Your Countdown to Canada is on: are you ready?
As a newcomer, your first few months in Canada will set the groundwork for your future. In addition to completing essential tasks like getting a Social Insurance Number (SIN) and finding accommodation, you’ll also need to familiarize yourself with Canada’s financial system, job market, and culture.
Before moving to Canada as a permanent resident, there are many things you should plan for in advance to make your transition seamless. What is the cost of living in your city in Canada? How do you find rental accommodation? How do you build your credit score? And most importantly, how can you find a suitable job in Canada?
Join Clem Leveau-Vallier (Head of Marketing, Arrive) as she helps you prepare for your first 100 days in Canada. We’ll cover all aspects of life as a newcomer, including opening a bank account and building your credit history, renting a home in your chosen city, adapting to life in Canada, preparing for your job search, and finding suitable employment in Canada.
You’ll learn about:
- Planning your finances, budgeting and banking
- Key tasks for your first week in Canada
- Renting accommodation
- Arriving in Canada in the middle of winter
- The healthcare and school system in Canada
- Adapting to Canadian culture
- Finding your first job in Canada
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Arrive, powered by RBC Ventures Inc, is a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada (Canada’s largest bank*). In collaboration with RBC, Arrive is dedicated to helping newcomers achieve their life, career, and financial goals in Canada. *Based on market capitalization