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Moving To Canada?


Emigrating To Canada?

Here at Burke Bros Moving Group we have over three decades of experience relocating couples and families to Canada. With our long established overseas Canadian agents means your mind will be at rest with your relocation to Canada. You’ll benefit from an experienced Canadian export packing team along from with our Canadian Quarantine and Customs & Excise expertise. Plus, if required, UK Storage pre your Canada shipping.


Overseas Removals Canada – Our Complete Coverage:

Moving to Toronto, Canada?
Toronto in the province of Ontario, is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America and is home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. It is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world’s most liveable cities. The Ontario capital is nestled between the Two Great Lakes of Huron and Ontario, after which the region is named. The lakes are one of Canada’s most distinctive features and many tourists come to hike, swim and boat along their shores.
Official Website: http://www.toronto.ca

Moving to Montreal, Canada?
Montreal is a city in the Canadian Province of Quebec and is the second largest city in Canada, with French being the city’s official language. It is named after ‘Mount Royal’ the triple-peaked hill in the heart of the city and the city is located on the Island of Montreal. The City benefits from Canada’s social development programmes such as universal health insurance and free education as well as a reasonable cost of living compared to other larger cities in Canada.
Official Website: http://ville.montreal.qc.ca

Moving to Calgary, Canada?
Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta in Canada. It has an estimated population of just over 1,097,000 making it third largest municipality in Canada. It is situated between the confluence of the Bow River and Elbow River in the south and is approximately 80km East of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. Those looking to move to Canada, who wish to have a career in construction, engineering, agriculture, high-tech or energy sectors would have many opportunities in Calgary.
Official Website: http://www.calgary.ca

Moving to Ottawa, Canada?
Ottawa is the capital of Canada. The city has an estimated population of 944,000 making it the fourth largest city by population in Canada. Founded in 1826 as ‘Bytown’ the city has since evolved into the political and technological centre of Canada. Ottawa finds itself on the border of the predominantly French-speaking Quebec, which gives those looking to relocate a unique experience at the crossroads between French and English Canada.
Official Website: http://ottawa.ca/en

Moving to Edmonton, Canada?
Edmonton is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta and is situated on the North Saskatchewan River. Edmonton is the northernmost North American city with a population over one million, the city population is estimated 815,000. Edmonton is home to the largest stretch of urban parkland in North America with more than 22 major parks and 150km of trails. Edmonton has many attractions & recreational activities and play host to over 30 festivals & events each year.
Official Website: http://www.edmonton.ca


Moving to Canada Blog

Moving to: Toronto

Situated between the two lakes of Huron and Ontario, Toronto is the most developed of the Canadian cities and boasts a multiculturalism, infrastructure, financial prowess and architectural developments which continue to be a great draw to British expats. With a population of around 2.8 million people, it is Canada’s largest city, and the fourth largest in North America. Notably, it is often ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities. Employment As the commercial capital of Canada and...
July 21st, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Moving to Canada? Proposed changes made for Candian Citizenship

The Canadian government are proposing new changes to reduce the amount of time applicants must be present in Canada before they can apply for Canadian Citizenship. John McCallum the Immigration Minister for the Liberal Party is putting forward of a number of changes to citizenship rules to the House of Commons. The Liberal government was elected to power late last year and wants to implement new changes that they see as unnecessary barriers to becoming a citizen. For...
March 8th, 2016 | Categories: Blog

Down Under Live & Canada Live Shows Boost in Canadian Interest!

We have once again attended a very busy Down Under Live show, and something has become very apparent. We first noticed earlier in the year that many people would be taking advantage of Canada’s new Express Entry System for skilled migration and there did seem to be a lot more interest in Canada. At the last show many people were there looking for immigration advice, jobs, currency exchange and international shipping and storage. Burke Bros were...
October 30th, 2015 | Categories: Blog

Moving to Canada: a guide to Vancouver

Moving to Canada, is becoming an increasingly popular option for those in the UK who want a new life overseas. There are many reasons to explain this but many say its due to its commodities and national services such as healthcare and police force, wealth and job creation and being deficit free in 2015. This strong economy coupled with Canada’s welcoming, ethnically diverse culture makes this a sought out destination in the western world for expats....
May 21st, 2015 | Categories: Blog

New ‘Express Entry’ system for skilled overseas workers moving to Canada

Relocating to Canada can almost seem impossible for some. But In January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) are launching a new electronic application management system called Express Entry as a faster and more effective way to welcome skilled immigrants. If you are a skilled worker, moving to Canada may become easier as overseas applicants in the Federal Skilled Worker Programme, Federal Skilled Trades Programme, Canadian Experience Class and a portion of the Provincial Nominee...

October 24th, 2014 | Categories: Blog

Travel websites for Canada:

Government of Canada Website: http://www.canada.ca/en/
Immigration and Citizenship: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/
The Canadian Government sites are very useful when considering relocating to Canada and also provides free accurate information on a range of topics including before your shipments departs and when you arrive in Canada.

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