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 Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan offers all newcomers a high quality of life, a strong sense of community, and employment opportunities, making it a great place for you and your family to call home.

 

  Québec

Québec is the largest province in Canada. Its territory represents 15.5 per cent of the surface area of Canada and totals more than 1.5 million km2. Québec shares borders with Ontario,  and Newfoundland. The province also neighbours on four American states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York.

 

 Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the Canada’s smallest province located on the east coast of North America. This is the ideal place to study, live, work and raise a family.PEI offers rewarding career opportunities and a business community that is supportive of entrepreneurs. Students come to PEI from more than 60 countries to experience first-rate education. Our higher education programs are meeting the demands for a skilled workforce with industry-specific programs and degrees in diverse fields.

PEI’s population is growing. New people are coming to the province, bringing new ideas and possibilities and contributing to our social and economic fabric.

 Ontario

Ontario has a strong, diversified economy, with many kinds of work and many different industries. Most immigrants come to Ontario because of the opportunities offered here. Our people are our greatest asset, and we welcome the talent and energy that newcomers bring to our province. In return, we offer opportunities and a quality of life that are second to none.

 

 Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia offers a quality of life that is disappearing in much of North America, allowing its residents to keep everything in perspective: work, family, relaxation and responsibility.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labradoris home to four of these World Heritage Sites, and no visit to the province would be complete without making it to at least one of them – and maybe you can collect the set. UNESCO has identified sites all over the world that are of outstanding natural and cultural significance.

 

  New Brunswick 

New Brunswick is the largest of Canada’s three Maritime provinces.

It is located under Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula and beside the State of Maine.

New Brunswick was one of the first provinces, along with Ontario,Québec and Nova Scotia, to join together to form the Dominion ofCanada in 1867.  New Brunswick has experienced immigration on a smaller scale from all over the world, and today boasts a varied and increasingly multicultural population.

 

 Manitoba

Manitoba offers all newcomers a high quality of life, a strong sense of community, and employment opportunities, making it a great place for you and your family to call home.

 

  British Columbia

British Columbia is the kingdom of abundance. Where glaciated mountains stand over an unruly Pacific. Rainforests wrap cities. Nature shapes culture. The wild breathing life back into the wild within.

 

  Alberta

’Alberta’s rural communities are friendly and accommodating. Many offer the same services and facilities (hospitals, schools, recreation centres and parks) you would find in larger cities, while also offering a relaxed pace of life.

Newfoundland & Labrador

Prince Edward Island