Syrian refugees who left the civil war in their country to live in safety have experienced a significant milestone. They have reached the three-year residency requirement and are now eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship. Three years ago, Prime Minister Trudeau welcomed the wave of newcomers with warm clothing and an invite to become a Read More
It may be surprising, but the two demographics of all Canadians that are the happiest are women over 70 and teenage boys. Of course, this is probably the only things they have in common, but these two reached the top of the list as those living in Canada with the most personal happiness. The academic Read More
Toronto is a very multicultural city where almost 100,000 people relocate to the area yearly, according to Census data. Most of those moving in are from another country. Southeast Asian, Caribbean, and Chinese communities are large and have an influence on the culture of the city, but there are also Torontonians from just about every Read More
Montreal has over 40 international museums filled with treasures from contemporary art to the Old Masters. There is something for everyone, no matter the age, from Ancient Egyptian mummies at the Redpath Museum to a Gorgosaurus dinosaur. The Musee des Beaux Arts de Montreal houses the breathtaking Napoleon collection. If you are considering relocating to Read More
The New York Times released its 2017 ranking of the top 52 places to visit. Canada was named the number one country to travel to in 2017. Several reasons were listed for Canada being number one. The country has spectacular scenery to be enjoyed by all. There are more than 200 national parks, marine conservation Read More
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Shaira Oyando, a newly recognized Canadian, is excited to learn about Indigenous peoples’ history in Canada. She relocated to Canada five years ago, and in November of 2016, she and her family officially became Canadian citizens. The Government House hosted the ceremony where 20 newcomers were welcomed to the country.
Four cities in Canada were named in the top 25 best places in the world for quality of life. Out of the 450 cities evaluated, Montreal was ranked #23, Ottawa #18, Toronto #16, and Vancouver was ranked #5. A well-known international human resource firm, Mercer, released the data from the 2017 Mercer Quality of Life Read More