Giving Birth in Canada (Part 2) | 17 things to know before you decide to give birth in Canada

In this second part of my Giving Birth in Canada series, I share 17 things you need to know before you decide to give birth in Canada.

If I could get a kobo for every request/call I get concerning giving birth in Canada, I would be a billionaire by now. So this video came by popular demand. I talk about 17 things to know before deciding to give birth in Canada.

I hope you learn a few things, and share with others who might need it.

There are more things, which might be discussed in a future video, and based on request.

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Excuse Me, SARS - Atilola Moronfolu

My name is Atilola and I’m a spoken word artist. I perform mostly in the corporate sector, NGO sector and international scenes. I’m not exactly what you will call an “angry poet” or “political poet”. I’m not a trend talker or crowd follower. But I am a human being, Nigerian, and mother to two boys who will be future men.

I was inspired to write this very short piece because of my son, Lyon, whose hair I plan to braid/lock. I don’t want him to go through what our young ones are going through today. I don’t want him to be wrongly profiled as a criminal because of his appearance.

I might not be able to take to the streets like other youths because of my family and work responsibilities, but I can sure speak for the upcoming generation with my art.

I hope this piece speaks to you, but most importantly, to the Nigerian police force and the federal government of Nigeria

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Giving Birth in Canada (Part 1): How I got my Canadian Visa

Ever since I arrived Nigeria with a Canadian citizen in my Kangaroo pouch, I have become a very reluctant "Canada Birth Consultant". People always call me to ask for advise and guidance.

The truth is I was never an expert cos it was my first time having anything to do with the Canadian Embassy. My experience was nothing straightforward, mentally stressful, mentally tasking, and spiritually intense.

This is the first part of my three-part "Giving Birth in Canada" series. In the second part, we talk about the things you must know when applying, and in the third, we talk about the pros and cons, when compared to giving birth in the US.

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