March 21, 2013
Canada’s Top 10 Cities for Immigrants
With immigration numbers in Canada continuing to break records last year, it begs the question, where is the best place for immigrants to call home? Taking into account such factors as weather, multiculturalism and housing prices, here are ten great places to settle down.
1. Burlington, Ontario
2. Vaughn, Ontario
3. Calgary, Alberta
4. Richmond Hill, Ontario
5. Toronto, Ontario
6. Oakville, Ontario
7. West Vancouver, British Columbia
8. Saanich, British Columbia,
9. Markham, Ontario
10. Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C. has a large population of immigrants, 45% in fact, and a low unemployment rate. With plenty of parks, mountains in the distance and public transit readily available it’s a great place to live.
Ontario in particular offers wide variety of choice for immigrants, from Burlington with its affordable housing and abundance of job opportunities, to Toronto with its immense multicultural population.
Calgary, Alberta seems to be a relatively untapped gem by immigrants, though it is a thriving city with a low unemployment rate of 4.02%.
Whether you prefer a small town or a big city, there is plenty on offer for newcomers to Canada.
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