Category: Why Canada

Discover Ottawa – A Capital City Like No Other

Canada is an enormous country, stretching from coast to coast. Its ten beautiful provinces and two territories are filled with dozens of cities that have something unique to offer; Whether it’s sweeping landscapes, rugged mountains, the calming sea, or the fast-paced city life. With so many options, it can be tough to decide where to […]

Welcome to Vancouver: City Perched at the Edge of Wilderness

Vancouver, British Columbia’s largest city, is a place for career-seekers and adventurists alike. It’s one of the most linguistically and ethnically diverse cities of Canada, offering you a unique mix of culture and heritage. The city presents a charming combination of mountains, coastlines, beaches, and modern urban spaces with a growing economy.   Most of the […]

Welcome to Montreal

The second-largest city in Canada, Montreal is located in the province of Quebec. With ties to both the French and British empires, Montreal is a fully bilingual city with a fascinating origin story.  Originally inhabited by the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, it was ‘discovered’ by Jacques Cartier in 1953 who was the first European to set […]

Welcome to Calgary

Calgary is Alberta’s largest city and enjoys a lovely spot just east to these Rocky Mountains. It serves as one of the major urban centers of the southern half province of Alberta.

Welcome to Toronto

 “The city had been built by people from innumerable elsewheres. It was a chaos of cultures ordered only by its long streets. It belonged to no one and never would, or maybe it was a million cities in one, unique to each of its inhabitants, belonging to whoever walked its streets.”   André Alexis Toronto the […]

150 Years of Immigration to Canada

150 Years of Immigration to Canada: Foreign-Born in Canada Historically, Canada has always had numerous immigrants flowing into the country. The number of foreign-born individuals in Canada at any given time varies depending on the time in history and the circumstances. This information is collected via census data. The Canadian Census is a governmental survey […]

Being Canadian in 2036

We have created a society where individual rights and freedoms, compassion and diversity are core to our citizenship. But underlying that idea of Canada is the promise that we all have a chance to build a better life for ourselves and our children.