Expats in Canada - Here We Interview People Living And Working In Canada

Its proximity to its more high-profile neighbor has not taken away from Canada's possession of its own distinct identity and character. Here, expats in Canada describe what it's like to live in a diverse and multicultural country that is made up of many different groups of people who speak different dialects and languages and whose cultures were shaped by forces that included the French and the English. A combination of breathtaking landscapes and progressive cities is something that makes the land of the Maple Leaf a source of pride for its people (and adopted citizens).

Life in Vancouver for French expat Barbara

If you're planning on moving to Vancouver in Canada, you might find some helpful tips from Barbara. She moved there from France two years ago, and makes her living in Vancouver as a French teacher. Read on to find out what she thinks about things like the cost of living in Vancouver, recreational activities that are available, and the resources she used to find a job there.
 
 

Our Time in Quebec, Canada: Expat Tips by a Roller Derby Fan from Great Britain

Moving from Great Britain to Canada may have its ups and downs, but for British expat Hayley and her boyfriend, it seems to be mostly an upbeat experience. Here she describes some of what she likes the best and least about living in Montreal, the cost of living there, and her enthusiasm for roller derby!
 
 

Started in New Zealand, sailed around the world and for now I call Australia home!!

Originally from New Zealand, JJ can probably be called an expert when it comes to expat living, having resided in several countries before finally settling down in Brisbane, Australia. Learn about how she indulges her passion for travel while keeping her feet firmly on the ground with the business she set up, and read her advice on how to get along with the locals. JJ Stranan
 
 

Happily Settled in Alberta

Englishwoman Louise has been wanting to live in Canada ever since she was a child, and now she's living that dream with her family in Alberta. Read her interview for her take on expat life in Canada, how she finds living with the people there, and how she wants to help other people with her expat coaching business.
 
 

The Expat Arc: An expat's journey over culture shock

"A serial expat entrepreneur" is one description for Canadian Danielle, who now lives with her husband and son in Chennai, India. Here she describes her expat life in India, her thoughts and experiences about the local culture, and the book she's written about it.
 
 

Brazilians Maple Leaf, eh!

Brazilian expat Mirella moved to Canada with her husband seven years ago and it's a decision they're happy they made. Living in Canada has its ups and downs but for Mirella, the experience has mostly been "ups." Read on for aspects of their expat life in the city of Toronto. MiKix Couple
 
 

An American family living in small-town Saskatchewan

Moving up north to Canada from the United States has been a very positive experience for Erin and her husband. Learn what their life is like in a Saskatchewan college town through Erin's description of the people, the prairies, the cost of living, and the lifestyle. Erin Ortlund
 
 

Life in Canada for an expat Yorkshireman

An unwritten agreement between Englishman John and his wife was one of the reasons that found them settling in Canada, where they have been living for several years now. There are things from the UK that he misses, but there are many other things he enjoys about living in the city of Toronto. This college professor talks about some of them, and other aspects of his life there.
 
 

French Expat Zhu: My New Life In Canada Under The Snow

Zhu, who is originally from France, lives in Ottawa, Canada, with her husband. Find out some of the challenges she had to face when she moved to Canada, her thoughts about the people, and how she enjoys both the French and Canadian parts of her life.
 
 

Filipino expat Chris on living in Canada with his family