Life in Canada as an Immigrant

The latest Canada immigration news and updates on living in Canada as an immigrant including on how new immigrants to Canada adapt. Moving to Canada can be a hard adjustment to a new life, job, neighborhood, language, currency, and culture but here are the latest stories on life in Canada as a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident, or visitor. Canada living can be quite different than your home country but sometimes thats the best part of Canada, it is unlike any other country!

Ontario for New Immigrants: Living Like a Local

July 17, 2018 /

What It’s Like to Live in Ontario for Newcomers Canada’s most popular destination for newcomers, Ontario is the country’s most populous province, home more than 13,650,000 people. It is also the second-largest province in the country by land area. The province is located in central Canada. Although it doesn’t have the luxury of being by a coastline, […]

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What It’s Like to Live in Saskatchewan as a Newcomer

July 9, 2018 /

Saskatchewan has been called the “land of the living skies” for its beautiful sunrises and colorful skies, and is known for its lakes and natural beauty. What you may not know, however, is what a diverse, lively, and unique place to live it really is. From a vibrant arts and culture scene, to its many provincial […]

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Top Questions and Answers About Canada Legalizing Weed

June 29, 2018 /

After October 17, 2018 Canada will be legalizing recreational marijuana use. The bill will allow Canadian provinces to control and regulate how marijuana can be grown, distributed and sold. Canada is the second country to legalize weed national wide, just behind Uruguay who legalized marijuana in 2017. Trudeau made legalizing cannabis part of his campaign platform […]

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Alberta for New Immigrants: Living Like a Local

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What It’s Like to Live in Alberta as a Newcomer The province of Alberta has a little bit of everything: from mountains and lakes, to arts and culture. The two largest cities in the province are Calgary and Edmonton, however Alberta is filled with smaller cities and towns each with something special to offer. Throughout […]

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Manitoba for Immigrants: Live Like a Local

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What It’s Like to Live in Manitoba as a Newcomer Located in the heart of Canada between Ontario and Saskatchewan, Manitoba is one of the three prairie provinces. The landscape of Manitoba varies from lakes and rivers, to mountains, forests, and prairies. It holds a great deal of protected wilderness with over 80 provincial parks, […]

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New Brunswick for Immigrants: Living Like a Local

May 29, 2018 /

What It’s Like to Live in New Brunswick for Newcomers There are many reasons to move to New Brunswick (NB). Some immigrants choose to live New Brunswick to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. Others move because of our healthcare and our education systems. Still, others choose New Brunswick to be minutes away from […]

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British Columbia for New Immigrants: Living Like a Local

May 24, 2018 /

What It’s Like to Live in British Columbia for Newcomers The province of British Columbia is Canada’s westernmost province! Internationally known for its remarkable natural beauty (there are six national parks), British Columbia is home to more than 4.6 million people. The most populous city in the province is Vancouver, Canada’s third largest city, with a population nearing 2.5 million. […]

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Prince Edward Island for Immigrants: Living Like a Local

May 23, 2018 /

What It’s Like to Live in Prince Edward Island for Newcomers The hustle and bustle of cities are nothing you have to worry about in Prince Edward Island. Living in PEI gives you the small town feel, absolutely no rush hour, short drives to everything needed, low crime rates and great quality of education. As Canada’s […]

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Newfoundland and Labrador for New Immigrants: Living Like a Local

May 22, 2018 /

What It’s Like to Live in Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador is especially known for being very friendly. Majority of the people here are known for their creativity, unique language, and being warm and welcoming. Since this province is located on the edge of North America, the population tends to be somewhat isolated from the […]

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Living in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia for New Immigrants: Living Like a Local

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What It’s Like to Live in Nova Scotia for Newcomers The province of Nova Scotia sometimes takes a back seat to the bigger provinces of Canada like Quebec and Ontario but residents prefer it this way! Whether you prefer the energy and culture of a city or the slower pace of a rural living, Nova […]

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