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Discussing everything important about living in Canada from visas to employment, from education to the expat lifestyle .

Is Canada really such a wonderful nation to live in as an expatriate, or are there reasons to reconsider relocation?

Canada has recently come out on top of an expatriate survey as a great place to live abroad – so we examine the most up to date pros and cons of emigrating to live and work or retire in Canada

If you’re thinking about starting a new life in Canada, and you’re going to apply for a visa as a skilled migrant, the latest news from the jobs market and immigration department will be of interest and use to you…

Examining what’s so good about the recently named top 5 places to live in Canada – helping would-be expatriates find a new place to call home in Canada, a vast and exciting country, rich in prospects and ripe with opportunity…

Owen Kiernan Rooney is a 24-year-old Australian expatriate missing in Canada since August – please look at his picture and spread the word about this young man and help us find him and bring him home to his family

A leading expert has suggested that Canada could do well to consider massively expanding its immigration policy of welcoming skilled migrants to become expats living in Canada

Canada ticks an awful lot of boxes in terms of its appeal with would-be emigrants from the UK – but in this report we examine what it’s like as a potential candidate for those who want to retire to live in Canada….

Could Canada be the one country in the world where you can find the best quality of life, an improved lifestyle and lots of local friends? According to a new survey that’s just what you’ll find in Canada…

Top tips for British people planning their relocation to live, work or retire to Canada – covering everything from visas to banking, building your credit history and deciding where to live in Canada

If you thought you couldn’t now afford to move abroad, you may find the value of your pound goes far further if you expatriate to Canada