Live & Work in Canada
A strong job marketplace
The country has the most stable economy and banking system in the world. Jobs in Canada are plentiful and the country provides numerous job opportunities for qualified and skilled migrants. International talent is needed by Canadian companies to fill jobs in a range of exciting occupations, due to an on-going labour shortage. We have a great variety of employment opportunities available for experienced financial accountants and engineers.
The most beautiful landscapes in the world
If you love being outdoors, it is pretty much paradise. Adventure is practically Canada’s middle name: they have amazing surf and world-class mountain bike trails… and seeing polar bears and beavers will become part of your routine. Canada also has a low population density – its population that could fit in the State of California!
A great place to raise a family
Canada spends more on Education than any industrialized nation, with safe and secure communities. Canada’s crime rates are extremely low. In addition to that, the country offers the longest Maternity Leave. New Canadian mothers can take up to 52 weeks of unpaid leave from their jobs. Additionally, Canada’s employment insurance provides 15 weeks of paid leave for mothers, plus 35 additional weeks for either mothers or fathers after the child is adopted or born, at 55% pay, up to a payment maximum of roughly $485 a week.
Incredible cities and healthy lifestyle
Many expats decide to relocate to Canada so they can enjoy the high standard of living found in Canadian cities. In recent years, the Economist Intelligence Unit has ranked Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary among the top five “most liveable cities” in the world, out of the 140 cities evaluated around the globe. And with so much natural beauty so readily available across Canada, you can find thousands of fun sporting activities to practice: hiking, camping, backpacking, fishing, kayaking…
Expatriate friendly country
Approximately 20% of Canada’s 35 million people are foreign-born, which makes Canada one of the world’s most multicultural countries. In Toronto, the largest city, almost half of all residents are expats, plus there are significant communities in many other Canadian cities and towns. The diversity of Canada’s population has helped to make Canadian residents very welcoming to new arrivals and the government invests millions of dollars every year to help these newcomers settle into their new lives and to ensure that all new migrants can benefit from the high quality of life.