Exploring Provinces & Territories

Canada is a large country with ten provinces and three territories, each with its own climate, landscape, way of life etc. You should carefully research and consider which city or town you are going to start your new life in Canada. There are many factors you may need to think about: cost of living, health services, language spoken, employment opportunities, climate, cultural activities, available facilities etc.

 

Click on each province and territory below to learn more about them, including services to help you settle and resources for Francophone immigrants.

Image Credit: Environment Canada



 

More information:

 

Get to know Canada

Source: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Choose a city

Source: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Canada: a 10-minute journey

Source: Canadian Tourism Commission

 


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