Top 5 Cities to Live in Canada for Expats

Are you an expat looking to move from Dubai to Canada searching for the perfect place for your family to live in? Well, Canada is the perfect answer, a popular destination that many people prefer as it provides many new opportunities for careers, with very low unemployment rates, and has a strong economy with high standards of living combined with the quality of life. The country is infamous for its diverse population and immigration friendly policies, and allowing you to spend all your time freely, in a spacious country with an abundance of natural resources and serene beauty to soothe all your senses.

Universal healthcare is a fundamental right given free of charge, access to the world’s best education institutions, a very low crime rate and importantly freedom and privacy are benefits of immigrating to Canada from Dubai. So here are the best cities to live-in in Canada and a quick guide to help you choose the ideal space for you.

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Ottawa

Ottawa, is one of the favourite choices of the expatriates. The city has a luxurious view of greenery, numerous walkways, bike lanes and the beautiful Rideau runs 125 miles (202 KM) and becomes the world’s longest ice skating rink. The city is also known for its cleanliness and the two best universities in Canada, the University of Ottawa and Carleton University which makes the city youthful and vibrant.

Ottawa, is one of the favourite choices of the expatriates. The city has a luxurious view of greenery, numerous walkways, bike lanes and the beautiful Rideau runs 125 miles (202 KM) and becomes the world’s longest ice skating rink. The city is also known for its cleanliness and the two best universities in Canada, the University of Ottawa and Carleton University which makes the city youthful and vibrant.

Saskatoon

Saskatoon is located in the south of the Saskatchewan River Valley, has a population of 235,000, and is the largest city in Saskatchewan. The warm and friendly vibe gives you a feeling of a village and community life. The city has 6 leisure centres with fitness classes, courts, pools, a variety of sports, culture and recreation programs and activities. The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo and Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park are major pulls. The city has the lowest cost of living among the main cities of Canada while city homeowners pay a lower percentage of their pre-tax household income on housing. With low housing costs and good wages, people in Saskatoon have a good standard of living compared to more expensive cities.

St. Albert

St. Albert has a warm welcoming to new families and is one of the best provinces in Canada. The high wages attract many expatiates and have many facilities nearby your hand. The international children’s festival is one of the inspiring things attracting so many people into the city. The town has a very low crime rate, is one of the best-paid towns, abundance of greenery, and is perfect for ex-pats in the fields of information technology, banking and biotechnology.

Oakville

Oakville, a beautiful serene place located near Lake Ontario, gives you great access to natural sensations and is surprisingly close by, a 30 min drive to the city of Toronto and an hour’s drive to Niagara falls United States. This lovely suburban town is perfect to cater the children and families. The town consists of multiple performances of culture, music and arts, including Oakville’s annual Waterfront Festival, Festival of Classics and Jazz Festival.

The town is the landmark of job opportunities as many reputed companies such as Ford Motor Company Canadian offices, and manufacturing facilities operated by UTC Aerospace Systems and General Electric are available.

Boucherville

Boucherville is for the nature people who love the outdoors. One of the oldest municipalities in Québec, filled with plenty of wilderness and wildlife, Boucherville is one specific town to live in giving you the feeling of living in a remote village. Perfect to have a morning hike, the town is located near a national park. Iles-de-Boucherville National Park is one of the most amazing parks in Canada, with snow hiking, volleyball on sand, sea kayaking, wildlife viewing, biking and more. The city’s median household income is $92,253, its unemployment rate sits at an impressively low 2.88 per cent and has cheap housing.

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