With a mild climate, stunning views and a robust economy, Vancouver has been a popular choice for immigrants for decades.
This coastal seaport city, which encompasses a densely populated downtown core surrounded by sprawling suburbs to the south and east, is the largest in Western Canada. Fans of the great outdoors will feel right at home soon after moving to Vancouver.
This Moving To Vancouver guide covers everything important, from information on immigration to Canada, accommodation and employment, to lifestyle and things to do in Vancouver.
We want to get you prepared and excited for your big move. For those already living in Vancouver, our information will help you get settled more quickly.
We also highly recommend you keep up-to-date with latest immigration developments – as anyone will tell you, changes happen regularly that can affect your move.
You can do this by downloading our Getting Started Guide to get our free immigration and settlement guide, which will opt you in for free, relevant updates into your inbox.
Any ideas about adding to our Vancouver section? Contact us at editor@Moving2Canada.com — we’re here to help! You can search apartments for rent in Vancouver on Rentseeker.ca.
Harry Kramm is an Irish-Canadian, Vancouver-based Real Estate Advisor with Engel & Völkers, Vancouver.
He helps Irish and British emigrating families find their perfect home in cities across Canada.