living in Canada

150 Reasons to Love Canada

Canada Day is the national day of Canada. July 1 marks the day the colonies of the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick became a single dominion within the British Empire called Canada.

On the eve of Canada Day 2020 and Canada’s 153rd birthday, I came across this awesome list of the reasons why people LOVE Canada and I […]

New BLOG: What You Need to Know When Buying Your First Home in Nova Scotia

Moving to Nova Scotia, Canada and buying your first home.

Here’s all the essential information you need to know about how the Canadian home buying process works and what you need to know as a newcomer to Canada.

Feel free to get in touch with us if you require any further information or we can help […]

Black Fly – the Downside of Living in Nova Scotia

From mid May until the end of June (sometimes early July) we are blessed with black fly season.  There are many species of black fly within Canada (approximately 165) but only two that swarm and bite and we have this type here in Nova Scotia 🙁

Unlike mosquitos, black flies lay their eggs on moving […]

Canadian Immigration: Job Sponsorship versus Finding Work on Arrival

Some of the most asked questions we receive here at Moving 2 Nova Scotia is about finding work. If you are seriously thinking about moving to Canada, the dilemma I’m about to describe may be the biggest you will face.
Should I Get a Visa First Or a Job Sponsorship?
For many people, being able to […]

Essential Information for Moving to Canada

Population:  Canada is the second largest country on earth—10 million square kilometres, with a population of 36 million (December 2016)
Canada has ten provinces and three territories. Each province and territory has its own capital city.

Capital city of Canada: Ottawa

Largest city: Toronto

Most Populated Provinces: Ontario and Québec (62.1% of the Canadian total)  followed by British Columbia, Alberta, […]

There’s No Jobs in Nova Scotia…..Really?

Moving to Nova Scotia and How to Find Work
One of the biggest issues with moving to Nova Scotia seems to be the impression that there is a lack of jobs. We are not sure we would agree. Here’s why….

When we first decided to move to Canada and headed out on a research trip to […]

error

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)