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  • Connect with fellow Dutch in Toronto

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  • Javier Vazquez

    Meeting other Mexican expats in Toronto was much easier once I joined InterNations and attended events.

InterNations - A Place for Dutch in Toronto

Goededag to all of our Dutch in Toronto! Are you interested in getting to know fellow Dutch expats in Toronto? Are you looking for advice from other Dutch, e.g. which bars in Toronto will broadcast your favorite team’s upcoming match or where in town to go for stamppot?

You are cordially invited to be part of InterNations Toronto. Among the members of our international expat network, there is also a vibrant circle of Dutch expats, coming from Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and all regions of the Netherlands.

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    From Netherlands, living in Toronto
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    From Netherlands, living in Toronto
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    From Netherlands, living in Toronto
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    From Netherlands, living in Toronto
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    From Netherlands, living in Toronto

Meet other Dutch in Toronto

Meet fellow Dutch at our events in Toronto

Attend our monthly events and activities and join various interest-based groups to get to know like-minded expatriates and fellow Dutch in Toronto.

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Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Dutch in our Toronto expat forums.

  • looking for affordable, stylish furniture
    16 replies
    Sep 13, 5:45 AM
    Community member

    Hi Joëlle, Thanks for the update. It seems like you covered all the right places when picking up your furniture! Hope you start feeling at home soon, now that everything is falling into place, …

  • Finding a job in Ontario
    14 replies
    Jan 13, 8:49 PM
    Community member

    Dear Marcia, don't tell your prospective employers that you hired an agency because you didn't feel like doing the paperwork, it would not help you. All it would show is a lack of willingness to …

  • Live in Canada as PR and work in the US
    4 replies
    Sep 19, 11:01 PM
    Community member

    NAFTA is North American Free Trade Agreement. But it is for trade purposes only between US CANDA AND MEXICO. NAFTA allowed easy movement of people for work. But in the recent time, USA has made …

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Dutch Expats in Toronto Share Their Experiences

InterNations is a place where Dutch expats in Toronto exchange experiences and tips to support each other. The "Queen City" can be a great place for expats - our community helps you make the most of your experience!

  • Browse our Members Network to get to know Toronto’s Dutch expats.
  • Take part in our Expat Forums to obtain first hand tips from fellow Dutch expats in Toronto.
  • Use the Expat Guide for Toronto to find information on your host city.

Meet Fellow Dutch in Toronto at Our Events

Our community in Toronto is also very active offline. Our InterNations Ambassadors organize regular events and various expat activities, e.g. a dinner in Toronto’s hippest restaurant or an outing with other Dutch expats to explore the sublime Canadian Rockies. These activities are a casual way to get to know expats from the Netherlands in your local community as well as Dutch in Canada nationwide. Interested? Simply become a member and we’ll be happy to welcome you among our Dutch living in Toronto!

  • Javier Vazquez

    Meeting other Mexican expats in Toronto was much easier once I joined InterNations and attended events.

  • Paola Murri

    The InterNations network has given me the opportunity to network in Toronto like never before.

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