RESETTLING AND LIVING IN CANADA
The desire to experience a rich and unique life
Holidaymakers, students and workers welcome
Whether it’s trekking past Niagara Falls, encountering elks, diving in the great outdoors, every trip to Canada brings its share of powerful and unforgettable experiences. If you’re a planning to enroll in a Canadian university, you should know that, although you still have to do your part when it comes to finding the right curriculum, attending global exam sessions and locate the right funding for your studies, studying in Canada has never been more accessible! For professionals, applying for a work permit, extending a work permit or hiring a foreign worker are all within reach!
Plan a trip to Quebec, “La belle province”
Banff National Park
Guided tour of one of Canada's oldest national parks.
Be awed the beauty of the famous Niagara Falls.
Toronto's CN Tower
Landmark and one of the tallest buildings in the world.
LEARN MORE ABOUT LIFE IN CANADA!
Everything you need to know to lead a fulfilling life in Canada and the most important services to help you throughout your stay. Learn about our tips finding a job, enrolling in a school, getting a driver’s license, signing for an insurance, and adjusting to life in Canada.
Studying in Canada
Studies in Canada is studying in a country where education is one of the best in the world. Here, we highlight for you the steps you need to take to complete your studies in Canada, the choice of universities, visa, insurance, and scholarships.
Working in Canada
Get information on job search techniques and labor standards in the country. Find about the best ways to get a job, the workplace culture, employment insurance and other financial aid while working there. Our articles cover them all.
Staying in Canada
Whether it’s for a solo trip, a romantic trip or a family trip. A, here is an overview of the documents you’ll need and the necessary requirements to legally enter Canada, regardless of the reason for your trip.
NORTHERN LIGHTS FROM THE FAR NORTH
It is possible to observe the aurora borealis 1 to 3 times every 30 days at low altitudes such as Montreal and Quebec City.
Low altitudes such as Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa rely on solar flares to have boreal shows 1 to 3 times a month.
Adapting to life in Canada as a foreigner
Canada is a proud multicultural country. Accordingly, it is difficult to speak of a single culture when talking about this country. Canada’s culture is a melting pot of different cultures from all over the world. The best way to adapt to Canadian life is to remain open to new experiences and new encounters. This is, in any case, the best advice to follow when you’re an expatriate!
Credentials established outside Canada should be properly evaluated.
You can apply for health care online or by mail.
Learn about Canadian currency and means of payment.
Thanksgiving in Canada: recommendations and advice
Canadians do not work on Thanksgiving. This particular day is a holiday. They usually take a short Fall vacation and bake a stuffed turkey with cranberry sauce on that day.