About Canada


Canada is a country occupying most of northern North America, extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northward into the Arctic Ocean.

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Immigration laws are complex and constantly changing. Requirements  vary from visa to visa. It is to your advantage to seek professional advice before lodging a visa application. 

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One of the first things you will be doing when you arrive in Canada, if not before hand, is seeking a position that suits your skills and experience provided your visa allows you to do so. 

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Your first decision when you are looking for a place to live is whether to rent or buy a house or apartment. Apartments and houses for rent are usually listed in the classified advertising section of your local newspaper.

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In Canada, the government provides an education for every child free of charge. Public education is paid for through taxes and is administered by the provinces and territories in cooperation with local school boards.

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All Canadian citizens and permanent residents are eligible for health insurance in Canada. Canada’s public health care system is funded through taxes and administered by the provinces and territories. 

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Income Tax
All residents of Canada are subject to income tax. Income taxes and other deductions are usually taken from your pay cheques by your employer.

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Financial Institutions
It is important to open an account with a bank as soon as possible after you arrive in Canada. There are banks and other financial institutions such as trust companies, caisses populaires (in Quebec and Ontario).

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