Coming to Canada

Before leaving for a trip, always afflicts us that feeling of insecurity that makes us question whether we are prepared to face any challenges that may come along the way.
Questions start popping the head and sometimes we forget to confirm important details before you pack your bags and hit the road.
One of those details is the electrical voltage of where we are going, which can be 110V or 220V.
To you, who is preparing to face the Canadian winter, have no surprise when landing on the frozen land of Maple Syrup, as we advanced, the voltage here is 110V.
Photo: Before leaving for a trip, always afflicts us that feeling of insecurity that makes us question whether we are prepared to face any challenges that may come along the way. Questions start popping the head and sometimes we forget to confirm important details before you pack your bags and hit the road. One of those details is the electrical voltage of where we are going, which can be 110V or 220V. To you, who is preparing to face the Canadian winter, have no surprise when landing on the frozen land of Maple Syrup, as we advanced, the voltage here is 110V.
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