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Destination Canada – All The things You Need To Know If You’re Emigrating To North America

Thursday February 16, 2017 (17:10:23)
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Sprawling forests, epic mountains, glass lakes, tumbling rivers and sunny cities are just some of the reasons why Canada’s landscape is so fantastic. The country is sparsely populated with friendly locals and there are plenty of French speaking regions to give you a chance to flex your language skills. Canada spans 9,984,670km and is so large it has six time zones, not to mention laying claim to the world’s longest coastline with a distance of 202,080km.   more ...

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Canada - Recommended Social Media Accounts

Friday February 03, 2017 (16:32:44)
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At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Canada and some of the social media accounts you should be following if you’re thinking of moving there.   more ...

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An American Expat Guide To Buying Property In Canada

Monday January 30, 2017 (15:39:14)
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Canada is a modern and well-developed country that offers a diverse lifestyle. It is the second largest country in the world, and has always been a magnet for immigrants from different parts of the world.

It is easy for expats to buy property in Canada, especially for those who will be living in the country long-term. Canada has a favourable policy for foreign property ownership.   more ...

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Canadian Government Launches Global Skills Strategy For Incoming Expats

Monday January 23, 2017 (18:18:41)
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We’ve written before about how Canada has thrown its doors wide open, welcoming expats, immigrants and refugees with warmth and the promise of a better life.

Canada’s policies are in sharp contrast to those of other nations around the world. The USA, UK, Australia and countries across Europe are bending to populist policies, often contravening their own constitutions, in order to batten down the hatches and make it harder for new arrivals to establish themselves a new home.   more ...

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An Expat Guide To The Indigenous Peoples Of Canada

Thursday December 15, 2016 (20:17:43)

The term ‘indigenous people in Canada’ refers to three categories of peoples – First Nations, Inuit and Métis. The indigenous or aboriginal people are the ones who originally inhabited the territory that is now Canada. The population of Aboriginal people living in communities across the country was over 1.8 million in 2011. The history of these people dates back to before the arrival of European settlers. Parts of their history were also extinguished by colonial powers.   more ...

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Expats And The Canadian Wilderness - Here's What You Need To Know

Friday November 04, 2016 (14:51:32)

Canada has a rich wilderness heritage. The country’s remote northern region and vast forests are home to various species of wildlife such as bears, wolves, deer and mountain lions. Canada’s lakes and rivers, which are home to a number of species of fish, contain nearly 20 percent of all the fresh water on the earth. In the south lie the prairies, which are the habitat of animals such as bison and pronghorn antelope.   more ...

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Looking To Relocate From The USA To Canada? Here's How

Friday August 12, 2016 (15:39:15)
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The US and Canada are two of the largest and most developed nations in the world. They are friendly neighbors that share a large border. The Niagara Falls is on the border of both the nations. Living next to one of the greatest superpowers in world is bound to have its pros and cons, but every year, many people from the US move to its “northern suburb” for various reasons.   more ...

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A Guide To Buying A House In Canada

Monday July 25, 2016 (12:33:10)

There’s a lot to love about Canada. The world’s second largest country is home to a vast, pristine wilderness of rugged woodlands, snow capped peaks and glittering lakes. The cities too have a lot to offer, with a vibrant cultural scene and a booming jobs market.

On top of that, Canada enjoys some of the best quality of life anywhere in the world, supported by universal healthcare, excellent public healthcare and a population famous for its friendliness.   more ...

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A Brief Guide To Canadian Start-Up Visas

Friday July 22, 2016 (14:14:07)
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Any time expats meet, be it in bars, the workplace or online, conversation will inevitably turn to the same subject: visas.

The visa is the ticket to a life overseas. It doesn’t matter if you have the job, the house and an account full of local money; without that slip of paper in your passport, your stay is little more than a holiday.   more ...

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Canada - Recommended Blogs

Saturday April 30, 2016 (12:49:27)

At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Canada and some of the blogs that might be useful for expats there.

Eat. Live. Travel. Write.
http://www.eatlivetravelwrite.com/

Now calling Toronto home, Australian Mardi somehow manages to fit in a full-time job teaching French, running cooking classes for young lads, contributing freelance foodie articles and teaching French pastry techniques.   more ...