[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Jennifer Basu wanted to sponsor a refugee, but knew it would take several years to make it happen. She was happy to hear about money being donated for the cause, and within two months she was able to bring a refugee from the Middle East to Canada. Basu, along with a group of friends welcomed […]
Andres Sanchez Vasco wanted to study in an immigrant-friendly country, where he and his wife could legally live and work while pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. With those criteria in mind, Canada ranked at the top of his list. When comparing other countries, the welcoming rules that allow postsecondary students to work […]
Canada experienced the most substantial increase in decades by growing more than half a million people over the past year. Preliminary estimates were released by Statistics Canada that showed Canada’s population reached 37.1 million on July 1, 2018, an increase of 518,588 from one year earlier, making it the biggest gain since 1957. The 1.4 […]
This city has long been one of the most highly-regarded places to live in Canada. There is an abundant amount of opportunity in the Vancouver area, making it a great place to be located financially.
This report tracks countries and their happiness level and consistently shows that colder-climate countries are at the top of the list.
Choosing to move to a new country can be terrifying. You’re taking a leap of faith that you’ll be successful locating a place to live, meeting new people to become your family away from home, and finding a job to support yourself and your family in your new endeavor.
Living in Canada means taking part in their pastimes, and one of their main ones is skiing. This pastime is one that most new Canadian residents embrace.
Heather and Robin Vargas spent their new year moving to Halifax, Canada all the way from Charleston, South Carolina. They began talking about moving to Canada on the night that Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.