new_immigrationTORONTO, City in the fast Lane

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and a vibrant driver of the Canadian economy. With more than 100,000 companies, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is Canada’s business and manufacturing capital. Its remarkably diverse economy creates almost unlimited entrepreneurial opportunities. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, the GTA stretches out over approximately 7,000 square kilometres that incorporate farmland, forests and large protected areas. This results in one of the world’s lowest urban population densities. The city is consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable, as well as oneof the most business-friendly.

VANCOUVER, Gateway to the Pacifi c Rim

Canada’s busy gateway to the Pacifi c Rim and the vast markets of Asia, Vancouver is one of the world’s most beautiful and livable cities. Home to Canada’s largest and most diversifi ed ports and the terminus of our transcontinental highway and rail routes, it trades with over 90 different countries. It is the economic hub of British Columbia and one of the nation’s largest industrial centres, generating more than half of British Columbia’s GDP. The spectacular drama of its setting has made tourism a $15-billion-plus industry and spawned a large fi lm industry, earning Vancouver the designation of Hollywood North.

CALGARY, A boomtown of opportunity!

Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta, and the heart of the country’s fastest growing economic region. Endowed with the highest personal income in Canada, Calgary is a thriving metropolis with a strong entrepreneurial core. A major centre for the global energy industry, it also has the country’s lowest taxes. With its close proximity to the sports playground of the spectacular Canadian Rockies, it is an exceptional city in which both businesses and families can prosper and thrive.

MONTRÉAL, European style, North American Energy

Montréal is a major port and the largest city in Canada’s largest province of Quebec. While known internationally as a French-speaking city, it is home to almost 400,000 English-speakers. Strategically situated a short drive from the U.S. border on the Saint Lawrence River, its astounding economic upswing is based primarily on the emergence of a thriving knowledge economy. Montréal is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city famed for its quality of life, tolerant, pleasure-loving populace and its openness to new ventures.