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Largest town of the Quebec province, Montreal is an important economic center seducing expatriates from all over the world. The city is bilingual: English is widely spoken although the official language is French. Montreal is a real mix of languages, population, cultures, traditions, thus offering a unique experience to those who move and settle here, whether for work or with their family.  

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Quebec is a land of immigration, and the Quebec government seeks to attract a skilled and francophone workforce every year. There are several options available to you if you want to settle in Quebec.  

If you are going to Quebec for less than six months, an electronic travel authorization (ETA) is required for nationals of about 50 countries, in addition to your valid passport.

Are you planning to settle in Quebec and wondering about the means of transportation available? First and foremost, you must know that road and air transportations are the main means of travel in the province, to get from one city to another.

In Quebec, the labour market is doing rather well: in 2018, the number of jobs increased by 0.9% while the unemployment rate was around 5.5%, according to data from the Quebec Institute of Statistics.

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