Try to describe Canada in one word. This might seem challenging because, like the states, Canadian provinces are each unique and full of individual charms. If you’re thinking of moving to Canada you should consider what province most fits your lifestyle.
It’s no surprise this is known as Canada’s charming province. Its natural beauty and moderate climate make it the ideal home for sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and big city buffs. You can spend you’re weekends hiking and kayaking or explore the city life in Vancouver.
Because of the French influence, Quebec can feel a bit European at times, evident in food and architecture. Quebec cities like Montreal blend the romantic and modern world effortlessly. It’s home to a growing tech business, cultured streets and energetic nightlife.
Ontario is the most populated province in Canada, making it also one of the most multicultural and inclusive. While in Toronto you’ll find a variety of attractions from dining to sports teams, but as you move north you’ll see more natural beauty and the Ontario’s famous ice fishing.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Although it’s one of the newer provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador is rich in culture and traditions. The people of this province are known as one of the most kind and are sure to welcome new residents.
Another province with its roots in French history. The art, poetry, and music of the Renaissance helped shape New Brunswik.
Sunny. Quirky. Diverse. All words used to describe Alberta. The province boasts a high standard of living found across both rural and urban areas. The farming towns are charismatic and cities like Edmonton and Calgary are full of art, restaurants, and all the city perks you expect.
One of the most affordable provinces based on the cost of housing, electricity, insurance and child care. Whether you decide to move to one of the smaller communities or to a larger city like Winnipeg, you’re sure to find great people and excitement.
Prince Edward Island
What this province lacks in size it more than makes up with its charm. They have beautiful beaches, outdoor sports, great food and rich history. Anyone living here is sure to enjoy the many perks while feeling a strong sense of community.
They call Nova Scotia the melting pot by the sea because its culture was established by a variety of settlers. Today this province continues to blend its past with the new and growing communities.
It’s know not only the home to some of the most beautiful horizons in the country, but also a place where you can work and play. After the workweek ends you can seek out a peaceful place among the wilderness and relax.
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