Why Should You Live In Canada

Why Should You Live In Canada

Why Should You Live In Canada

  1. Canada has been rated the best Place to Live! Every year since 1994, the United Nations has rated Canada as the best country in the world to live in.
  2. Prosperity in Canada The economy is continuing to boom! A fast growing, modern, industrialised nation, Canada offers unlimited potential and opportunity. With the highest standard of living, Canada is one of the richest countries and is getting better. The job market in Canada is on the rise and unemployment is at the lowest rate since 1976.
  3. The Good Life Canadians enjoy one of the highest qualities of life in the world. The clean environment makes for clean living. Life expectancy is 76.5 years.
  4. Low Tax and Inflation Consistently decreasing taxes and a 2.3% inflation rate make for a resilient economy, and Canadians get to keep more of their personal income each year. This is like giving the whole country a BIG RAISE!
  5. Top Quality Education Offering free primary and secondary education and subsidised post-secondary studies, Canada spends more on education than any industrialized nation. Canadian universities and colleges have a strong international reputation for high quality
  6. Health and Welfare Canadians have access to social assistance programs, affordable housing, and just like the UK, free healthcare.
  7. Safe and Secure Community policing, strict gun control laws, and a fair justice system make Canada safe and secure for everyone. Crime rates are among the lowest in the world, and continue to decline.
  8. Multiculturalism: Canada encourages immigrants to retain their unique culture. Nowhere else is there such a diversity of cultures existing together in a tolerant, peaceful society.

So if your serious about moving to Canada White & Company offer a full range of removals assistance and ship your personal possessions to canada

As a company we offer a complete international removals service, this includes a comprehensive free house survey and shipping and delivery to your new home in Canada.

Look for the popular locations.

Eastern Canada: Homes are generally cheaper than comparable ones in the west. Montreal has had the lowest residential property prices of Canada’s major urban areas but in recent years they have increased rapidly so it’s best to buy sooner rather than later. Montreal has a lot to offer, countryside, sporting facilities and even skiing are within easy reach. Should it take your fancy the USA is just 40 minutes away.

There are several daily flights to London therefore if you ever need to go back it can be done in a timely fashion of just seven hours. Because of its strong rental market, Toronto is also growing in popularity.

Vancouver, British Columbia: Canada’s western most province, is possibly the most scenic area in the country. Mountains, lakes, rivers and even beaches fill the area, combine this with the temperate climate and friendly locals it makes for a great place to live. However as it is the largest city is is also the most expensive area of Canada for residential property. The city neighbours the ski resort of Whistler, which played host to the 2010 winter Olympics.

The Rocky Mountains: Its hard to visit the Rocky’s and not fall in love with the scenic beauty. Property tends to be expensive and, much of it is situated within national parks therefore its best to consider Canmore in Alberta. Just a short distance from Banff and just an hour from Calgary international Airport it provides a compelling argument for moving there.

Focusing On Your Move – Be meticulous

If you’re packing some or all of the goods yourself, make sure you keep a careful note of what you packed where. Label each of your boxes, indicating which room the goods are from and which room they will be going into, or make detailed lists for each box.

If you are planning to sell your furniture and purchase new items once you arrive, first check out the costs of buying new or second-hand furniture abroad. If you have an abundance of antiques it will probably be easier to bring these with you, as it is unlikely you will be able to replace them with something similar.

Before you sell everything you own, take time and research the costs involved. Shipping belongings can easily be worth the expense in return for the pleasure of making your house your home.

If you are thinking of emigrating; White and Company can help. We specialise in overseas shipping to thousands of destinations. Our international removals service includes a full house survey, packing and shipping direct to your new home.

Currency Conversion when Looking Into Emigrating

When considering emigrating you will want to consider exchanging your currency. This is called foreign exchange or FX. The currency converter shown here is a useful guide to the value of your money. To open an FX account use the link below.

Whether you need to arrange monthly payments to service an overseas mortgage, or wish to protect yourself against exchange rate fluctuations and fix the rate for up to a year, we will be able to suggest the most suitable way to do so. Open your free, no obligation account in as long as it takes to stop for a coffee. White and Company have an exclusive arrangement with an FX Firm. For further information either read our FX Page or simply call us on Tel: 01494-857672

When considering a house removal, storage or shipping in the UK, Europe or International, White and Company should be your first choice. Visit your local branch or complete our enquiry form and a member of our moving team will contact you.

If emigrating to Canada, White & Company have 16 branches located in: Bedford, Bournemouth, Dunfermline, Farnborough, Forres, Knaresborough, Lancaster, Leeds, London, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Southampton, Telford, Winchester, Jersey and Guernsey.

Our branch locator will help you find a White & Company branch near you

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