Learn about provinces in Canada before you plan your education in any of these provinces. Canada calls its states as ‘provinces,’ and it has 13 provinces.
Alberta is in western Canada and it is famous for its beautiful mountains, forests, open spaces, sunshine, fresh air. In Alberta, you find people from different cultures and backgrounds. This province has excellent standards of living, excellent healthcare and school systems. Their economy is diverse and has an innovative business spirit that makes this place ideal for working and living.
- British Columbia
British Columbia is known for its beautiful scenery and outdoor adventures and people around the world loves this province. British Columbia (B.C) is on Canada’s west coast between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains. You will find many job opportunities and a better life in B.C as they have a tremendous growing economy. If you are coming for a short trip or immigrating, B.C is an excellent place for individuals looking for a better lifestyle.
Manitoba has friendly towns and cities for all newcomers. People enjoy a relaxed way of life in this province, and it helps newcomers find a good job or start a new business. Though English is the official language, Manitoba has more than 200 languages spoken in different parts of this province.
- New Brunswick
New Brunswick borders Quebec and Nova Scotia as well as the United States. It is one of Canada’s eastern provinces along the Atlantics coast. Traveling to North American cities is easy from New Brunswick – cities like Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York. The cost of living here is low, with excellent health and school services. You can always live close to the lakes, rivers, and outdoor spaces and enjoy the beautiful nature.
- Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador is the eastern province of Canada. Newfoundland is an island in the Atlantic Ocean and Labrador is on mainland Canada. It is a historically and culturally driven province with modern transportation and conveniences. Also, it is one of the lowest crime rate places in North America.
- Northwest Territories
Northwest Territories (NWT) is a sparsely populated province with 43,000 people living in 33 communities. This province has a great future based on its natural resource industries. The NWT government recognizes 11 official languages, most of them spoken by Aboriginal people in NWT.
- Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is on the eastern Atlantic coast region. It has a high quality of life where you can enjoy schools and other opportunities in the province.
Nunavut became a separate territory in 1999 but has been part of Canada for more than 100 years. Nunavut means ‘our land’ in the Inuktitut language. It is famous for its many natural resources and is creating good work opportunities in mining, technologies, and economic development.
Ontario is a multicultural land of opportunity and it has a population of 12 million that includes people from 200 countries who speak as many as 130 languages. Ontario has job opportunities in various fields – finance, tourism, manufacturing, arts and sciences.
- Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest of the eastern provinces and is a friendly province where people can enjoy living and working in a peaceful setting. It also has low crime rates, an excellent school system, and lower costs for housing than many other parts of Canada. PEI provides job opportunities in aerospace, bioscience, renewable energy, information technology, and video game development.
Quebec is a French-speaking province in northeastern Canada. Water is one of Quebec’s most important natural resources and this province has one million lakes and rivers. It is the largest of all the provinces in Canada, and it has a strong economy based on skilled workers, natural resources, and its ability to adjust to economic change.
Saskatchewan has a diverse economy, a lower cost of living, abundant natural resources. Its quality of life attracts people to live, work and invest in a business there. Housing costs are lower in Saskatchewan than other cities in Canada, and owning a home is affordable and achievable for most people.
Yukon has a total population of 34,157, with most living in the capital city of Whitehorse. It is in Canada’s northwest corner, and it borders on British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Alaska.