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Canada is one of the most beautiful countries with lovely landscapes and mountains. Canadian winters are most spoken about, while in reality, the country has four seasons. Of course, with winters being a little longer! It is a lovely place to begin living a new life. When you are looking for a place to settle as an immigrant, you find that it is not easy to make a choice. Every city has something nice to offer. If you are looking at day-to-day living then, definitely, Canada has a variety of opportunities. Especially when it comes to careers, housing, schooling, climate, and leisure, and all the things that you would require for your day-to-day life.

Canada stands on the top rank due to the various employment opportunities. When it comes to education and healthcare they top the list. People with a good job and a good standard of living can sustain themselves in Canada.


Ottawa, the capital of Canada which, borders Ontario and Quebec, has a lot to offer. Ottawa is clean and green. Although living here is a bit expensive, yet affordable. This place attracts a lot of the younger generation due to the universities. For those who love outdoor activities, this city is the best.

The Rideau Canal freezes over in winter turning it into the world’s largest skating rink. It is also a biker’s paradise.


Vancouver is a preferred place for an international community. Its scenic views, breathtaking mountains, and the Pacific Ocean invite a majority of the immigrant community. It is a multicultural city since it houses people from across the world. Most of the people are multilinguistic in this city. The city is known for both winter as well as summer outdoor activities. It is a paradise for those who love to ski and go snowboarding during winters. Outdoor activities during summer are not any less. One can have a whale of a time whale watching as well as surfing. This city is tops in healthcare, education, culture, and the environment. 


A very friendly city, it is multicultural and tolerant and it is very easy to integrate for people from any walk of life. Toronto’s population is comprised of more than 230 nationalities, making it the country‘s most ethnically diverse city. Most of the city residents were born outside of Canada. This city houses a diverse international community.  


Canada’s third-largest city with a population of over 1.2 million people residing here. This city is spread out, unlike Toronto. A less expensive city to live in with low sales tax. In comparison to other cities, they are slightly conservative and lacks multiculturalism. It also has a lower crime rate and has a good transportation system in place. This Canadian city offers plenty of outdoor adventure and activities, has many arts and cultural destinations too.


Montreal should be on the top of your list if you are planning to move to Canada. It is the fifth-best city in the world for an international community. It offers a high quality of life and housing is affordable and easy to find. One of the drawbacks of this city is the weather. The long cold, windy and snowy winter and lack of healthcare make people think before moving to Montreal. Except for the climate, it is indeed a lovely place.

These are a few cities that are top the list and the most preferred city by the immigrant community. These are not the only cities in Canada. Canada has a lot of other cities, which also have a lot of opportunities.

- preethee rayen