• Living in Delta, B.C.
    Living in Delta, B.C.

    Delta is the largest municipality of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Located at the delta of the Fraser River and having rich soils and water, Delta is one of the most important agricultural areas in Metro Vancouver.

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  • Living in Edmonton, Alberta
    Living in Edmonton, Alberta

    Edmonton is the capital of Alberta and the second largest city in the province by population. It lies on the North Saskatchewan River and is the centre of the Edmonton Capital Region, which is located in Central Alberta.

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Fort McMurray



  • Living in Hamilton, Ontario
    Living in Hamilton, Ontario

    The City of Hamilton is the centre of a densely populated region at the west end of Lake Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe. The southern part of the city includes the Niagara Escarpment, which Hamiltonians call “the mountain.”

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  • Living in London, Ontario
    Living in London, Ontario

    Midway between Detroit and Toronto, London is at the heart of Southwestern Ontario. As the sixth-largest city in Ontario and Canada’s 10th largest city, London serves as a regional hub for surrounding communities.  To newcomers the city offers affordable housing, … Continue reading

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  • Living in Niagara, Ontario
    Living in Niagara, Ontario

    The Niagara Region is known for more than just its majestic waterfalls; it’s becoming a much-desired place to settle, particularly for newcomers. The region even has a dedicated website to promote immigrant settlement.

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  • Living in Ottawa, Ontario
    Living in Ottawa, Ontario

    #canadiancities #canadascapital #rideaucanal #ottawa #ottawatourism #ottawainstagram A photo posted by Prepare For Canada (@prepare4canada) on Jun 22, 2016 at 9:50am PDT Ottawa is a proud multicultural city and reflects the rich cultures and traditions of both English and French Canada.

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Prince George





  • Living in Surrey, B.C.
    Living in Surrey, B.C.

    Surrey is the second largest city by population in British Columbia after Vancouver.  It is located only 23 kilometres from Vancouver Centre and offers more affordable housing than the B.C. capital.

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Thunder Bay

  • Living in Thunder Bay, Ontario
    Living in Thunder Bay, Ontario

      Thunder Bay is the capital of Northwestern Ontario and offers a relaxing, natural atmosphere with lively urban space, making it one of the most diverse places to live, learn, work, do business and play.

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  • Living in Toronto, Ontario
    Living in Toronto, Ontario

    #newtocanada #toronto #cdnimm #newcomers #canadiancities A photo posted by Prepare For Canada (@prepare4canada) on May 9, 2016 at 10:30am PDT The City of Toronto is one of the top destinations for newcomers to Canada. That’s not surprising as it’s … Continue reading

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  • Living in Vancouver, B.C.
    Living in Vancouver, B.C.

    The City of Vancouver is one of the top destinations for newcomers to Canada, particularly from the Asia-Pacific Region. That’s not surprising as it’s considered one of the most beautiful, liveable cities in Canada and the world , thanks to … Continue reading

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  • Living in Winnipeg
    Living in Winnipeg

    Winnipeg is the capital city of Manitoba and the largest city in the province. Over the past decade the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program brought to Canada immigrants in record numbers and Winnipeg became home to more than 60,000 newcomers.

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York Region

  • Living in York Region, Ontario
    Living in York Region, Ontario

    The Regional Municipality of York, known also as York Region, is part of the Greater Toronto Area and the Inner Ring of the Golden Horseshoe. It is a confederation of 9 municipalities:

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