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If you are thinking of moving to Canada, whether it’s for a career change, a change of life or to study, there are a few things to consider.

Canada always seems to be an ideal destination as it is one of the top countries to emigrate to according to the United Nations Human Development Index.

This northern country is one of the countries that offers more advantages than others, it has a multicultural population that opens its doors to you from the first moment, one of the best education systems in the world and is known for its abundant nature for those who love natural parks and outdoor sports, making it one of the perfect candidates to emigrate to.


Canada has a total of 10 states:

– Alberta
– British Columbia
– Prince Edward Island
– Manitoba
– New Brunswick
– Nova Scotia
– Ontario
– Quebec
– Saskatchewan
– Newfoundland and Labrador


While it is true that each has its own special characteristics, newcomers always choose the three largest and most important cities:

    Vancouver – British Columbia

    Capital of British Columbia, Vancouver ranks as the most popular destination and is considered one of the most pleasant cities to live in because of its balance between the urban side and nature with stunning mountains and lush forests.

    It was ranked as the best city for young workers in 2021 as it offers diverse employment opportunities.

    It is ideal for families due to its world-class educational facilities.

    On the downside, it is arguably one of the most expensive cities in Canada and the standard of living is high compared to other regions.


    Toronto is Canada’s financial capital, communications hub and the country’s largest city.

    It is considered a cultural metropolis, with a lively urban and cultural life, and is a tourist hotspot, being so close to a place like Niagara Falls.

    Like Vancouver, it has great job opportunities because of its technology-driven economy, which is why the cost of living is also quite high.

    However, its residents benefit from excellent services such as health care, security and an extensive public transport system.

    This allows Toronto to have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.


    Montreal is home to Canada’s second largest economy and is acclaimed as one of the most family-friendly cities in the world.

    A city that blends Canadian, North American and Québécois character, creating an urban lifestyle with unique features not seen in any other city.

    It is characterised by its skyscrapers in the financial centre, French as the official language, nightlife and excellent universities.

    Compared to previous cities, migrants will find a more affordable cost of living here while benefiting from easily accessible metro and bus services.



    Whichever city you choose and once you have everything decided, at SIT we offer you a complete relocation service (moving + relocation + immigration).

    What’s more, at SIT Spain Relocation  we help you find the best place for you and your family to make a new home.

    When you’re ready to take the big step, at SIT we’ve got you covered.