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Discover Canada

Canada is the second largest country on earth—10 million square kilometres. Three oceans line Canada’s frontiers: the Pacific Ocean in the west, the Atlantic Ocean in the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Along the southern edge of Canada lies the Canada-United States boundary. Both Canada and the U.S.A. are committed to a safe, secure and efficient frontier.



Canadian Law & Justice

Canadian law and justice In Canada, the law applies to everyone, including: the police the government public officials Canadian laws recognize and protect basic rights and freedoms, such as liberty and equality. Public law and private law Law can be divided into public and more

Communications & Media

Communications services Telephone Making a telephone call Most Canadian telephone numbers have 10 digits (for example, 123-456-7890). The first three digits are the “area code” and the seven last digits are the number itself. Each region in Canada has a different area code with more


Driving licences To legally drive a car in Canada, you will need a driver’s licence. In Canada, provincial and territorial governments issue drivers licences. With a licence you can drive anywhere in Canada. You must have it with you whenever you are driving. If you have a valid licence more


Education in Canada In Canada, parents have the primary responsibility for educating their children. To assist them, provincial and territorial governments administer and regulate educational systems. There is no federal department of education and no national system of education. Instead, each more

Government of Canada

The Government of Canada offers a wide array of online information for newcomers about living and working in Canada. Government of Canada Portal Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Help Centre Foreign Credential Recognition more

Healthcare and Medical Insurance

Health cards The administration and delivery of health care services is the responsibility of each province or territory, guided by the provisions of the Canada Health Act. The provinces and territories fund these services with assistance from the federal government in the form of fiscal more


Housing in Canada Temporary housing One of your first needs after you arrive in Canada is a temporary place to stay until you can rent or buy a home. One option is to stay at a hotel or hostel. Most hotels and hostels have a website with photographs, location, price and a description of more

Important documents in Canada

Important things to do before and after you arrive in Canada Before you arrive in Canada Crossing the border In your first two weeks in Canada In your first two months in Canada To be prepared for your life in Canada, there are important things to do before and after you arrive. more

Improving your English or French

Improving your English and French Canada has two official languages: English and French. English is the most commonly spoken language in most provinces and territories. French is the main language spoken in Quebec and in some areas of Ontario, New Brunswick and Manitoba. In addition, there more

Provinces and Territories

Moving to Canada is an exciting opportunity but also a great challenge. Find what to expect in your first few weeks of coming to Canada and learn how to: find a place to live, get around your new city, work and go to school and connect with your community. You will also find more

Sources of Information

Sources of information As a newcomer to Canada, you can find help in many places, such as: online in printed publications through in-person services Immigrant-serving organizations Canada has many immigrant-serving organizations more


Transportation Air Due to Canada’s large size, people often travel between major cities by airplane. All main cities have airports with regularly scheduled flights to and from many places. If you are travelling to a place that does not have a main airport (for example, a town or rural more

Your rights and freedom in Canada

Your rights and freedoms in Canada In Canada, federal and provincial or territorial laws protect the: freedom to express your beliefs and opinions (including through free press), freedom to associate with anyone you wish and gather peacefully with other people, freedom to practice more

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