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The school system in Quebec

When moving to a new country as a family, the schooling for your children is as important as finding employment and deciding where to settle. Fortunately, Canada is internationally ranked as a leader in education and there are plenty of educational opportunities for families. For newcomers to Quebec, here is [...]

The School System in British Columbia (B.C.)

When moving to a new country as a family, schooling for your children is as important as finding employment and deciding where to settle. Fortunately, Canada is internationally ranked as a leader in education and there are plenty of educational opportunities for families. For newcomers to British Columbia (B.C.), here [...]

The school system in Ontario

When moving to a new country as a family, the schooling for your children is as important as finding employment and deciding where to settle. Fortunately, Canada is internationally ranked as a leader in education and there are plenty of educational opportunities for families. For newcomers to Ontario, here is [...]

ImmigrationStudyingApril 22, 2021

How to move to Canada from Hong Kong

Hong Kongers have a variety of immigration options to move to Canada. In addition to the traditional routes, the government of Canada has announced several new initiatives to help more Hong Kong residents immigrate to Canada. In this article: Study permit Permanent Residency: Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP), and [...]

CareerImmigrationStudyingFebruary 4, 2021

How to get your credentials assessed for moving to Canada

Last updated: April 26, 2022 In February 2022, Canada announced an increase in annual immigration targets and is set to welcome approximately 1.32 million newcomers between 2022 and 2024 through various immigration streams. If you’ve been thinking about moving to Canada as a permanent resident or a student, there has never [...]

Bringing your culture to life in Canada

From an interview with Lan Nguyen.   Eighteen years ago, Lan Nguyen was attending Hanoi-Amsterdam high school in Hanoi, Vietnam. She is an only child and had no intention of leaving her family, her home and the life she knew. One day her parents announced that she would be going [...]

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