It is located in western Canada, bordering the Pacific Ocean.
British Columbia, or BC, is famous for the beauty of its natural landscapes.
Life expectancy in British Columbia is approximately 82 years thanks to its high quality of life standards.
British Columbia is the third largest province in Canada, surpassed only by Ontario and Quebec.
From 2018 to 2028, BC is expected to have 903,000 job openings, according to the British Columbia Labor Market Outlook.
British Colombia's climate is influenced by the Pacific Ocean and our mountain ranges.
Summer: Average temperatures around 28°C. and 13°C.
Winter: Average temperatures around -22°C. and -3°C.
People in B.C. are able to enjoy an incredible range of outdoor activities in all 4 seasons.
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In B.C., public health insurance is called the Medical Services Plan (MSP). It covers the cost of medically-necessary insured doctor services.
If you are new to Canada, apply for MSP as soon as you arrive. Your coverage may start three months after your arrival date in British Columbia. You should get private health care insurance while you wait.
After moving top BC, you have 90 days to switch your valid license to a B.C. driver's license.
The 90-day rule does not apply and you may continue to drive on your current license if you:
Are visiting as a tourist for up to six months
Have a valid student exemption due to full-time enrollment at a designated educational institution in B.C.
Are a temporary foreign worker with a federal work permit designating that you are in the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP)
Currently ranked as one of the best cities to live in the world, it welcomes immigrants with open arms. The Hollywood of the North. Vancouver is the second city in North America, after Los Angeles, where the television industry films most of its productions. The climate is significantly warmer.
It is the capital of BC. With only 360,000 inhabitants, Victoria fuses the best qualities of a developed metropolis with the attractive charms of a small town. The city is known for its diverse artistic, recreational and ecotourism activities.
BC Roll: a classic Vancouver style sushi. Dungeness crab: B.C.'s favorite crustacean can be found along the Pacific coast. Doukhobor borscht: a Russian vegetarian soup distinguished from its ruby red counterparts by its creamy orange color imparted by dairy cream and mashed potatoes.