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Moving to Quebec amid the pandemic: Tales of an expat family
Moving to Quebec amid the pandemic: Tales of ...
Maëva has been in love with Quebec for nearly twenty years, but she only decided to take the leap of faith during the pandemic, looking for a better quality of life. She talks to us about her expat experience with her partner and their two children and the many opportunities available in this Canadian province for expatriates.
Is Canada becoming the new Silicon Valley?
Is Canada becoming the new Silicon Valley?
Recent developments suggest that Canada has not only already established itself as another Silicon Valley but is actually also promoted and acknowledged by major technical giants as a good alternative to the existing Silicon Valley in the USA.
Close-up of Canada's general elections
Close-up of Canada's general elections
Canada, one of the most popular expat destinations, is set to elect their Prime Minister on the 21st of October. Expat.com chats to a short-term expat living in Canada at the moment as well as a long-term expat who has chosen to run in the elections.
Quebec now one of the safest cities in the world
Quebec now one of the safest cities in the ...
Quebec appears third in the ranking of the world's most secure cities in 2019 by CEO Magazine. Interesting fact: it is the only city in North America in the top 30 of this ranking. What makes it stand out?
Business acquisition: Have you given Quebec a thought?
Business acquisition: Have you given Quebec ...
According to a recent survey by the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), owners of Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Québec are more likely to sell their enterprises than in any other Canadian regions. Indeed, almost one in four small business owners have stated that they plan to transfer their business between the years 2017 and 2022. In other areas of Canada, only one in five business owners state they might want to sell their enterprises.
Immigration to and integration in Quebec: the new regulations
Immigrant Québec
Immigration to and integration in Quebec: ...
Thousands of expats make Quebec their new home every year. The immigration system is, therefore, forever evolving.. To better meet the needs of the province, but also to allow better integration of immigrants to Quebec.
Digital nomads on a Working Holiday in Quebec
Digital nomads on a Working Holiday in Quebec
Elodie and Thomas are digital nomads who come from Lille. Their passion for travelling led them to a world tour in October 2016 which included Asia, Australia, and South America. Today, they live in Quebec, Canada on a Working Holiday Visa. They spoke to Expat.com about their adventures, their everyday life in Montreal, and their long-term plans.
From a working holiday visa to permanent residency in Quebec
From a working holiday visa to permanent ...
Charlene comes from a small town next to Nantes, in France. She flew to Quebec a long time ago to visit her family, and twelve years later, she decided to go back to Quebec with her husband on a Working Holiday Visa (WHV). Charlene has now been in Quebec for over seven years and is enjoying a good life with her little family. She shares her experience with Expat.com.
Quebec through the lens of a French expat
Quebec through the lens of a French expat
A young and dynamic French expat, Camille moved to Quebec fours years ago on a Working Holiday Visa. She lives in Montreal where she's enjoying her expat life to the fullest between work and exploring the region whenever she gets the chance. She talks to Expat.com about her expat experience and why she loves Montreal.
Surviving four winters in Montreal
Surviving four winters in Montreal
Laurene comes from Marseille. Passionate about discovering new cultures and photography, she decided to move to Montreal where she has been living for four years now on a Working Holiday Visa (WHV). Laurene is quite happy with her new life in Montreal – even though she's had a couple of hard times – and speaks to Expat.com about her plans to become a permanent resident.
Our top five blogs about life in Canada
Our top five blogs about life in Canada
Canada is a vast country that is popular with expats around the world. It is widely regarded as a welcoming country with a friendly population and a wealth of opportunities for those willing to make a move. If you are thinking of expatriating to Canada, or are already there and you are looking for some guidance, our top expat bloggers in Canada may have the right advice for you.
Towards a better life in Edmonton
Towards a better life in Edmonton
Ferdy grew up in Paris. Seizing an opportunity abroad, she flew to Morocco where she spent two years before moving to Canada to be with her husband, who was a university student. Both decided to live in Quebec before they realised that Canada has more to offer. Their quest for a better life lead them to Edmonton in Alberta province.