Relocating, Living and Working in Canada

Relocating to Canada

Relocating to Canada

Once you have made the decision and committment to pursue immigration to Canada, you will need to begin preparations for your migration. If you are relocating to Canada by yourself or with your family there will be a lot to organise. You will have many questions regarding your relocation and will want to know what options and services are available to you. The Relocation team at B.M.G. are available to answer your questions and provide you with the information required to make your move as smooth as possible. Whether you are bringing your pets or would like to bring your household goods, B.M.G. can assist you. B.M.G. has compiled up-to-date... Click Here for More

Living in Canada

Living in Canada

Canada is the largest country on the North American continent and second largest country in the world. It extends across the northern section of the continent from the Atlantic in the east to the Pacific in the west. To the south it borders the United States of America and it extends to the Artic Ocean in the north. It has an approximate population of 33 million which is largely concentrated along the US and Canadian border; leaving the northern regions of the country, a vast wilderness unspoilt by human activity. Canada is divided into five distinct geographical regions. These in turn encompass ten provinces and three territories. Although the capital... Click Here for More

Working in Canada

Working in Canada

Every year 150,000 temporary residents enter Canada to fill the labour shortages and many more new migrants relocate looking for a new opportunity. While employment opportunities exist across the country, the main employment hotspots are Toronto, Calgary, Montréal and Vancouver. It is worth noting that these cities have the largest populations and therefore there will be more competition for each available position. As an employee in Canada you have certain rights, including the right to earn a minimum wage and a vacation allowance. The minimum wage varies widely in Canada and is set according to the provincial or territorial law. Current minimum wage rates range from $9.95 - $11.00 with... Click Here for More

Applying for Canadian Citizenship

Applying for Canadian Citizenship

Every year over 150,000 people become citizens of Canada. To be eligible for Canadian citizenship you must be a Canadian permanent resident and have been physically present in Canada for 1,095 days within the four years prior to submitting your application. You must also have adequate knowledge of English or French. If you are aged between 18-54 you will be required to pass a citizenship test as part of the application process. The test assesses your knowledge of Canadian history, politics, geography and the rights and responsibilities of being a Canadian citizen. The final step in the application process is to attend a citizenship ceremony where applicants need to take... Click Here for More

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