At Emigrate Canada we know that every single one of our clients have their own unique migration journey and their own personal reasons for choosing to build a new life in Canada.
Choosing where to live in Canada will always be a big decision as it is the second largest country in the world, having the hustle and bustle of a city or the tranquil scenic countryside. Whatever is your personal preference Canada has it all and you are guaranteed to fall in love with this magnificent country. Each province has something special to offer, check out our top 5 province breakdowns below and see what gives you a sparkle in your eye.
Ontario is the province that boarders the Hudson Bay and the US. The capital of Ontario is the vibrant city of Toronto, which is situated on Lake Ontario. It is the home of the iconic CN Tower which stands 553m above the city and also 400-acre High Park. Toronto is also the place to be for nightlife where it is packed with bars, restaurants and clubs, a vibrant city for a vibrant social life.
Quebec is primarily a French-speaking province in eastern Canada, it has two cities in the south situated alongside the Saint Lawrence River. Home of the performing arts centre Métropolis Montreal. Quebec city is famous for its stone buildings and European feel, the Petit Champlain districts are well known for the cobblestone streets which are lined with bistros and boutiques. Quebec is not really known for nightlife but more for enjoying quality downtime with friends and family with a relaxing feel.
British Columbia is Canada’s most western province which is located alongside the Pacific coast and the beautiful city of Vancouver situated at it’s southern boarder. It’s mountain range scenery and ski destinations make British Columbia a very popular province for Hikers, campers and anglers which are drawn by its parks, reserves not forgetting the great Glacier National Park and Pacific Rim National Park.
Alberta is a western province in Canada, its landscape is built up of mountains, forests and desert badlands. Alberta has more than 600 lakes which the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks have glaciers in the Columbia Icefields. The southern boarder which connects to the USA is home to the Waterton Glacier International Peace Park which is a biosphere reserve.
Manitoba is boarded by Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west. It’s landscape is filled with lakes, rivers, forests and mountains that stretch the north Arctic tundra all the way to the Hudson Bay. The majority of the wilderness is protected by over 80 parks. This is a very popular for fishing, hiking, camping, canoeing anything to do with the great outdoors! If you are the kind of rough and ready person and enjoy spending your time outdoors Manitoba is right up your street.