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She was a multiple-time world champion in boxing, defending her titles 18 times in three weight classes, and a two-time Ring magazine fighter of the year , Holm's most notable win in mixed martial arts MMA occurred at UFC November 15, , in front of a record-breaking crowd for a UFC event 56, people in Melbourne , when she captured the bantamweight title and gave Ronda Rousey her first loss in the sport.

This fight is generally considered to be one of the biggest upsets in combat sports history. Holm is the first person to win championships in both boxing and mixed martial arts. Holm was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico , and grew up in nearby Bosque Farms , the youngest of three children.

Her father, Roger, is a Church of Christ preacher — as a fighter, Holly would later be nicknamed "The Preacher's Daughter" — and her mother, Tammy, is a massage therapist. Holm is of primarily Irish descent. Growing up, Holm played soccer and participated in gymnastics , swimming and diving. Her parents divorced shortly before she graduated from Manzano High School in ; after graduation, she studied for a year at the University of New Mexico. Holm has close relationships with her parents and brothers.

Her father always attends her fights, and for years assisted in her corner during her boxing matches. She and her father are partners in a real estate company. Holm is a Christian and her faith background is in Churches of Christ.

Her mother, Tammy Bredy, has seen little of Holm in the cage and rarely attends Holm's bouts. In , she married Jeff Kirkpatrick, also from Albuquerque. Holm's path to a career in boxing and kickboxing began with aerobics classes when she was 16 years old. Her cardio-kickboxing instructor, Mike Winkeljohn, recognized Holm's potential as a fighter and began training her. She fought two bouts in the tournament.

She won the first by technical knockout at 34 seconds in the first round. She won the second by unanimous decision. Her overall amateur kickboxing record is 6—0—2. Holm has held several welterweight boxing titles, [25] been highly regarded as one of the best female welterweights in the world, and is considered among the best of all time, by some.

She is a big draw in her home town of Albuquerque, having all but three of her fights there and just one of her fights outside of her home state of New Mexico. In June she became the undisputed welterweight champion and holder of belts from to by defeating former champ Mary Jo Sanders by decision. They had a rematch on October 17, , at the Palace of Auburn Hills in suburban Detroit, which ended in a draw. Holm was badly beaten by the stronger Mathis without the referee interfering, even going into the canvas without a count.

She finally lost by knockout in the 7th round, which would be dubbed the upset of the year in women's boxing. Holm took a unanimous decision win over Mathis, becoming the new champion and avenging her earlier KO loss. Holm made her mixed martial arts debut on March 4, , against Christina Domke at an event organized by her boxing promoter, Lenny Fresquez. Clash in the Cage against Strikeforce veteran Jan Finney. Holm announced that she would retire from boxing after her May 11, , boxing match against Mary McGee so that she can fully concentrate on her MMA career.

Holm won the fight via TKO due to a body kick and knees in round two. She won the bout and title via TKO in the fifth round due to a head kick and punches.

However, on November 13, Holm was forced to pull out due to an undisclosed injury. Holm won the bout by split decision 29—28, 28—29, and 30— In her highest profile MMA fight to date, Holm faced defending women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey before a record-setting crowd in the main event of UFC on November 14, Despite being a massive betting underdog, Holm controlled a majority of the bout with her superior striking and defended all of Rousey's takedowns.

The second fighter to take Rousey past the first round after Miesha Tate , she won the fight via knockout in the second with a high kick, ending Rousey's undefeated streak and three-year reign as champion causing her to spend the night in the hospital [52]. After four rounds of back-and-forth fighting, Tate defeated Holm in the fifth with a rear-naked choke. Holm was strong in the first round of the fight standing up, but was less effective grappling with Tate on the mat.

After Tate took Holm down in the second round, Holm almost submitted to a guillotine choke, but wriggled out just before the bell. In the fifth round, Tate scored another takedown and locked in another rear-naked choke. Holm refused to submit, was rendered unconscious, and the referee declared a technical submission. She lost the bout via unanimous decision. She lost the fight via controversial unanimous decision.

At the end of the second and third rounds, de Randamie continued to throw punches after the horn had sounded and the referee stepped in, the first of which was a right hand that visibly wobbled Holm, who had already stopped fighting. The referee did not take a point on either occasion, which crucially affected the result of the fight. Holm returned to bantamweight division after losing the featherweight title bout. Correia on June 17, in Singapore.

Holm employs frequent lateral movement while working stiff jabs to an opponent's head. Decorated boxer and ONE Championship fighter Ana Julaton has described Holm as a "natural mover", noting her footwork as an asset in setting up strikes. Holm is one of several boxers photographed by artist Delilah Montoya and profiled in the publication Women Boxers: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Holly Holm Holm in Ronda Rousey [] Knockout of the Year vs. Ronda Rousey [] November Knockout of the Month vs.

Ronda Rousey on November 15, [] Upset of the Year vs. Ronda Rousey on November 15, []. Eruption August 9, 1 1: Retrieved July 17, Retrieved Dec 26, Holly Holm already the greatest of all time in women's combat sports". Holly Holm joins UFC and says she 'would love to fight in Ireland' Unique historic atmosphere envelops work-outs and news conference — Telegraph Blogs".

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Math Olympiads are problem-solving contests for students in grades four through eight. Last year nearly , students from 6, teams worldwide p Teachers choose to teach for many reasons. They love young people, are passionate about their subject matter, and believe in the transformative power of learning.

They also choose to teach because they have not given up on the world and t Study trips are one-day experiences Our work at Bosque School always includes a strong sense of place. We build from our mission statement, "To prepare young men and women to become lifelong learners with the highest character values and academic goals in a natural New Mexico sett In addition to the standard practice on mannequins, they ha Students painted picket signs with slogans suc Despite frigid temperatures, gusty winds, technical difficulties, and sleepy eyelids, the students spotted 12 jackrabbits They are asking all students, faculty and staff to show their support by wearing pink!

On Tuesday, October 9, the middle school students were treated to a presentation from Bosque's most notable outdoorsman, Klaus Weber.

Klaus, with his energetic spirit and enthusiasm, is often seen walking, running, hiking, biking, snow shoeing, c Fifth and sixth grade students will work with BE National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time when, as a nation, we recognize and honor the contributions to American society by those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

It began as National Hispanic H Diana has an extensive background in employee relations, organizational management, training, and facilitating. Her most recent corporate Leo compared the real estate bubble of the early 21st century to previous speculative b September , Fridays at 8: Students, parents, grandparents, and neighborhood friends joined us for a day of inspiring talks from over 20 talented and passionate individuals. They goal was to move them to a new wo Seventh grade social studies teacher Dan Otter was recently recognized for his work outside of Bosque School.

D will be learning about pulsar data research. During the school year, the obse In the May issue of the New Mexico Magazine p. John Roth appears along with others with actor Willem Dafoe.

Roth was an extra in the upcoming Disney film, Odd Stuart. Chris Baca, a local civil engineer and parent of Kalin '14 and Kolten '18, visited Clara Roybal's Algebra II class and showed students how he applies math every day in his work as a civil engineer. Thomas Beecham, a senior technical staff member of Nanomaterial Sciences at Sandia National Laboratories, spoke to the upper school students at morning meeting on May 16th.

Beecham explained the different fields of engineeri We were fortunate to have Karen Coburn, author of Letting Go: Coburn shared her research and led a discussion on student deve Mr Evan Vincent, gave an informative presentation to the classes in which they learned mu On April 22nd, Earth Day, we were pleased to host a reception thanking Verne Huser for the generous contribution of his collection of conservation and environmentally themed books to the Gerald and Betty Ford Library. This collection of more th While floating was the objective, not everyone was confident their man-made boat would make it around the West Mesa pool.

On Friday, April 27th, Bosque junior and senior physics students took a leap of faith as they left the security of the poolside a The Student Congress, an annual end of the year celebration, brings students from up The year started off with a fun introduction to Shakespeare's language - the students created modern scenes usi ng iambic pentameter.

The students involved in this project are all sophomores: Amai, a senior member of Sandia National Labs team, has The Advanced English Seminar, a creative writing elective for seniors and juniors, has hosted two visiting poets this month. Keene State College recently published an article on alumni who have made a large impact in their communities in coaching and athletics. All pre-ordered books can be picked up at the Book Fair on Thursday, May 3rd from 2: In addition, students, families and friends can peruse the Bosque admission acceptance letters went out and the Balloon Drop took place March 31st.

Over 30 volunteers hit the streets of Albuquerque and surrounding communities to deliver balloons and a special treat to welcome the incoming class of , as w Across the globe, people of all ages will be participating in the "One Day Without Shoes. Dan Otter, 7th grade social studies teacher, just published a new e-book: Financial Literacy for the Young and the Young at Heart. This e-book was recently accepted to the iBooks store , and describes basic financial literacy concepts that benefit b The Academy of American Poets launched the first National Poetry Month in and every April since has been filled with special events focused on poetry in American life.

While Bosque students are exposed to poetry and literature on a daily ba Sevilleta Jackrabbit outreach event here! Following his passion of volunteering with the ski patrol and local firehouses, he had the ambitious vision, wh Eighth grade sections 1, 3, and half of 5 will perform on Wednesday evening; sections 2, 4, and half of 5 will take the spotlight on Thursday.

Dan co-founded a website, http: The Bosque girls lacrosse team was invited to participate in the filming of an episode of "In Plain Sight,". TOSS is a student-led program that allows Bosque upper school students to tutor middle school students in organizational skills. We work one-on-one with middle school students to help them learn how to stay organized and record their assignments acc We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Bosque athletic staff, Varsity Track coach, Daniel Sanchez.

Dan has experience developing strong, competitive programs and has a variety of coaching experience. Most recently, Dan coached both varsi On March 1, , Bosque School students Upper School and 8th graders will participate in a presentation, which will include a film and speaker from the Invisible Children organization.

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All registration will be handled online this year. Visit Bosque Summer to reserve your summer of fun, lear In October of , Patrick Dougherty came to Bosque School with a vision of kachina masks that were brought to life in a temporary land art project here on campus. Many of you remember to frenzy of student artists working hand in hand with the commu Bosque has appointed Sheri Mahoney, the upper school biology teacher, to the spring counseling internship for the student counseling center.

This advisory board supports and provides multi-sided energy-related curriculum, m Jan taught in the Albuquerque Public Schools for 28 years. In addition to her classroom experience, she worked i Zizi brings extensive experience in fundraising, board development, strategic planning, and financial operations to Bosque. She joins Bosque from her most recent leadership role as the Mitte actively works with several important equal rights organizations whose intent is to raise awareness in the area of equ Bosque middle school students will participate in awareness building on the topic of Anti-Bullying during the week of November th.

The week will consist of several activities devising positive statements and pledging to stand up and speak out. Eric Orell will lead the boys varsity basketball team beginning with their first season practice on Monday, October 31st. He also played colle Bosque School announces the hire of a new athletic director, Bruce Stell.

Stell will oversee athletics and physical education at Bosque School. Stell received his B. Greg Brown is a graduate of Albuquerque High School where he led Albuquerque High to a state basketball title and received "Player of the Year" honors.

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Our students serve all around Albuquerque as well; providing emergency medical care at community events, as well as His long-term contribution to the development and promotion of the sport of snow skiing in New Mexico qualified him as a New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame membe A huge thank you from the Bosque Booster Club BBC to the 25 amazing Bosque parents and faculty that volunteered their time to drive buses on June 26 th and 27 th at the Lavender Festival. Taylor Quadrathlon on February 13th.

The Quad is a 42 mile race to the top and back of the highest peak in Northwest New Mexico, 11, foot high Mt. Katie Visco has run 3, miles across America, and is now on a speaking tour from California to Maine. She stopped at Bosque School to speak with our students and help inspire them to follow their passions. On December 8, , Greg Mortenson, author of Three Cups of Tea , visited the Bosque School campus to speak to the entire student body, discuss his experiences and his newest book, Stones into Schools: Bosque School partnered with Visible Light Solar to retrofit the existing outdoor lighting into solar powered lights.

The Yale Educator Recognition Program recognizes outstanding educators from around the world who have supported and inspired their students to This is the first state championship for a Bosque School cross country team. Paced by captain, Madeleine '10 the Bosque bobcats placed three finishers on th Coach Klaus Weber dedicates The public is invited to view the Patrick Dougherty Land Art project at Bosque School and hear his address to the community: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a noncompetitive walk to help fight breast cancer, a The new Upper School, due to be complete in August , is well underway!

After exploring the use of powerful words and im Three Bosque School teachers have received grants for the school year. Virtual Tour Read Our Viewbook. Annual Fund Frequently Asked Questions.

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Meet the Head of School Finalists! February 15, 16, 17 and Feb 22, 23, 24 Audition dates: Get your Bobcat pride on during Homecoming ! Flu Shot Clinic Wednesday, October 3 from Become Involved for Success. Faculty Spotlight - Nicolle Maniaci. Challenging Education via SEL.

College Representatives Coming Soon. Welcome to Bosque, Ali! Annual Fund Match Challenge. Consider Joining Youth Symphony. Click here to RSVP! Bosque School Porcupine Research.

Be Inspired by Lady Ganga. Donate Used Bikes for Charity. Three Cheers for Pat! Casey Grange and Jesse Chavez. New Parking for Spring Semester. A Librarian in Phoenix. Sheyl Chard's Boston Adventure. Read the full excerpt from Claudette Sutton below: Colleges Are Visiting Bosque!

Maggie Schold, Director of Development. Maria Clara's Adventures in Havana. Join Us Friday, May 19! Bookworks will have a limited number of grade-level summer reading books for purchase if you did not previously place an online ord Participation levels on the rise!

First, we thank our volunteers who spent two hours making phone calls to families from the 6th—12th grade this past Friday, May Second, thank you to all the fam In August of , all upper school science students will convene their studies in the newly renovated science building.

This week, a permanent art fixture was installed in front of the Schoolhouse to provide a visual to monitor progress toward our Annual Fund goal. While some schools rely upon the tried-and-true thermometer for fundraising goals, Bosque has created it Golfers Tee Off for Financial Aid. Last Friday, Bosque School hosted its annual golf tournament to raise funds for need-based financial aid.

Thank you, Bosque families! Thank you, Bosque families, for your outpouring of support. This week has been amazing and we appreciate all you do for the faculty and staff. Grab and Go Breakfast Wednesday: Dinner and Gifts Friday: Lunch and treats from It's not too late to As the academic year is in the final stretch, we would like to remind all of our families that it is not too late to make a gift to the Annual Fund.

Each year, a portion of the funds needed to cover the costs of educating each student com Congratulations to our newly admitted students! We are excited to have them join us for the school year. Check out this video emoji card from the entire Bosque School student body. We look forward to seeing all new families at the Ice Cream S Take a look at the online ordering system here. Please look at the grade your child w Bosque School Blood Drive.

Parents of both upper and middle school students, as well as other community members, are welcome to donate. Bosque School is grateful to have the support of its wide-ranging community which benefits our students each and every day. Southwest Capital Bank is generously supporting the annual Bosque Golf Scramble as this year's tournament sponsor.

Me We Conference and Parent Coffee. This year's conference will take place on Tuesday, April 18 at Bosque School. We Need Your Help! We need to receive all gift donations see below for gift ideas by Friday, Please sign up to volunteer, donate, and show y Ugandan Dance Troupe Visits Bosque.

In addition to professional performances, the group delivered outreach programs and master c Elephant Doctor Visits Bosque. In a few weeks, Bosque School will unveil a new installation—a large thermometer—that is similar to what many independent schools provide to reflect their Annual Fund progress; schools like Bosque rely on these funds the help relieve the Tara stated that it would be difficult leaving Bosque Scho Deadline is March 31!

The Alumni Walkway is a brick path located in the heart of campus that displays the name and graduation year of our Bosque graduates. It is a tradition for our seniors to walk across this landmark and gaze upon their names We Love Our Supporters. Did your student play a winter sport? Friday, February 3 7—9 p. Climbing Wall is in Operation. The 16 x 20 ft.

The wall has two climbing paths for students to enjoy. Sheila Grijalva is the certified climbing instructor and will supervise Bosque Beanies Have Arrived! Choose from five styles of embroidered knit caps. Check them out and order online at BosqueGear. Beanies can also be purchased w Teacher to Perform in Carnaval Rekow, upper school Spanish teacher, will perform in this year's Aliento: For more information about the show or to purchase tickets, click here.

Community in the Classroom Lived up to Its Hype! It was an exciting night as the community came together for a night of adult learning. It was wonderful to see past and present parents, grandparents, alumni, and a host of friends gather to enjoy time in the classroom with Bosque faculty. Fire Sale on Bosque Gear. Friday, January 20 Fueling Our Students' Passions. It's time to go back to school. Your opportunity is right around the corner!

Save this date, January 20, , from 5: Stargazing at Bosque on December 15! Celebrate the New Mexico evening stars and end of finals by joining Mr. Scuderi for a stargazing event on Wood Field on Thursday, December 15 at 7 p. Several telescopes will be available, including a newly donated Meade 10" telescope.

Shop Local and Support Bosque School. Do you have any more holiday shopping to do? Do you like to support local businesses? Bosque School students and faculty gave new meaning to the "Mannequin Challenge. In the summer portion of the Horizons program, the students learn to paint with Kelly Jo during a class field trip.

Now, you can too! Just in time for the holidays we invite you to join us for a painting class with Kelly Jo to benefit Horizons Students Give Thanks with Mannequin Challenge.

To see their Mannequin Challenge click here. If you want in on the action, make your Ann Continuing the work outlined in previous years, we want to keep the Diversity Task Force going strong. We need parent representatives from the middle and upper schools who are willing to support and make a difference in the lives of our students and I Need Some Advice: Opening Gratitude Circle 8: Grandparent Day… Only Days Away.

The Annual Fund is a vital part of Bosque School. It provides books to help our students engage their imaginations and develop an appreciation for literature and history. It provides art supplies to fuel the creative minds of our students.

Maybe it inspired you or educated you Be a Greeter at Grandparent Day. Grandparent Day will be held on Tuesday, November Each year, more than treasured grandparents visit the campus to spend time with their grand-students. We invite you to welcome them at the registration desk or to assist with photo sessio Looking for Science Coaches and Young Scientists. Science Olympiad is upon us. We hope to continue our great success of the past few years and will have record numbers of student participating this year.

The regional competition is in January, but work has already begun on projects in various scienc Please join our amazing Faculty, Staff, and Board of Trustees as we kick off our community-wide Annual Fund giving campaign. What do you and your c Volunteer for Grandparents Day. Grandparent Day is on Tuesday, November 22! Volunteering for this day is a great way to be a part of this intergenerational Bosque tradition. If you are interested in assisting with setup, the reception, or photography stations, please complete Launch a Passion for Learning.

Every day at Bosque School, we witness the impact project-based learning has on our students. One project can change the way a student looks at a subject and can spark a lifetime passion. You Are the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is a yearly effort to raise funds to support Bosque School. Whether your student enjoys the arts, science, literature, or sports, you can further their interests by making a gift to the Annual Fund today.

If you attended las Did you get your books? Our library was full of excitement this past week. The Scholastic Book Fair was a great success. Imaginations and wonder were evident in the library as students browsed, shared, and bought books.

In addition to raising funds to purchase books for our Please join us next week for this New Mexico premiere. Boyd will speak about her work and the 50 State Sonata Proj The Pink Panther Strikes Again.

The Pink Panther Strikes Again! Friday, October 21—Wednesday, October 26, from 8: October 16—October 29; proceeds benefit the school. See It in the Classroom. Visit the classrooms and observe how 3D printers, Chromebooks, compasses, the climbing wall, and more provide materials to explore their academic pursuits. More than people filled Sanchez Park to experience excellent musical entertainment from seven different acts and the opportunity to dunk Billy, other staff members, students, and Students, faculty, and staff were invited to a great performance.

Discover Your Inner Scientist. Same Road - New Name. We Love Our Grandparents. This past Monday, physics teacher Louis Sc Enjoy live music, games, silent auc Meet our Newest Bobcat, Hadleigh! One Opportunity can Make all the Difference. Congratulations to 6th Grade Art Teacher, Mr. The boys took home the trophy for the overall team championship and in doubles. Senior Service Learning Symposium Roundup. This year's final school-wide service learning campaign supports newly arrived refugees!

Bosque School and Rio Rancho H. On Friday morning, April 15, fourteen upper school service learning groups and seven individual students will engage in community projects around Albuquerque and on campus. All projects support existing long-term service partnerships, as well as thes April 15, , is shaping up to be a dynamic day on campus. Upper school students will take part in Service Learning projects around the city and campus, then on to Spirit Day festivities to end their Spirit Week celebration.

Our middle school stude College Acceptances are Rolling In for the Class of At that same time, he learned that many mature cotto In an effort to prevent thousands of pounds of old, unused electronics from ending up in landfills, as well as offering awareness about the environment and proper ways to recycle electronics, Matt Fike and Curt Bland, our Bosque Technology Department Please join us Wednesday, March 16 at 6: Electronics Recycling Event Saturday, February 27 Bosque School Turns 20 Years Old.

Startup Teen Albuquerque Weekend Art and Science Collide. Bittersweet Send Off into the New Year. Thanksgiving Feast Food Drive for Vets. Eat at Tomato Cafe on Sunday, September 20 from 5: Click here to print the flyer. Act Series Begins September Chromebooks in the Classroom.

In the school year, Bosque introduced Chromebooks to the classrooms. Chromebooks are low-cost computers designed to run the Chrome browser and any applications that are compatible with the Chrome browser. All documents created using a Chromeb Parents in the Classroom. Preparing for a Year of Reading Buddies.

Act Dates Announced. Remember that practice can improve your score and make you feel more confident. There are many excellent resources lis Faculty and Staff Orientation. From the Classroom to the Community: Service Learning is in full swing. On Monday, upper school students listened to 15 one-minute presentations representing a wide variety of issues, to help students choose which group to join this year. On Tuesday, students milled around Cummins' Writing Seminar students.

The Moth , a non-profit organization committe Joe Sena has spent much of his life coaching basketball. In , he was tasked with creating and managing the Bernalillo County Film Office, where he serve When asked why she chose to audition for this role, Science in Spanish Symposium. During the Symposium , students learn about Nearly 10, math educators gathered from across the country and beyond to participate in a wi Reading Friends on Campus.

Students spent time reading in the library, touring the midd South Korean Visitors on Campus. A traveling delegation of South Korean educators and environmental professionals visited BEMP last Friday to learn more about citizen science monitoring programs. The group is traveling across the U. Read the story here! The goal is to The awards honor outstanding achievements in waste reduction and pollution prevention, energy conservation, environmental education and outreach In some parts of the country, military, navy and federal police forces have been deployed to combat organized crime and improve security conditions.

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Dress down and avoid wearing expensive jewelry. Foreigners have been targets of robberies that sometimes involve assault. Robbers will follow a victim after they exchange or withdraw money at airports, currency exchange bureaus casas de cambio and automated banking machines ABMs.

Avoid withdrawing or exchanging money in public areas of the airport. If you must make a financial transaction at the airport, ensure only small amounts are involved and make the transaction within the customs area. Only withdraw or exchange money at ABMs or exchange bureaus during the day or inside reputable financial institutions, hotels and malls; avoid street-side withdrawals and exchanges.

This will help you avoid card skimming i. Always hide the keypad when entering your personal identification number, even if nobody else is around. Keep your credit card in sight when paying for goods and services.

Canadians have been robbed on buses, usually at night. Keep an eye on your luggage, money and personal documents at all times. Foreigners have been physically and sexually assaulted. In some cases, hotel employees, taxi drivers and security personnel at popular tourist destinations were involved. Ensure your accommodations have adequate security features such as cameras and security guards with radios , as not all resorts offer the same level of security.

Avoid walking after dark, especially alone, and avoid deserted or under-populated areas. Only go to bars and nightclubs in a group and avoid separating from the group. Avoid excessive alcohol consumption, and do not accept invitations or rides from strangers or recent acquaintances, as these can make you a more vulnerable target for criminals.

In cases of sexual assault, police authorities will order a medical examination. Female travellers should exercise caution when dealing with strangers or recent acquaintances.

Consult our publication entitled Her Own Way: Be wary of accepting snacks, beverages, gum or cigarettes from new acquaintances or strangers, including taxi drivers, as the items may contain drugs that could put you at risk of sexual assault and robbery. Some travellers have reported getting sick or even blacking out after drinking alcohol in some resort locations, as alcohol served may be unregulated. While Mexican authorities have put mechanisms in place in an attempt to control unregulated alcohol, counterfeit alcohol could still be served in bars, restaurants and resorts.

Be cautious if you choose to drink alcohol and seek medical assistance if you begin to feel sick. Mexico has one of the highest kidnapping rates in the world. Kidnappers target both the wealthy and middle class. Foreigners are not specifically targeted but may be if perceived as being wealthy. Thieves most commonly work in cooperation with, or pose as, taxi drivers. They force victims to use their debit or credit card to withdraw money from ABMs in exchange for their release. To reduce your risk of becoming a victim, only use the taxi services located at major hotels or call a reputable taxi company, do not show signs of affluence and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Gangs and other criminals throughout Mexico also commonly commit virtual kidnapping. When the family members cannot reach their loved one in Mexico, they assume that the person has been kidnapped.

Perpetrators use various means of gathering information about potential victims, including using social media sites or eavesdropping on conversations. Do not discuss travel plans, your room number or any other personal information within earshot of strangers.

Do not divulge personal business details to strangers in person or over the phone, especially when using hotel phones. Hotel guests are targeted in a scam where hotel staff are complicit in the virtual kidnapping crime.

If you are threatened or harassed on the phone, hang up immediately. Scam artists have also gathered information on luggage tags in hotel lobbies and later convinced guests to give them their contact information in Canada. Afterward, the scammers have called parents of travelling Canadians to report that their child has been detained or hospitalized and have requested that money be wired to Mexico.

If this occurs, parents or friends should request the name and note the number of the caller and report the call to local police in Canada. Legitimate police officers have extorted money from tourists or arrested tourists for minor offences or traffic violations. If this occurs, do not hand over your money or your passport.

Demonstrations occur regularly throughout the country. Such incidents may last a long time, leading to shortages of fresh food, medicine and gasoline, as well as interruption of inter-city bus transportation. Avoid large gatherings, which could erupt in violence at any time. Foreigners are forbidden from participating in political demonstrations. Offenders may be detained, deported and denied re-entry into Mexico. Monitor local media reports for up-to-date information and follow the advice of local authorities.

Mexican driving styles and road safety standards are very different from those in Canada. Police do not regularly patrol the highways.

Drivers do not observe speed limits, indicate lane changes or stop at red lights. Pedestrians should be extremely cautious at all times. Fatal hit-and-run accidents occur. Road conditions vary and can be poor in some areas. Dangerous curves, poorly marked or hidden road signs, construction sites, roaming livestock, slow-moving or abandoned vehicles and other obstacles pose hazards. Avoid road travel at night between cities throughout the country.

Toll cuota highways are typically safer and better maintained than secondary highways. Overnight, ensure that you only stop in major centres, at reputable hotels or at secure campsites. At all times, keep your car doors locked and the windows rolled up, especially at traffic lights, where you can be a target for thieves.

Do not leave valuables in the vehicle. Rent cars that do not have stickers or other advertisements for the rental company on them so that your vehicle blends in with those of the general population. The military searches for drugs and firearms at military checkpoints throughout the country.

Remain calm and cooperate. In case of an emergency, dial or 01 toll free in Mexico. Ensure that the insurance coverage on your credit card is sufficient. Mexican liability insurance is mandatory.

Avoid hailing taxis on the street. Use reputable taxis companies, such as online transportation companies, hotel taxis or taxis based at designated stands sitios. You can also hire a taxi from a reputable online transportation network company.

Although public transportation is relatively safe, be vigilant in airports, at bus stations and on buses. The Mexico City metro is often very crowded and a popular place for pickpocketing. There are metro cars located at the front of the trains dedicated to women and children during rush hours only. Avoid travelling late at night and during rush hour, if possible, and exercise caution at all times. When travelling to other cities, use bus companies that offer first or executive class transportation.

These buses only travel on toll roads, which lowers the risks of targeted roadblocks and robberies. For longer distances, fly whenever possible. We do not make assessments on the compliance of foreign domestic airlines with international safety standards. General information about foreign domestic airlines. Ensure that the recreational activities you choose are covered by your travel insurance and that sporting and aquatic equipment is safe and in good condition, especially for scuba diving.

Many operators do not conduct regular safety checks. Canadians have been involved in accidents where operators of recreational vehicles, such as watercrafts, have demanded compensation exceeding the value of the damage caused to the vehicle or equipment.

The number of moped and scooter accidents involving tourists is increasing. Avoid renting from operators who do not provide insurance or a helmet. Strong currents and undertow are common on many of Mexico's beaches, and drownings of Canadians have occurred. Take posted warnings about swimming conditions seriously and familiarize yourself with the beach flagging system.

Many beaches do not offer warnings of dangerous conditions or are not sufficiently supervised by lifeguards. Beach resort lifeguards may not always be prepared for emergencies. When in doubt, consult hotel staff or local authorities. Storm swells known locally as mar de fondo generally occur on the west coast of Mexico between May and November and can result in one- to four-metre high waves.

The period of unusually high waves can last for several hours or days. Avoid swimming in the ocean, walking on the beach and practicing any water sports when a mar de fondo alert is issued by local authorities. Follow the instructions of lifeguards and civil protection authorities, and withdraw all small vessels from the sea and safeguard them. Monitor local news sources on a regular basis to learn about events that could affect your personal safety. Leave your itinerary and contact information with friends or family in Canada.

Exercise caution when standing close to balcony railings, as falls have resulted in deaths and injuries. Height standards for balcony railings in Mexico can be considerably lower than those in Canada. Every country or territory decides who can enter or exit through its borders. We have obtained the information on this page from the Mexican authorities.

It can, however, change at any time. Verify this information with foreign diplomatic missions and consulates in Canada. Before you travel, check with your transportation company about passport requirements. Your passport must be valid for the expected duration of your stay in Mexico, even if you are a dual citizen.

Different entry rules may apply when travelling with a temporary passport or an emergency travel document. Before you leave, check with the closest diplomatic mission for your destination.

Foreigners involved in unauthorized activities will be expelled. Consult the Embassy of Mexico in Canada for more information. Canadians travelling to the northern border zone within 21 kilometres of the U. You should apply for your visa yourself. If a prospective employer is processing your business or work visa for you, obtain copies of all correspondence between the employer and Mexican immigration authorities, and verify that these copies are stamped by the immigration authorities as proof that your papers are being processed.

You should also request a receipt from your employer for any document your Canadian passport, for example that you provide for purposes of obtaining the visa.

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