Property styles the Canadian way

Property styles the Canadian way

Canada has a lot of moose, trees, lakes, space and types of property. Find out which style of home suits you most. Before you even land on Canadian soil you can begin to consider which type of property is a good fit for you. Although budget will always be a key...

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How to be a social butterfly in Canada

Millions have made the successful transition to a new life in Canada before you. So take comfort in the ease in which they met new people and forged lasting relationships in this hospitable country. If you’re still a little nervous, there’s always good old Facebook....

Will you pay more or less tax in Canada?

Canadian taxes are handled a little differently to the UK. Here is what you can expect both from the tax rates and the process of paying them. In Canada the average household spends more on taxes than any other expense. Don’t be alarmed, the same is true in most...

Canada’s western heaven, Vancouver Island

At the far, far side of Canada is one of its most beautiful places – Vancouver Island. Could you call this beautiful land, where the climate is warm and the whales frolic off of the Pacific Coast, your new home? Part of the province of British Columbia, Vancouver...

Going off the beaten track in Canada

In this vast country, it’s tempting to just choose the big cities for relocation. But unless you take a step outside of the city you’ll be missing out on some beautiful and affordable options. Even in its thriving economy and huge open spaces, with so many people...

How to get a bargain flight to Canada

Whether it is a short fact-finding mission, or the one-way ticket as you embark on your new life in Canada, one thing is certain – you’ll need to fly in order to get to Canada this winter. For those planning a flight to Canada, either as part of a reconnaissance...

Working in rural Canada

Over one third of the Canadian population resides in its three largest cities (Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver), but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a wealth of job opportunities available to expats in rural Canada. Let’s face it, there’s a lot of it! You may assume...

New Brunswick area guide

It might be one of Canada’s smaller provinces but what it lacks in relative size New Brunswick makes up for in natural wonder, small town charm and accessibility from the UK. Although New Brunswick is one of Canada’s smallest provinces it is still roughly the same...

Schools in Canada

A smooth transition to a new school can ‘make or break’ your move to Canada. So it is vital to be prepared and know what you can expect from the Canadian school system. Finding a good school is a major step on the road to a successful move to Canada, for both you and...

Getting a building survey in Canada

Getting a building survey is an important part of the home buying process, in fact many Canadians consider the survey to be the single most significant document in the whole transaction. Moving to Canada and buying your first home is a steep learning curve, so it is...

Modern, efficient and free! Canadian healthcare

Canada is a well-developed western country with healthcare services that can match anywhere in the world. Just like with the British NHS, it is free to citizens and permanent residents. In Canada you will find a well-run health system operated by highly-trained and...
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