How to live in canada?
I'm Brazilian I'm 18, and I would live in canada, I speak English,I do not speak French. I've never been to canada
How to live in canada?is difficult?
- ?Lv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Living in Canada is great. You do not need to speak French to live here even though it is a bilingual country. Canada is clean and very beautiful and very multicultural.
Beautiful Canada https://www.google.ca/search?q=beautiful+canada&hl...
If you speak Portuguese there are many many here that speak the language.
Canada has been considered as one of the best places in the world to live by the United Nations, due to their high levels of quality and life welfare.
A major advantage of living in Canada is that, in most locations, it’s possible to buy a comfortable, large, detached house on a normal income.
Jobs tend to be most plentiful in Toronto / Southern Ontario, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.
Canadians tend to be very hospitable, welcoming people – particularly in provincial and rural Canada.
The majority of Canadians are very tolerant and follow a live and let live philosophy. There is often a stronger sense of community and duty in Canadian towns than can be found in other countries.
Most of Canada has a semi-continental or a continental climate.
Depending on the exact location, summers are warm or hot and winters are cold or very cold (or brutally cold).
The exception is Canada’s Pacific coast, where summers and winters are mild.
Sunshine is abundant in most provinces, particularly the prairie provinces in the middle of Canada.
Toronto and Vancouver are Canada’s most multicultural and cosmopolitan cites. They are rich in cultural and artistic activities and their restaurants offer many of the world’s cuisines.
Information about Migrating to Canada
How to migrate legally to Canada
- 5 years ago
Firstly- you must learn how to apologize. Lots of apologies. Then, take a moose-riding course. They may offer one at your local strip club. Next, develop an extreme addiction to maple syrup. Lastly, buy a ticket and fly to Canada!Source(s): Google Earth
- Anonymous5 years ago
Visit this blog: shrutispointofview.blogspot.com.
It shares great knowledge of struggle and achievement in Canada!
- 5 years ago
get a passport and go you no need franch