Canadian Immigrants moving to Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton is becoming a popular immigration destination for its diverse population, small-town feel with big city amenities. It has a University, growing population and other attractions while keeping its small town charm. 

According to the Edmonton Journal, almost 80,000 people moved to Edmonton in 2011. That is a very large number . Edmonton, a western city in Canada, is where the jobs and growth are. In the past, Ontario was the economic hub of Canada. It still is but that is changing. Western cities like Calgary and Edmonton are attracting businesses and skilled labor due to more favourable tax rates, diverse cultures and of course, oil related employment opportunities.

We are finding more and more people are asking us about immigration to Edmonton, Alberta. Our Edmonton immigration services have never been busier.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

3 thoughts on “Canadian Immigrants moving to Edmonton, Alberta

  1. Mansoor khan

    When USA is going to help Afghan reels ? When ?

  2. Jake

    I agree! I love Edmonton. It has grown a lot and it’s lost a bit of its small town feel, but I still love it. My father worked as a lawyer while I was growing up and really was a small town.

  3. Ginger Sanders

    Thank you so much for posting this! I’m glad to know that someone really understands what edmonton lawyers go through. It’s a tough world out there, but they stick it out every day.


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