs
  14. I just got 70k approved w/ RBC on prime + 1% (i'll definitely try to negotiate that rate lower once I meet with the guy to discuss details). And i've got 15k remaining on my car loan. So I don't think it's an issue.
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