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Canadian's in a Common-Law Relationship

Good Morning Forum,

The Facts:

* We are both Canadian (Although, by descent I'm considered to be a "former Danish citizen", through my father - not that it really matters)
* My girlfriend and I are currently residing in Switzerland.
* I have applied for and received an L permit
* She has a B permit (the open-ended sort, renewable every year for 5 years).
* We have been living together for 2 years in a common-law relationship.
* We don't want to get married in Switzerland (yet )

Is there anyway for me to get a permit that would allow me to work, or open a business in Switzerland - or both, through the fact that my partner has one?

Am I allowed to take an unpaid internship within Switzerland?

Am I allowed to do volunteer work within Switzerland?

Am I allowed to attend a University within Switzerland?

If I had a Canadian business, would I be allowed to continue running my Canadian business while residing in Switzerland with an L permit?

Thanks in advance!
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