Life in Canada
Low-cost loans for student housing construction
This fall 2024, Canada will implement proactive measures to address the need for student housing through the Apartment Construction Loan Program. This resolution is the cornerstone of an approach intended to revolutionize the student housing landscape and make a significant contribution to the Canadian housing market.
Super visa to bring parents and/or grandparents to Canada
In this Immiland article, we bring you valuable information on how to bring your parents and/or grandparents to the warmth of your home in Canada.
Canadian citizenship and the 1095 days
In Canada, the only way for a foreigner to obtain Canadian citizenship is after permanent residency. Canadian citizenship and the 1095 days The ultimate goal!
How to open a bank account in Canada from your home country?
Opening a bank account before arriving in Canada is the best thing you can do to start depositing your money, mobilize your account and build your credit history. In this article, we guide you to successfully choose the most appropriate bank according to your place of arrival and the advantages it offers.
Did you know that New Brunswick is the only bilingual province in all of Canada?
Canada is a very peculiar country, not only is it the largest country in the Americas and the second largest in the world, but it is also diverse, multicultural, welcoming and its inhabitants express themselves in two languages, that's right, in Canada there are two official languages, English and French, but depending on the province, one or the other is used, except in New Brunswick, since this is the only bilingual province in the country.
Prime Minister, President or Queen of Canada: who rules the country?
In Canada, there is the political figure of the prime minister as the leader of the nation, unlike in most countries, where the leaders are presidents. While both positions are very similar and concentrate decision-making power within the country, there are also characteristics that distinguish a prime minister from a president. If you are planning to come to Canada, it would be very good for you to know a little about its political system, so we invite you to read this article to understand the peculiarities of its state hierarchy.
Express Entry: an opportunity for immigrants to prosper and contribute economically in Canada
Canada has long been recognized as a country with a welcoming attitude towards immigrants. Immigration policies that attract new foreigners are diverse and if eligibility criteria are met and approved, foreigners can come to contribute their occupational expertise to the country economically.
What is the first thing I do when I arrive in Canada?
You are probably wondering what to do now that you have arrived at your desired destination. If you prepared your logbook from home and left it until your arrival at the airport, then you still have a bit more to do, but don't worry, at Immiland Canada, we make sure that you and your family arrive safely and well oriented to your new country, that's why we prepared this article with the 10 most important things to do once you arrive at your new home. Let's get started!
Is Canada a safe country?
Overall safety is a crucial factor when choosing a place to live. Researching the security offered by a new country is essential when considering starting an immigration process, in the same way that anyone would do before traveling to a new destination; in this context Canada is widely recognized as one of the safest countries in the world. That is why many foreigners decide to embark on new horizons in this region of North America.
Working in Canada as a digital nomad and technology professional.
Canada is embracing its position as a leader in the global search for technology talent with a strong emphasis on innovation and attracting highly skilled individuals. The government has even put forward a multi-faceted strategy that aims not only to meet the demand for skilled jobs, but also to lay the groundwork for future opportunities.
What is the first thing I need to do to travel to Canada?
You are probably very close to arriving in Canada to fulfill your dream of living, working and/or studying in this first world country, you have already packed your bags, closed cycles in your country of origin and have your eyes set on the new horizon that awaits you, but do you already know how your arrival will be in a destination completely different from your own, are you really ready for the trip or are there still things to do at home?
A successful job interview!
Hello, my name is Silvia and I want to tell you how I prepared myself to have a successful job interview in Canada. Here are the details.
Immigrate to Canada Pregnant
Today, we will discuss some of the most important considerations people should consider if moving to Canada while pregnant.
CANADA DISCOUNT DAY: BOXING DAY
If you like promotions and are thinking about living in Canada, this blog is for you.
Did you know about food banks in Montreal?
We want to share with you a little bit about food banks in Canada.
What is Thanksgiving Day, known as thanksgiving in Canada?
Thanksgiving Day in Canada
New COVID-19 restrictions for entry into Canada
If you are planning to travel to Canada soon, we recommend that you learn about the new COVID-19 restrictions for entering the Maple Leaf country by air.
How to find childcare in Montreal?
We understand that it can be complicated to plan a whole new life in a different city. That's why Immiland wants to help you with some tips to minimize your worries.
Starting a new life with your pet in Canada
Today we celebrate World Animal Day and therefore we take the opportunity to talk about migration with these wonderful beings that become a member of the family.
Resume and cover letter, a fundamental step in Canada
How important is the resume and cover letter in Canada? The answer is simple, it is very important. It is like when you meet a new person, the first impression is always the most lasting. The same goes for the resume and cover letter.
Refuge in Canada 45 days to start a new life?
I begin this article with the fundamental premise that the Refugee or Asylum process in Canada differs completely from the process in the United States.