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Immigration to Canada

More than 60 Canadian immigration programs are available to individuals seeking to immigrate to Canada. Our comprehensive assessment method evaluates your eligibility across ALL categories. Ensuring you select the Canadian immigration category best suited for your circumstances can be overwhelming. Fill out our free assessment form to have your qualifications assessed against all Canadian immigration streams.

The path to Canadian citizenship begins by acquiring Canadian permanent resident status. Similar to a “Green Card” in the United States, a Canada Permanent Resident Card will enable you to work and live in Canada. The best way of determining if you qualify for Canadian Permanent Residency, through one of Canada’s many immigration programs, is to fill out our assessment form. Our Canadian immigration team will carefully review your assessment and get back to you within 24 hours.

The federal government of Canada gives every province some selection discretion, most notably exemplified by the Provincial Nomination Programs. However, the level of deference afforded to Quebec is unrivaled. Quebec Immigration programs will typically have different selection criteria, based on Quebec’s cultural uniqueness. Despite the selection powers that provinces hold, all final Canadian immigration decisions fall under federal jurisdiction.

Did you know?

Work and study experience in Canada can be applied towards qualifying for Canadian permanent residency. In fact, finding a job in Canada will significantly increase your chances of qualifying for Canadian immigration. Contact us for more information about how you can use your job offer in Canada to qualify for Canadian immigration, or explore the general Canadian immigration categories listed below.

Permanent Status – Canadian Immigration Categories:

Temporary Status In Canada:

*Note that there are other ways to come Canada as a foreign national which do not require receiving a Canadian permanent residency visa, such as by applying for work permits, visitor visas and study permits.

What are your options for Canadian Immigration?

The right Canadian immigration program for you will depend on your characteristics, your goals, and your particular situation.

Note for users based in the United States: We encourage you to visit our dedicated page on Moving to Canada from the U.S.

Workers in the U.S. on a H1-B visa can also visit our page for H1-B Holders in the U.S. Looking to Move to Canada .

The Canadian federal and provincial governments are constantly updating their programs to ensure that Canadian immigration is successful, both for newcomers and for Canada.

There are currently more than 80 programs available for immigration to Canada. For that reason, everyone’s path to Canadian immigration will be unique.

For example, there are many different categories for professionals and workers under which you might qualify for your Canada Immigration permanent resident visa, including the Federal and Quebec Skilled Worker programs, the Provincial Nominee Programs, the Canadian Experience Class, the Quebec Experience Class, and the Federal Self-Employed program. Canada also offers a number of Family Class Sponsorship programs, whereby Canadian citizens and permanent residents may sponsor family members and loved ones for Canadian immigration.

Free Assessment

Find out your options for immigration to Canada by completing a free online assessment.

Immigration Attorney David Cohen and his team of specialists will be happy to help you determine exactly what your best options are to achieve your immigration goals. Start your free assessment today, and we will guide you in achieving your objectives.

Canada announced a Multi-Year Immigration Levels Plan, which is set to welcome an increased number of immigrants through economic programs, family sponsorship and other programs in the upcoming years.

The Government of Canada also affords LGBTQ2 individuals and couples the same rights and opportunities as other persons when it comes to immigration issues.

Which Canadian immigration program is best for you?

I have a post-secondary education

Canada values your education and takes it into consideration for many of its Canadian immigration programs. Certain programs, such as the Skilled Worker and Provincial Nominee programs, assign a point value to your education. Start your free assessment and find out if your education helps you to be eligible for an economic immigration program.

I have at least one year of skilled work experience

Candidates for Canadian immigration who have at least one year of skilled work experience are deemed more likely to be able to assimilate into the Canadian labour market. This experience will allow you to become a contributing member of Canada’s economy and the local community. There are a number of programs that assign a point value for your work experience, including the Skilled Worker and Provincial Nominee programs. These programs promote work experience as a valuable asset, thereby increasing your chances of successfully immigrating to Canada. We encourage you to start your free assessment to find out how your work experience may enhance your Canadian immigration options.

I have a Canadian job offer

If you have a job offer that meets certain conditions, that offer might help you achieve your Canadian immigration goals. We would be happy to assess your job offer and let you know if it meets the requirements for certain immigration programs. Start your free assessment today and let us know that you have a Canadian job offer in the relevant field provided in the form.

I have friends or relatives in Canada

If you have a close relative in Canada, you might be able to obtain Canadian permanent residence under a Family Class program. In addition, having a friend already living in Canada may provide you with an option through a Provincial Nominee Program that awards points for having a close connection to the province. Start your free assessment and let us know about your relatives and/or friends in Canada. We will match these relationships against the programs that are currently available and let you know more about your Canadian immigration options.

I have already worked or studied in Canada

The Canadian Experience Class and Quebec Experience Class programs offer permanent Canadian immigration options for individuals who have already worked, or are currently working, in Canada. These programs may be available to those who have recently studied or are studying in Canada. Be sure to bring this experience to our attention when you fill our free assessment, so that we can guide you accordingly.

I have a high net worth or significant financial resources

If you have a high enough net worth and wish to continue your career or invest in Canada, there are a number of Canadian immigration opportunities that might be available to you. These programs are designed to help enrich the Canadian economy by asking you to make an investment in the government of Canada or Quebec, or to use your management or business ownership experience to operate a business in Canada or Quebec. Many provinces offer business or investment streams under a Provincial Nominee Program for this purpose. Moreover, the Business Investor and Entrepreneur Immigration programs operated by the Federal or Quebec governments offer excellent opportunities for obtaining Canadian permanent resident status through investment or entrepreneurship. Start your free assessment and be sure to include your net worth, as well as your business ownership and management experience, so that we can tell you more about what options may be available to you.

I have a business that I own or manage

Your business and ownership experience may help you to be eligible for a number of Provincial Nominee Program Business Immigration streams or for the Business Investor and Entrepreneur programs offered by the governments of Canada and Quebec. Start your free assessment today, and be sure to provide information about your business ownership and management experience, as well as any information about the type of business you would like to operate in Canada.

Find Canada Immigration Lawyers

The Canadian immigration system, the laws and the policies involved are complicated, technical and frequently changing. Errors can have devastating and costly consequences for applicants, delaying your process or even causing rejected claims. Canadian immigration lawyers have the education, training and experience required to navigate these complexities. They also know how to get you through the process right the first time, with the most up-to-date legal knowledge.

Before you use the list …

Before checking out the list of Canada immigration lawyers below, note that AfriCanada operates the blog and forums on this website (including providing the list of Canada immigration lawyers below) only to provide general information needed for successful immigration application to Canada. We may provide links to immigration lawyers and professionals but we do NOT provide immigration services directly and we do NOT charge a fee for the information we provide in our blogs or forums.

For tips on how to avoid fake or shady Canadian immigration lawyers, please see our article on How to Find Real and Good Canadian Immigration Lawyer or Consultant.

1. Canadian Bar Association database

You can use the convenient search tool below to help you find a CBA lawyer who specializes in immigration or any other area of law you need. Search by name, location, area of practice and preferred language. Click to Search ALL CBA immigration lawyers by language, location etc.

2. List of selected Canadian immigration lawyers

The intent of the list below is to provide “starting points” for individuals looking for Canadian immigration lawyers. Information on this list is not to be construed as legal advice or endorsement of any particular lawyer.

Scroll below for our selected list of immigration lawyers.

Matkowsky Immigration Law
+1 (416) 848-7576

✉ info@matkowsky.ca
Toll-free in Canada and US
+1 (888) 595-9596
Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Law Office of Negar Achtari
24 Bayswater Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 2E5
613-235-1266
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa Spectrum HR Law LLP
639 5th Avenue SW
Suite 1950
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0M9
403-444-8100
Immigration Lawyer Calgary Millwoods Law Office
2603 Hewes Way
Suite 208
Edmonton, Alberta T6L 6W6
780-453-6774
Immigration Law Firm Cook & Company Barristers & Solicitors
20 Regan Road
Brampton, Ontario L7A 1C3
905-840-7650
Immigration Lawyer Brampton BCF LLP
1100 René-Lévesque Blvd. W.
25th Floor
Montréal, Québec H3B 5C9
514-397-5583
Immigration Lawyer Montreal Ali Law Professional Corporation
333 City Centre Drive
Suite 577
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 2N5
905-276-8888
Immigration Lawyer Mississauga Allen & Hodgman
3 Tremont Street
Chester, Nova Scotia BOJ 1JO
902-275-2889
Immigration Law Firm Steven Tress, 425 University Ave #601, Toronto, ON M5G 1T6. Phone: (416) 977-3657

Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Basman Smith LLP
1 Dundas Street West
Suite 2400
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z3
416-860-1946
Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Cabinet Molina Inc
1980 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
bureau 900
Montréal, Québec H3H 1E8
514-657-2189
Immigration Lawyer Montreal White Ottenheimer & Baker
Baine Johnston Centre
10 Fort William Place
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador A1C 5W4
709 722 7584
Immigration Lawyer St. John’s Anushika Anthony Professional Corporation
268 Queen Street West
Brampton, Ontario L6W 3P3
905-874-7011
Immigration Law Firm Abrams & Krochak, 250 Merton St #402, Toronto, Ontario. Phone: (416) 482-3387

Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Kingsley Jesuorobo & Associates
1280 Finch Ave W #318, Toronto, ON M3J 3K3
(416) 398-8647

Immigration Lawyer North York

Alexander Atkinson Law Corp
601 Broadway West
Suite 400
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 4C2
604-675-9755
Immigration Lawyer Vancouver Daman Aujla
2 Robert Speck Parkway
Suite 750
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 1H8
905-402-9950
Immigration Lawyer Mississauga 355 Burrard Street
Suite 1520
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2G8
604.630.2244
Immigration Lawyer Olalere Law Office
508 GLADSTONE AVENUE, SUITE 206 | OTTAWA, ON K1R 5P1
613 799 7572
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa 645 Fort Street
Suite 204
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1G2
250-383-3542
Immigration Lawyer Victoria Badyal Legal Solutions
222, 7 Westwinds Cres NE
Calgary, Alberta T3J 5H2
403-457-0722
Immigration Lawyer Calgary Blaney McMurtry LLP
2 Queen Street East
Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario M5C 3G5
416.593.3903
Immigration Law Firm Stewart McKelvey
1959 Upper Water Street
Suite 900, Purdy’s Wharf Tower One
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2X2
902-420-3370
Immigration Lawyer Halifax Martini Barile Marusic LLP
2485 Ouellette Avenue,
Suite 200
Windsor, Ontario N8X 1L5
519-969-1817
Immigration Lawyer Windsor Osborne G Barnwell
245 Yorkland Blvd
Suite 202
North York, Ontario M2J 4W9
416-773-0309
Immigration Lawyer North York Norbert Bartels
470 Hensall Circle,
Suite 304
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 3V4
905-276-8286
Immigration Lawyer Bart & Associates
181 University Ave, Ste 2200
Law Chambers, ING Tower
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3M7
416-601-1346
Immigration Lawyer Toronto Bath Law Office
100 Westmore Dr.,
Unit 12E
Etobicoke, Ontario M9V 5C3
416-748-2284
Immigration Lawyer Etobicoke Jordan Battista LLP
160 Bloor Street East
Suite 1000
Toronto, Ontario M4W 1B9
416-203-2899
Immigration Lawyer Toronto Law Office Of Imran Khan
102-120 Traders Blvd. East
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 2H7
905-712-4700 Kevin Beigel Professional Corporation
110 Sheppard Avenue East
Suite 630
Toronto, Ontario M2N 6Y8
416-733-4900
Immigration Lawyer Toronto Cross Border Law
Suite 204 – 1730 West 2nd Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia VGJ 1H6
604-742-4242
Immigration Lawyer Vancouver The Bellissimo Law Group Ormston Bellissimo Rotenb
20 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario M4R 1K8
416-787-6505
Immigration Lawyer Toronto Berezowski Business Immigration Law
980 Bathurst Street
Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3G6
461-850-5112
Immigration Lawyer Gregory Willoughby Law Professional Corporation
100 Fullarton St
London, Ontario N6A 1K1
519-645-1500 Immigration Lawyer London Bhalla Law Offices
9360 34 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 5X8
780-450-6155
Immigration Lawyer Edmonton Barnes & Sammon
200 Elgin Street
Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1L5
613-594-8000
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa Snyder & Associates LLP
2500-10123 99 Street Nw
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3H1
780-426-4133
Immigration Law Firm Jennifer Roggemann Law Office
1135 King St E
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 2N3
519.744.3570

Immigration Lawyer Kitchener

Wayne A. Bingham
1120 Finch Avenue West
Suite 601
Toronto, Ontario M3J 3A7
416-661-2066 x227
Immigration Lawyer Toronto Robert I. Blanshay Canadian Immigration Lawyers
228 Gerrard Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2E8
416-413-4955
Immigration Lawyer Toronto PricewaterhouseCoopers Immigration Law LLP
PwC Tower, 18 York Street
Suite 2600
Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B2
416-598-8849
Immigration Law Firm Nanda & Associate Lawyers, 2980 Drew Rd #228, Mississauga, ON L4T 0A7. Phone: (905) 405-0199

Immigration Lawyer Mississauga

Akrami & Associates Immigration Law Firm, 1100 Central Pkwy W #28, Mississauga, ON L5C 4E5. Phone: (416) 477-2545

Immigration Lawyer Mississauga

Watson Goepel Maledy LLP
1075 West Georgia Street
Suite 1700
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3C9
604-609-3060
Immigration Lawyer Vancouver Raoul Boulakia
Raoul Solomon Boulakia
31 Prince Arthur Ave
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1B2
416-963-4488
Immigration Lawyer Brar Law Office
2 Northcliffe Street
Brampton, Ontario L6S 4E4
202-468-2233
Immigration Lawyer Brampton Eastman Law Office Professional Corporation, 10 Gillingham Dr #206, Brampton, ON L6X 5A5. Phone: (905) 451-1550

Immigration Lawyer Brampton

Brownstein Brownstein & Associates
6000 Chemin de la Cote-des-Neiges
Suite 590
Montréal, Québec H3S 1Z8
514-939-9559
Immigration Lawyer Montreal Brunet Avocats-Lawyers
1010, de la Gauchetière West
Suite 2260
Montréal, Québec H3B 2N2
514-842-5515
Immigration Law Firm Watson Goepel Maledy LLP
1075 West Georgia Street
Suite 1700
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3C9
604-642-5697
Immigration Lawyer Vancouver Merrick Jamieson Sterns Washington & Mahody
5475 Spring Garden Rd
Suite 503
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3T2
902-429-3123
Immigration Lawyer Halifax 10388 East Whalley Ring Road
Surrey, British Columbia V3T 4H4
604-585-4444
Immigration Lawyer Surrey Elgin, Cannon & Associates
970-777 Hornby Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1S4
604-683-0683
Immigration Law Firm Capelle Kane Immigration Lawyers Prof Corp
311 Richmond Road
Suite 300
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 6X3
613-230-7070
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa Barnes & Sammon
200 Elgin Street
Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1L5
613-594-8000
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa Robinson Sheppard Shapiro
800, Place Victoria
# 4600
Montréal, Québec H4Z 1H6
514-393-7695
Immigration Law Firm Cook & Company Barristers & Solicitors
20 Regan Road
Brampton, Ontario L7A 1C3
905-840-7650
Immigration Lawyer Brampton Alepin Gauthier Avocats
3080 Le Carrefour Blvd
Office 601
Laval, Québec H7T 2R5
450-681-3080
Immigration Lawyer Laval Shtabsky & Tussman LLP
1400-10025 102A Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2Z2
780-429-4671
Immigration Lawyer Edmonton Chiu & Co
9322 Jasper Avenue
Louie Pointe Professional Centre
Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3T5
780-428-8299
Immigration Law Firm Chiu & Co
9322 Jasper Avenue
Louie Pointe Professional Centre
Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3T5
780-428-8299
Immigration Lawyer Edmonton Miller Thomson LLP
700 – 9th Avenue SW
Suite 3000
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3V4
403-298-2430
Immigration Lawyer Calgary Jang Cheung Lee Chu Law Corp
700-5951 No. 3 Road
7th Floor, London Plaza
Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2E3
604-276-8300
Immigration Lawyer Richmond Moon Heath LLP
164 Norfolk Street
Guelph, Ontario N1H 6J9
519-824-2540
Immigration Law Firm Campbell Cohen
215 Redfern Avenue
Suite 118
Montréal, Québec H3Z 3L5
514-937-9445
Immigration Lawyer Montreal Law Office of Edward C Corrigan
383 Richmond St.
Suite 902
London, Ontario N6A 3C4
519-439-4015
Immigration Lawyer London Borden Ladner Gervais, LLP
40 King Street, West
Scotia Plaza
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3Y4
416-367-6136
Immigration Law Firm Kranc Associates
425 University Ave.
Suite 500
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1T6
416-977-7500
Immigration Law Firm Perley-Robertson Hill & McDougall LLP
1400-340 Albert Stree
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 0A5
613-566-2839
Immigration Lawyer Ottawa Gomberg Dalfen
281 Rue de la Commune Street West
Montréal, Québec H2Y 2E1
514-845-0903
Immigration Law Firm McCuaig Desrochers, LLP
2401 Toronto Dominion Tower
10088 – 102 Avenue SW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2Z1
780-426-4660
Immigration Law Firm Davis Immigration Law Office
201-233 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2A7
204-956-2336
Immigration Lawyer Andréa de Rocquigny Avocate/Attorney
1980 Sherbrooke St. West
Suite 900
Montréal, Québec H3H 1E8
514-907-2881
Immigration Lawyer Green & Spiegel
390 Bay Street
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2
416-862-7880
Immigration Law Firm CanDo Immigration Services
205-347 Leon Avenue
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 8C7
250-979-0422
Immigration Lawyer Kelowna Delehanty Rinzler Druckman
720 Main St., Suite 101
Moncton, New Brunsiwck E1C 8P6
506-857-3592
Immigration Law Firm Drukarsh Law Immigration Specialist
5140 Yonge St
Suite 1510
Toronto, Ontario M2N 6L7
416-365-5950
Immigration Lawyer 3025 Hurontario Street
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 2H1
905-848-8484
Immigration Lawyer Mississauga Dufourd Dion Avocats
5115, rue Trans-Island
Bureau 200
Montréal, Québec H3W 2Z9
514-482-0887
Immigration Law Firm Robinson Sheppard Shapiro
800, Place Victoria
# 4600
Montréal, Québec H4Z 1H6
514-393-4043
Immigration Law Firm Cabinet Chrysostome
1425 René-Lévesque West
Unit 1109
Montréal, Québec H3G 1T7
514-303-6919
Immigration Lawyer Howard P Eisenberg
105 Main Street East
Suite 1010
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1G6
905-527-7981
Immigration Lawyer Field Law
604 – 1 Street SW
400 The Lougheed Building
Calgary, Alberta T2P 1M7
403-260-8583
Immigration Law Firm Elgin, Cannon & Associates
970-777 Hornby Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1S4
604-683-0007
Immigration Law Firm Camporese Sullivan Di Gregorio
1 King Street West
Suite 1700
Hamilton, Ontario L7P 4Z5
905-522-7068
Immigration Law Firm Joseph S. Farkas Law Firm
3089 Bathurst St
Suite 309
Toronto, Ontario M6A 2A4
416-784-9550
Immigration Law Firm Mark A. Feigenbaum, Esq.
Suite 201 – 1137 Centre Street
Thornhill, Ontario L4J 3M6
905-695-1269
Immigration Lawyer Thornhill Fernandez-Davila & Associates
162 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5J4
613-565-8686
Immigration Law Firm Pat Filice Barrister & Solicitor
372 Stone Church Rd E
Hamilton, Ontario L9B 1B1
905-912-2425
Immigration Lawyer Watson Goepel Maledy LLP
1075 West Georgia Street
Suite 1700
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3C9
604-609-3067
Immigration Law Firm Miller Thomson LLP
600 – 60 Columbia Way
Markham, Ontario L3R 0C9
905.415.6795
Immigration Lawyer Markham Timothy C.Flannery Law Office
82 Weber Street East
Kitchener, Ontario N2P 1K3
519-578-8017
Immigration Lawyer

CASSIDY RAMSAY

210-200 Waterfront Drive

Winnipeg, MB R3B 3P1

Immigration Lawyer Winnipeg

Stewart McKelvey
644 Main Street
Suite 601, Blue Cross Centre
Moncton, New Brunsiwck E1C 9N4
506.383.2307
Immigration Lawyer Moncton Zagazeta Garcia LLP
2 Robert Speck Parkway
Suite 750
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 1H8
416-276-7252
Immigration Law Firm Guberman, Garson, Bush
130 Adelaide St. West
Suite 1920
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3P5
416-363-1234
Immigration Law Firm Gomberg Dalfen
281 Rue de la Commune Street West
Montréal, Québec H2Y 2E1
514-845-0993
Immigration Law Firm 406-1117, Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
Montréal, Québec H3B 1H9
514-849-1289
Immigration Lawyer Hansen & Company
538 9 Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0S1
403-261-6890
Immigration Law Firm Greenberg Turner
401 Bay Street
Suite 3000
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y4
416-943-0288
Immigration Law Firm Shawar Law

10973 98 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 2P7

Immigration Lawyer Edmonton

Sherritt Greene Barristers & Solicitors
301 Mount Royal Village, 1550 8th Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1K1
403-237-0202
Immigration Law Firm

Armstrong Immigration Law Group

8903 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C5

Immigration Lawyer Edmonton


Green & Spiegel
390 Bay Street
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2
416-862-7880
Immigration Law Firm Green & Spiegel
390 Bay Street
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2
416-862-7880
Immigration Law Firm Green & Spiegel
390 Bay Street
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2
416-862-7880
Immigration Law Firm Stewart Sharma Harsanyi

#800, 633 6 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2Y5

Immigration Lawyer Calgary

PricewaterhouseCoopers Immigration Law LLP
PwC Tower, 18 York Street
Suite 2600
Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B2
416-598-8849 x415
Immigration Law Firm Guberman, Garson, Bush
130 Adelaide St. West
Suite 1920
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3P5
416-363-1234
Immigration Law Firm Haidar Law
341 Talbot Street
London, Ontario N6A 2R5
519-601-2541
Immigration Lawyer Ackah Business Immigration Law

1401 1 St SE #101, Calgary, AB T2G 2J3

Immigration Lawyer Calgary

Law Office Of Munyonzwe Hamalengwa
100 Westmore Drive
Unit 18A
Toronto, Ontario M9V 5C3
416-644-1106
Immigration Lawyer Siobhan Ann Hanley
98 Surrey Street East
Guelph, Ontario N1H 3P9
519-824-2586
Immigration Lawyer Guelph Hansen & Company
538 9 Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 0S1
403-261-6890
Immigration Law Firm Sharma & Harsanyi Barristers & Solicitors
706 7 Avenue SW
Suite 200
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Z1
403-705-3398
Immigration Law Firm Boughton Law Corp
595 Burrard Street
Suite 700
Vancouver, British Columbia V7X 1S8
604.647.6747
Immigration Law Firm Heroux & Boivin
202-3930, boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel
Québec City, Québec G1P 2J2
418-877-3383
Immigration Lawyer Quebec City Gowlings
3700-1 Place Ville Marie
Montréal, Québec H3B 3P4
514-392-9563
Immigration Law Firm Wickwire Holm
1801 Hollis St., Suite 2100
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2X6
902-482-7030
Immigration Lawyer Halifax Beveridge MacPherson & Buckle
1684 Barrington Street
4th Floor
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2R7
902-423-9143
Immigration Law Firm Allen & Hodgman
3 Tremont Street
Chester, Nova Scotia BOJ 1JO
902-275-2889
Immigration Lawyer Chester Holthe Business Immigration Law
10 – 24 Mt. Burke Blvd. West
Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 7X9
403-328-1441
Immigration Lawyer Maynard Kischer Stojicevic

Embarkation Law Group
600-609 W. Hastings Street
Box 26, Princess Building
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 4W4
604-662-7404
Immigration Law Firm Clark Wilson LLP
800-885 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3H1
604-643-3158
Immigration Law Firm The Law Office Of Pablo A. Irribarra
34A Avondale Blvd
Brampton, Ontario L6T 5N3
416-825-1695
Immigration Lawyer Larlee Rosenberg
555 W Georgia St #600, Vancouver, BC V6B 2A3
(604) 681-9887

Immigration Lawyer Vancouver

Michael Jacobsen Law Corp.
355 Burrard Street
Suite 1400
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2G8
604-736-3200
Immigration Law Firm Green & Spiegel
390 Bay Street
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y2
416-862-7880
Immigration Law Firm Law Office of Matthew Jeffery
1240 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A7
416-944-3267
Immigration Lawyer Juneja & Company
640-10150 100 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0P6
780-409-8638
Immigration Law Firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Immigration Law LLP
PwC Tower, 18 York Street
Suite 2600
Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B2
416-598-8849 x405
Immigration Law Firm Jurmain Law Office
8a Clairmont St.
Thorold, Ontario L2V 1R1
905-227-2829
Immigration Law Firm Jurmain Law Office
8a Clairmont St.
Thorold, Ontario L2V 1R1
905-227-2829
Immigration Law Firm Hulka Porter LLP
110 Tecumseh Rd. E.
Suite 200
Windsor, Ontario N8X 2P8
519-254-5952
Immigration Lawyer Windsor Drysdale Bacon McStravick
1055 West Hastings Street
Suite 300
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2E9
604-939-8321
Immigration Law Firm Capelle Kane Immigration Lawyers Prof Corp
311 Richmond Road
Suite 300
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 6X3
613-230-7070
Immigration Law Firm BCF LLP
1100 René-Lévesque Blvd. W.
25th Floor
Montréal, Québec H3B 5C9
514-397-5584
Immigration Law Firm David Aujla

645 Fort St #204, Victoria, BC V8W 1G2

Immigration Lawyer Victoria BC

Maynard Kischer Stojicevic
500-1168 Hamilton Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2S2
604-632-0188
Immigration Law Firm Roger Jacques Kothary, Esq.
3869, rue de Mentana
Montréal, Québec H2L 3R7
514-826-3869
Immigration Lawyer Rosenblatt Associates
645 King St W.
2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1M5
416-861-0869
Immigration Law Firm Kranc Associates
425 University Ave.
Suite 500
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1T6
416-977-7500
Immigration Law Firm Kreindler Law
145 King Street West
Suite 2000
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2B6
416-649-4550
Immigration Lawyer Kurland Tobe
950-1111 Melville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3V6
604-669-0838
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1192 Fort St.
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3K8
250.381.2151
Immigration Law Firm Hugues Langlais Law Firm
1470 Peel Street
Suite B-915
Montréal, Québec H3A 1T1
514-990-2249
Immigration Law Firm Zaifman Immigration Lawyers
5th Floor, 191 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0X1
204-944-8888
Immigration Lawyer Winnipeg Embarkation Law Group
600-609 W. Hastings Street
Box 26, Princess Building
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 4W4
604-662-7404
Immigration Law Firm Vandervennen Lehrer
45 St Nicholas St
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1W6
416-963-8405
Immigration Law Firm Barbara J Leiter
4473 St. Catherine West
Montréal, Québec H37 1R6
514-395-2010
Immigration Lawyer McDougall Gauley LLP
701 Broadway Avenue
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3L7
306-565-5104
Immigration Lawyer Saskatoon Law Offices Of Michael Loebach
171 Queens Avenue
Suite 508
London, Ontario N6A 5J7
519-439-3031
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680 Waterloo Street
London, Ontario N6A 3V8
519-672-2251
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50 Queen Street North
Suite 1020
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 6M2
519-575-7528
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Nanaimo, British Columbia V9T 5N1
250-729-9048
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1580 Merivale Road
Suite 201
Nepean, Ontario K2G 4B5
613-238-6180
Immigration Lawyer Nepean Huckvale Wilde Harvie MacLennan LLP
410 6th Street South
Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 2C9
403-328-8856
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576 England Avenue
Suite 306
Courtenay, British Columbia V9N 2N3
250-338-0202
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82 Richmond Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1P1
416-862-0000
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920 Derry Road East
Mississauga, Ontario L5T 2X6
905-565-5770
Immigration Lawyer Vandervennen Lehrer
45 St Nicholas St
45 St Nicholas St
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1W6
416-963-8405
Immigration Law Firm Veeman Law

616 10th St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0G9

Immigration Lawyer Saskatoon

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701 West Georgia Street
15th Floor
Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1C6
604-633-1815
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10808 130 Street
Surrey, British Columbia V3T 0A7
604-588-9800
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1 Germain Street
Brunswick Square, Suite 1500
St. John, New Brunsiwck E2L 4H8
709-570-5530
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806 Victoria Ave, Regina, SK S4N 0R6

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680 Waterloo
London, Ontario N6A 3V8
519-672-2121
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680 Waterloo Street
London, Ontario N6A 3V8
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500-1168 Hamilton Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2S2
604-632-0188
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251 Goyeau Street
Suite #508
Windsor, Ontario N9A 6V2
519-256-4508
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Canada By Choice Immigration

321 Tecumseh Rd E, Windsor, ON N8X 2R5

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Spectrum HR Law LLP
639 5th Avenue SW
Suite 1950
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0M9
403-444-8100
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120 Traders Boulevard East
Unit # 114
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 2H7
905-949-0101
Immigration Lawyer Macdermid Lamarsh
301-3rd Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1M6
306-652-9422
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500-2220 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0M8
306-565-6500
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302-2695 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3H4
604-736-6717
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200-537 Leon Avenue
Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 2A9
250-979-2521
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211 Division Street
Kingston, Ontario K7K 3Z2
613-542-2192
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33 Alderney Drive
Suite 700
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 2N4
902-460-3433
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8 Finch Ave West
North York, Ontario M2N 6L1
416-733-3193
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Matatyau Moyal
48 Finch Ave W
Toronto, Ontario M2N 2H2
416-733-0330
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1 James Street South
11th Floor
Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4R5
905-528-7963
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440 Laurier Ave W #200, Ottawa, ON K1R 7X6

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121 Richmond St. West
Suite 900
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2K1
416-363-1867
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10339-124 Street NW
Suite 200
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 3W1
780-448-7401
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Kelowna, British Columbia V1W 4V5
250-870-9088
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304-197 County Court Boulevard
Brampton, Ontario L5V 1C2
905-487-6333
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304-197 County Court Boulevard
Brampton, Ontario L5V 1C2
905-487-6333
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203-28 Owen Street
Barrie, Ontario L4M 3G7
705-792-7818
Immigration Lawyer Barrie Okpala Law Offices
105 Main Street East
Suite 1201
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1G6
905-524-1999
Immigration Lawyer North Star Immigration Law Inc.
5475 Spring Garden Rd Suite 701, Halifax, NS B3J 3T2

(902) 446-4747
Immigration Lawyer Halifax

Field Law
604 – 1 Street SW
400 The Lougheed Building
Calgary, Alberta T2P 1M7
403-260-8569
Immigration Law Firm O’Reilly Law Office
3755 Douglas Ridge Link SE
Calgary, Alberta T2Z 3H7
403-252-8004
Immigration Lawyer Pelech Otto & Powell
149 Main Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 1G4
905-522-4696
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9300 Tecumseh Road East
Windsor, Ontario N8R 1A2
519-735-0034
Immigration Lawyer Windsor Pace Law Firm
295 The West Mall
6th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M9C 4Z4
416-734-0404
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1 Carre Westmount Square
Suite 1500
Montréal, Québec H3Z 2P9
514-961-6222
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3009B-28 Street
Justice Park Place
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 4Z7
250-542-1177
Immigration Law Firm Gad Pariente

83 Saint-Paul St W, Montreal, QC H2Y 1Z1

Immigration Lawyer Montreal

TMC Law
50 Cornwallis Street
Kentville, Nova Scotia B4N 2E4
902-678-6156
Immigration Lawyer Kentville Judith E.Phipps
314 Frederick Street
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 2N7
519-578-9660
Immigration Lawyer Kitchener The Law Offices of Charles W. Pley
2660 Sherwood Heights Drive
Suite 102
Oakville, Ontario L6J 7Y8
905-829-3888
Immigration Law Firm Hulka Porter LLP
110 Tecumseh Rd. E.
Suite 200
Windsor, Ontario N8X 2P8
519-254-5952
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419 Concession Street
Hamilton, Ontario L9A 1C1
905-388-4949
Immigration Lawyer Parmanand Prashad & Assoc
259 Traders Blvd. E,
Unit13
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 2E5
905-712-1680
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259 Traders Blvd. E,
Unit13
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z 2E5
905-712-1680
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439 University Ave
Suite 1200
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Y8
416-972-9001
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1 Hunter Street East
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 3R1
905-528-8411
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33 Bloor Street East
16th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3H1
416-960-8876
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212 Brant Avenue
Brantford, Ontario N3T 3H9
519-751-0555
Immigration Lawyer Frank A. Johnson
220 Portage Avenue
Suite 1308
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0A5
204-957-0951
Immigration Lawyer Winnipeg Patricia Wells Immigration Lawyers
920 Yonge Street,
Suite 510
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3C7
416-535-6873
Immigration Law Firm Cox & Palmer
1100-1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3N2
902-491-4124
Immigration Law Firm John Rokakis
John Rokakis
400-374 Ouellette Ave
Windsor, Ontario N9A 1A8
519-256-1900
Immigration Lawyer Rosenblatt Associates
645 King St W.
2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1M5
416-847-6888
Immigration Law Firm Cecil L Rotenberg QC
245 Fairveiw Drive
Suite 608
Toronto, Ontario M2J 4T1
416-498-0400
Immigration Lawyer Joseph S. Farkas Law Firm
3089 Bathurst St
Suite 309
Toronto, Ontario M6A 2A4
416-784-9550
Immigration Law Firm Bedford Law
1496 Bedford Highway
Suite 100
Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 1E5
902-832-2100
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680 Rexdale Blvd
Suite 201
Toronto, Ontario M9W 0B5
416-213-8882
Immigration Lawyer Negi Samson LLP
15 Wertheim Court
Suite 203
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3H7
289-597-0606
Immigration Lawyer Richmond Hill Cross Border Law
Suite 204 – 1730 West 2nd Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia VGJ 1H6
604-742-4242
Immigration Law Firm Mamann Sandaluk
82 Richmond Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1P1
416-862-0000
Immigration Law Firm Miller Thomson LLP
10th Floor, 840 Howe Street
Suite 1000
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2M1
604-643-1282
Immigration Law Firm Scarfone Law
400-1500 Ouellette Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N8X 1K7
519-252-1453
Immigration Lawyer The Offices of Marla E Schechter Inc.
373 Marlee Avenue
Suite 11
Toronto, Ontario M6B 4K4
416-566-2386
Immigration Lawyer Schelew, Shacter
45 St. Clair Avenue West
Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1K6
416-848-1212
Immigration Law Firm Rekai Frankel LLP
33 Bloor Street East
16th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3H1
416-960-8876
Immigration Law Firm Robin L. Seligman Professional Corporation
30 St. Clair Ave. West
10th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4V 3A1
416-967-7878
Immigration Lawyer Hansma Bristow & Finlay LLP
13815 – 127 Street
2nd Floor
Edmonton, Alberta T6V 1A8
780-456-3661
Immigration Law Firm Laura Setzer
204-12212 Jasper Avenue Nw
24 Bayswater Ave.
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 2E4
613-235-1266
Immigration Lawyer Active Professionals
2705 Centre Street NW
Suite 200
Calgary, Alberta T2E 2V5
403-590-3818
Immigration Law Firm Sharma & Harsanyi Barristers & Solicitors
706 7 Avenue SW
Suite 200
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Z1
403-705-3398
Immigration Law Firm Clark Wilson LLP
800-885 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3H1
604.891.7719
Immigration Law Firm MacKay & Sharp
1580 Merivale Road
Suite 201
Nepean, Ontario K2G 4B5
613-238-6180
Immigration Law Firm Shawar + Company
15924 128 St
Edmonton, Alberta T6V 1B2
780-995-8594
Immigration Law Firm Peter Shen
500-20 Hughson Street South
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 2A1
905-527-5911
Immigration Lawyer Sherritt Greene Barristers & Solicitors
301 Mount Royal Village, 1550 8th Street S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2R 1K1
403-237-0202
Immigration Law Firm Shahdad Shimi
56 Aberfoyle Cres.
Suite 840
Toronto, Ontario M8X 2W4
416-622-2162
Immigration Lawyer PricewaterhouseCoopers Immigration Law LLP
PwC Tower, 18 York Street
Suite 2600
Toronto, Ontario M5J 0B2
416-598-8849 x409
Immigration Law Firm Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Resource Ce
4999 Ste-Catherine St. W
Suite 515
Montréal, Québec H3Z 1T3
514-487-2011
Immigration Law Firm Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Resource Ce
287 MacPherson Avenue
Suite 101
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1A4
1-888-817-2011
Immigration Law Firm Sirois Law Firm P.C.
2424 College Ave.
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1C8
306-585-6288
Immigration Lawyer Smith Law Group
340-10621 100 Avenue Nw
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0B3
780-421-1899
Immigration Law Firm Somjen & Peterson Law Office
1240 Bay Street
Suite 810
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A7
416-922-8083
Immigration Law Firm Phoenix Immigration & Legal Services Inc
1935 32 Avenue NE
Suite 213
Calgary, Alberta T2E 7C8
403-568-3000
Immigration Law Firm Stam Law Office
1186 Roland Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 5M4
807-346-1320
Immigration Lawyer Merrick Jamieson Sterns Washington & Mahody
5475 Spring Garden Rd
Suite 503
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3T2
902-429-3123
Immigration Law Firm Maynard Kischer Stojicevic
500-1168 Hamilton Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2S2
604-632-0188
Immigration Law Firm James Stuart Law Office
Duke Tower, Corp. Square, Suite 604 – 30 Duke Street West
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 3W5
519-743-1919
Immigration Lawyer Robert I. Blanshay Canadian Immigration Lawyers
228 Gerrard Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2E8
417-413-4955
Immigration Law Firm Suleman & Co Canadian Immigration & Citize
1750 East 10th Avenue
Suite 407
Vancouver, British Columbia V5N 5K4
604-685-8472
Immigration Law Firm McCuaig Desrochers LLP
2401 Toronto Dominion Tower
10088 – 102 Avenue SW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2Z1
780-426-4660
Immigration Law Firm Julie Taub
451 Daly Ave.
Suite 103
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6H6
613-222-4446
Immigration Lawyer Ranbir Thind & Associates
9704 39 Avenue NW
Suite 114
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 6M7
780-432-7000
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228 Gerrard Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2E8
418-413-4955
Immigration Law Firm Thompson Law Office
4A South Court Street
Suite 17B
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 2W4
807-346-8695
Immigration Lawyer Thunder Bay Stewart McKelvey
44 Chipman Hill
Suite 1000, Brunswick House
Saint John, New Brunsiwck E2L 4S6
506.637.9230
Immigration Law Firm Zaifman Immigration Lawyers
5th Floor, 191 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0X1
204-944-8888
Immigration Law Firm Donna Tiqui-Shebib Law
20 Hughson Street South
Suite 406
Hamilton, Ontario L8N 2A1
905-523-8049
Immigration Lawyer Kurland Tobe
950-1111 Melville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3V6
604-669-0838
Immigration Law Firm Brian Edward Tadayoshi Tsuji
950-1111 Melville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3V6
1-888-299-0111
Immigration Lawyer Turner Immigration Law
400-888 Fort Street
Victoria, British Columbia V8W 1H8
250-590-3560
Immigration Lawyer Silvia Valdman & Associates
1920 Yonge Street
Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario M4S 3E2
416-840-4403
Immigration Lawyer Silvia Valdman & Associates
451 Daly Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6H6
613-244-6096
Immigration Lawyer Vandervennen Lehrer
45 St Nicholas St
45 St Nicholas St
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1W6
416-963-8405
Immigration Law Firm Van Drunen Law Office
58 Queen Street South
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1V6
519-576-5941
Immigration Lawyer Natasha A. Grof
4Flr-931 Fort Street
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3K3
250.383.9104
Immigration Law Firm McDougall Gauley LLP
701 Broadway Avenue
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3L7
306-565-5169
Immigration Lawyer Saskatoon Windsor Law Group
200-931 Fort Street
Victoria, British Columbia V8V 3K3
250-385-6004
Immigration Law Firm Sullivan Festeryga LLP
1 James Street South
11th Floor
Hamilton, Ontario L8P 4R5
905-528-7963
Immigration Law Firm Patricia Wells Immigration Lawyers
920 Yonge Street,
Suite 510
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3C7
416-535-6873
Immigration Law Firm Russ Weninger
144 – 4th Avenue SW
Suite 2600,
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3N4
403-303-3208
Immigration Lawyer Corporate Immigration Law Firm
357 Bay Street
Suite 404
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2T7
416-368-7444
Immigration Law Firm Klein, Winbaum & Frank
400-267 Pelissier Street,
Windsor, Ontario N9A 4K4
519-258-4199
Immigration Law Firm Caron & Partners LLP
2100-700 2nd Street SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2W1
403-260-1585
Immigration Law Firm Greenberg Turner
401 Bay Street
Suite 3000
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2Y4
416-943-0288
Immigration Law Firm Beveridge MacPherson & Buckle
1684 Barrington Street
4th Floor
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2R7
902-423-9143
Immigration Law Firm Boyne Clarke
33 Alderney Drive
Suite 700
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 2N4
902-460-3406
Immigration Law Firm The Law Office of Joseph Young
20 Cumberland Street
Toronto, Ontario M4W 1J5
416-969-8887
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310 Wyandotte Street East
Windsor, Ontario N9A 3H6
519-255-7595
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5th Floor, 191 Lombard Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0X1
204-944-8888
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583 Annette Street
Unit A
Toronto, Ontario M6S 2C3
416-763-4671
Immigration Lawyer

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Immigrate to Canada

From 2020 through 2021, Canada will welcome more than one million new immigrants through its many immigration programs. There are many possible pathways for securing Canadian permanent residence , but the Canadim Team is committed to keeping things simple!

Canada Immigration Programs

It is an ideal time to apply for Canadian immigration as long term plans project a steady increase in the number of immigrants accepted to Canada each year. Canada offers many programs which allow a person to apply for Canadian permanent residence . While these programs differ greatly, they can be broken down into four categories:

Economic Immigration Programs

The majority of Canada’s new immigrants are accepted through economic immigration programs. These programs are designed to help those with relevant work experience and/or education to resettle in Canada and contribute to the Canadian economy. There are several different categories of economic immigration programs.

Express Entry

In January 2015, the federal government introduced the Express Entry system for managing Canadian permanent resident applications submitted through economic programs. The Express Entry system encompasses three different programs:

As well, each of Canada’s provinces and territories operate their own immigration programs, called Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs). Some of these PNPs are aligned with Express Entry. This means that a province can nominate a foreign national for Express Entry immigration to Canada!

The Express Entry system is a merit-based immigration system. This means that simply meeting the minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee that a person will be able to immigrate to Canada. Instead, all eligible candidates are ranked against one another based on a number of criteria, and only the most competitive candidates are invited to submit an application for permanent residence.

Quebec Immigration

The province of Quebec retains a high level of autonomy and authority over its immigration programs and policies. For this reason, Quebec’s immigration programs are unique, offering a number of pathways not available in the other provinces.

Generally, those interested in applying for permanent residence in Quebec must first apply for and receive a certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ). Once an applicant has a CSQ, they are eligible to submit an official application for permanent residence to the federal immigration authorities. Quebec offers two economic immigration programs for those interested in immigrating to the province:

Provincial Nominee Programs

Canada has ten provinces and three territories. With the exception of Quebec, all of these provinces and territories manage their own immigration programs designed to target their individual economic and demographic needs, called Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). PNPs vary greatly in terms of program type, eligibility requirements, and applications procedures.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot

In 2020, Canada’s Atlantic provinces launched a new immigration program designed to stimulate economic growth in the region. The program is considered a pilot program, meaning it’s the first of its kind and is subject to change. This program aims to accept a maximum number of 2,000 new immigrants each year, with quotas increasing to 4,000 by 2020.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot program is unique because it allows designated employers from the Atlantic provinces to hire foreign nationals without obtaining a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). The designated employers assist eligible foreign nationals with the submission of permanent residency applications and long-term settlement. Canada’s Atlantic provinces include New Brunswick , Newfoundland and Labrador , Nova Scotia , and Prince Edward Island .

Business Immigration Programs

The Canadian Government provides a wealth of opportunities for potential immigrants with the skills needed to develop businesses in Canada. There exist a number of unique immigration programs offering accelerated permanent residence to entrepreneurs willing to bring their business management skills to Canada, financial investors willing to commit support for Canadian ventures, and self-employed persons able to put their unique skills to work in Canada. Learn more about Canada’s business immigration programs below!

Investor Programs

To be eligible for Canada’s investor immigration programs , individuals must have a net worth in the millions of dollars and the willingness to invest significant funds in the Canadian economy. Presently, there are two such programs in Canada.

Entrepreneur Programs

Canada offers entrepreneur immigration options for foreign nationals with significant experience as entrepreneurs with a proven track record of success. There are a variety of programs available for those with business management experience as well as those with experience starting new businesses.

Self-Employed Programs

Self-Employed programs offer some individuals working in self-employed positions an opportunity to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents. Self-employed persons will be asked to provide documented proof of self-employment as well as an intention to maintain self-employment once they arrive in Canada.

Family Sponsorship Programs

The Canadian government recognizes that the separation of families is a challenging process. For this reason, Canada has instituted several immigration programs designed to reunite family members. Under Canada’s immigrations goals for family reunification, Canadian citizens and permanent residents may be eligible to sponsor spouses, common-law partners, children and other dependents, parents, and grandparents.

Spouse or Common-Law Partner Sponsorship

Under current immigration programs, most Canadian citizens or permanent residents are eligible to sponsor their spouses or common-law partners for Canadian immigration. When married, a person can generally sponsor their spouse for Canadian permanent residence as long as the marriage is legally recognized in both Canada and the country of marriage. For common-law partners, a person can sponsor their partner for Canadian permanent residence as long as the couple meets Canada’s definition of legal common-law partnership. There do exist exceptions to these rules.

Child or Other Dependant Sponsorship

Canada’s immigration system enables most parents to sponsor their dependent children and other legal dependants for Canadian permanent residence. To do this, the parent must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and the person being sponsored must meet Canada’s definition of being a dependant. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada defines a dependent child as any child under 22 years old who does not have a spouse or common-law partner. As well, it may be possible for a child over the age of 22 to qualify as a dependent child if they are unable to financially support themselves because of a mental or physical condition.

Parent or Grandparent Sponsorship

It is possible for Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their parents and/or grandparents to join them in Canada. In order to be eligible, the sponsor must meet certain financial requirements proving that they could financially support their parents or grandparents, if necessary. This program uses a lottery system to select sponsors, with a target quota of 10,000 new applications annually.

Humanitarian and Refugee Options

Canada has an international reputation as a leader in accepting new refugees and other immigrants for humanitarian and compassionate reasons . A significant portion of Canada’s annual immigration target is dedicated to admitting refugees.

Canada Immigration FAQ

What is a permanent res >

A Canadian permanent resident is a citizen of another country who has been granted permission to live in Canada as a permanent resident. Once a person has permanent resident status, they have the right to live and work anywhere in the country. Permanent residents receive a significant number of benefits in Canada, including: access to healthcare and social services, the right to live, work, and study anywhere in Canada, and protection under Canadian law. As well, after being a permanent resident for a certain amount of time, permanent residents are eligible to apply to become Canadian citizens ! Notably, Canadian permanent residents do not have the right to vote in Canadian elections.

What is a citizen?


Canadian citizens have many rights and privileges in Canada. Citizens have access to healthcare, social services, support under the law. A citizen can live, work, and study, anywhere in Canada, and has the right to vote in Canadian elections. As well, citizenship cannot be revoked or removed. All people born in Canada automatically qualify for Canadian citizenship. As well, foreign nationals can become naturalized Canadian citizens by going through the proper application process with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Can I work anywhere in Canada?

Once a person has Canadian permanent resident status , they have the authorization to live and work anywhere in Canada. If a foreign national does not have Canadian permanent resident status, then they must have the proper authorization to work in Canada. Usually, this authorization comes in the form of a Canadian work permit .

Can I bring my family?

Certain immigration programs allow foreign nationals to immigrate to Canada with their family members. However, the family members able to accompany a foreign national varies depending on the immigration program. For example, those immigrating through Canada’s Express Entry system are eligible to include their spouse and dependent children on the application, but not their parents. However, Canada has family sponsorship programs enabling Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner, dependent children, and parents/grandparents. In order to determine whether or not your family members may join you, first you must determine which immigration pathway you choose to pursue!

How long does it take to immigrate to Canada?

The processing times for Canadian immigration programs vary widely from program to program. Under Canada’s new Express Entry system , some applications for permanent residence are processed in less than 6 months. Meanwhile, other programs may take two years or more to be processed. Once you have determined which program is best suited to your immigration needs, you may confirm the average processing times as indicated by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Which immigration program is best for me?

In order to determine which immigration program is best for you, we need to know some information about your personal profile! To find out more, please complete one of our free immigration assessments and we will contact you to discuss your eligibility. These are the four major categories of Canadian immigration:

How much money do I need to immigrate to Canada?

The cost of immigrating varies greatly depending on the immigration program and the applicant’s profile. Usually, there are a few layers of cost, including government processing fees, documentation costs, and proof of settlement funds. Learn more about Canadian immigration processing fees.

What documents do I need?

The documents required for an immigration application depends on the program to which you are applying. Documents might include identification documents, educational records, proof of work experience, financial history, etc. In order to determine the documents you will require, first you have to determine which immigration program is best for you!

Do I need a job offer?

No. While some Canadian immigration programs require applicants to have a Canadian job offer, there are a range of programs and options available to foreign nationals without an offer of employment in Canada.

Is it required to take the IELTS English exam?

The IELTS exam is not a requirement for some Canadian immigration programs. However, many pathways to Canadian immigration require that an applicant submits official language test results in either English or French.

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Как переехать в Канаду на ПМЖ? Иммиграция в Канаду и способы иммиграции в 2020

Иммиграция в Канаду для многих неосуществимая мечта. А мы ваши мечты и желания выполняем. Вас однозначно интересуют много вопросов и мы на них здесь ответим. Мы помогаем в иммиграции в Канаду из любого уголка мира. Новейшие программы иммиграции в Канаду [2020], виза в Канаду, иммиграция через учебу, бизнес иммиграция в Канаду, профессиональная иммиграция в Канаду, трудовая иммиграция в Канаду и это только малая часть нашей помощи Вам.

Преимущество для Вас

Наше преимущество для Вас — это наш Лицензированный Иммиграционный Консультант Канады, Елена Королёва. Елена имеет более 7 лет опыта успешной работы с огромным количеством кейсов наших клиентов. Мы работаем по всем иммиграционным программам Канады, а также по получению ПМЖ граждан других стран, находящихся на территории Канады.

Помощь в иммиграции в Канаду — наша основная цель работы. Так как мы когда-то были на вашем месте, и понимаем вас, как никто другой!

Способы иммиграции в Канаду в 2020

Существует множество способов как переехать в Канаду:

  1. Федеральная иммиграционная программа
  2. Провинциальные иммиграционные программы
  3. Программа семейного спонсорства
  4. Иммиграция в Канаду через учебу
  5. Иммиграция в Канаду через инвестиции, открытие бизнеса или Start-Up Visa
  6. Иммиграция в Канаду через работу
  7. Иммиграция в Канаду через Атлантический Пилотный Проект

Мы всегда с радостью поможем Вам выбрать наиболее подходящий для вашей семейной ситуации вариант. Здесь Вы можете сразу заполнить анкету, которая займет 5-8 минут. Мы предоставим профессиональную поддержку на каждом шагу иммиграционного процесса – от подбора иммиграционной программы до получения вида на жительство в Канаде.

Стоимость наших услуг по оформлению иммиграции в Канаду составляет от 1,500 до 8,500 долларов США на всю семью. Только в редких случаях (при сложной семейной ситуации или бизнес иммиграция в Канаду) стоимость наших услуг может быть выше.

Социальная адаптация в Канаде. Услуги по оформлению документов на временное пребывание в Канаде

Мы также, оказываем бесплатные услуги по социальной адаптации для наших клиентов после Вашего приезда в Канаду. Адаптация в Канаде — это главное после переезда в Канаду.

Социальная адаптация в Канаде:

  1. Открытие счета в канадском банке,
  2. Получение номера социального страхования,
  3. Получение разрешения на бесплатное медицинское обслуживание для всех членов семьи,
  4. Мы поможем Вам с поиском жилья в Канаде,
  5. Поиск работы в Канаде,
  6. Оформление детей в школу в Канаде,
  7. Выбор школы для ребенка в Канаде.

Мы оказываем услуги по оформлению документов на временное пребывание в Канаде по программам:

  1. Изучения языка,
  2. Обучение в Канаде,
  3. Работа в Канаде,
  4. Рабочая виза в Канаду,
  5. По программам найма нянь или домработниц,
  6. Туристическая виза в Канаду,
  7. Гостевая виза в Канаду.


Стоимость таких услуг составляет 750-1500 долларов США.

Все наши отношения с Вами закрепляются юридически на основании подписанного договора. Для сохранения вашего времени, мы предлагаем юридическую консультацию онлайн и мы всегда на связи.

Мы не просим оплачивать сразу весь иммиграционный процесс, в отличие от других компаний. Все финансовые расчеты производятся через банк поэтапно, при продвижении по иммиграционному процессу.

Иммиграция в Канаду

Оформление Виз в Канаду

Продление Виз в Канаду

Семейное Спонсорство в Канаду

Разрешение на Работу в Канаде

Недвижимость в Канаде

Программа «Няня» в Канаде

Восстановление документов в Канаде

Продление PR-карт Канады/ Продление Канадской визы

Перевод документов для Канады/ для визы, иммиграции и для получения паспорта

Подбор иммиграционной программы

Преимущества нашей компании для Вас!

Если Вы находитесь в самом начале иммиграционного пути, то мы поможем Вам определиться с наиболее быстрым и наименее затратным способом иммиграции в Канаду.

Подбор вариантов выезда в Канаду для Вашей семьи производится на основании:

  1. Анализа образования,
  2. Опыта работы,
  3. Другой информации для каждого взрослого члена семьи (возраст, уровень владения языками, наличием родственников/друзей и многое другое).

После получения заполненной анкеты и оплаты, с Вами свяжется представитель нашего иммиграционного отдела Somira Canada Group, для уточнения вопросов связанных с данными анкеты.

Через 2-3 рабочих дня, Вы получите письменные рекомендации от лицензированного канадского консультанта. Это будет детальное описание возможных программ иммиграции в Канаду , которые подходят Вам и Вашей семье.

В письменную рекомендацию входит:

  • Детальное описание плана действий для выезда в Канаду
  • Указание сроков и стоимости каждой программы иммиграции в Канаду .

У вас также будет возможность бесплатно провести дополнительную консультацию для уточнения всех интересующих Вас вопросов.

Такая услуга стоит 35 долларов США. В стоимость этой услуги входит живое общение по телефону или скайпу с сотрудником нашей компании Somira Canada Group. Сотрудник даст Вам все ответы на любые Ваши вопросы, после получения рекомендаций.

Для начала работы Вам необходимо заполнить анкету прямо здесь:

Почему мы берем оплату за подготовку рекомендаций на иммиграцию в Канаду?

Вы наверняка находили предложения в интернете о бесплатной оценке шансов по иммиграции в Канаду. Если да, то читайте далее, почему нас выбрали более 1000+ людей со всего мира.

  • В нашей компании баллы просчитывает не компьютерная программа, а лицензированный канадский иммиграционный консультант с большим стажем работы.
  • Консультант Somira Canada Group, на основании заполненной анкеты, укажет наиболее приемлемые и экономически выгодные пути для получения вида на жительство в Канаде именно для Вас и Вашей семьи индивидуально.
  • Если Вы не набираете нужные баллы в данный момент, то наша компания Вам порекомендует, какие действия необходимо предпринять.
  • Наши рекомендации помогут Вам полностью подойти под требования той или иной иммиграционной программы в Канаду. Это позволит Вам спланировать свои действия и средства для достижения Вашей цели.
  • ***** Если вдруг Вы пробовали подать на иммиграцию в Канаду через другое агентство или самостоятельно, и вам пришел отказ, то на основании нашего многолетнего опыта работы с разной сложностью кейсов, мы постараемся решить Вашу проблему в кратчайшие сроки и получить визу в Канаду после отказа.

Мы помогли 1000+ клиентам осуществить их мечту. Присоединяйтесь к нам и получите свое пмж в Канаде и потом свое канадское гражданство.

Canada Immigration Program Step by Step 2020

KNOW HOW TO APPLY FOR CANADA IMMIGRATION FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ?

Canada Immigration

If you are planning to relocate to a new country, then Canada is one of the most ideal countries in the world to settle. With best of opportunities in professional front and high standard of living, Canada has become the prime destination for immigrants all over the world. What makes shifting to Canada lucrative are the lenient immigration laws and astute lifestyle that the country offers. All you need to do is apply for the Canada immigration through the Permanent Residency (PR) status as it is the most beneficial way to migrate to Canada. The Permanent Residency (PR) status is granted to the applicant for a period of five years, it is a family visa which provides profitable benefits like free healthcare, free education and protection against crime under the Canadian charter 6 of Rights and freedom.

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What are the professional opportunities that Canada offers?

Canada has something to offer to almost every profession – skilled workers, business men, investors or anything else. For the skilled candidates, there are various occupational opportunities for almost every sector like IT, healthcare, teaching line etc. all that the candidate needs to be aware of is the National Occupational Classification (NOC) in which skill levels O, A and B are highly acceptable. For business men and investors, there are ample of opportunities as well and they need to meet the basic legal requirements for running an enterprise and should have enough funds to invest in the country. Rest the skills and talent can help you expand your business and create ideal living conditions for yourself in Canada.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT WORK OPPORTUNITIES IN CANADA?

How to apply for the Permanent Res >

With the latest changes introduced in the immigration model, the immigration process with the PR status has given wings to the candidates. The Permanent Residency (PR) status can be availed through three main pathways – Express Entry Program, Provincial Nominee Program(PNP) and Quebec Skilled Workers Program(QSWP)

Express Entry Program

It was introduced in 2015 and is a selection model which is federal in nature. It is a pathway for skilled candidates to migrate to Canada and is a highly beneficial option for the immigrants with which the candidate can migrate to Canada in 6 months time. The candidates under this program are evaluated on the basis of point measurement system and the factors that contribute in the point calculation are listed below:

  • Age – The age bracket which can help the cand >The Express Entry Draws are released by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada) in which the minimum qualifying Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) point score is announced. All those candidates who secure the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) point score are considered fit to apply for the Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada and are sent and ITA (Invitation to apply) which needs to be responded in 60 days time.

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

The candidates who fail to qualify through the Express Entry Program due to some reason need not lose hope as they can apply for the Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). The Provincial Nominee is for a particular province’s Permanent Residency (PR) status in which the candidate needs to meet the eligibility for the province to attain its Permanent Residency (PR) status. The candidate should ethically stay in that province for a minimum period of two years of which the Permanent Residency (PR) status is achieved. The eligibility for every province is different and they pay huge importance to the occupation in-demand in their region at the time of selection of candidates. Some of the examples are –

  • Nova Scotia wants the candidate’s occupation to be in-demand in their region and there should be an IELTS score of minimum 4.5 band.
  • Saskatchewan asks for a score of 60-point grid out of 100

Quebec Skilled Workers Program (QSWP)

The Quebec region has its own eligibility criteria for immigration to Canada. The Permanent Residency (PR) status of the Quebec region can be attained after the candidate has met the minimum qualifying criteria of the province. The selection model is point based and the candidate should undergo the process of immigration through this model in two stages-

  • The CSQ (certificate of selection of Quebec) needs to be achieved from the Quebec province
  • The approval of the federal government after receiving the CSQ should be attained.

The Quebec region places huge importance on the knowledge of the French language. Thus, people with the knowledge of the French language have an extra advantage in the Quebec region.

APPLY FOR THE PR STATUS OF CANADA THROUGH EXPRESS ENTRY PROGRAM

What is the processing time for the Permanent Res >

The processing time for the Permanent Residency (PR) status is basically the time taken to complete the process of moving to Canada. The processing time is largely dependent on the type of candidature and also the program through which the candidate has filed his visa application. However, the fastest mode to immigrate to Canada is through the Express Entry program, with which the candidate can migrate to Canada is 6 months or less as claimed by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada).


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The list of documents which will be required to help you with the Canada Immigration?

The documents that are required are also based on the type of candidature and program through which the candidate has applied for the Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada. But, on a general pattern there are certain documents which are asked for and the list of those documents is provided below:

  • IELTS / CLB examination score
  • Educational certificates / degrees/ diplomas
  • Passport
  • Photographs
  • Resume (recently updated)
  • The work experience letters from previous employers
  • Proof of funds – (bank statements / debentures / bonds/ shares)
  • Recent medical record
  • Police verification

These are some general requirements the documents list can change as per the demand of the CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada)

Trans-Canada Highway

The Trans-Canada Highway is the main Canadian Highway used mostly if people are driving long distances. The main route on the highway spans a total of 8,030 km across all ten Provinces, thus making it one of the longest national highways in the world!

Route Details

The Highway goes from Western British Columbia all the way to the island of Newfoundland. It goes through all ten provinces, but does not go through any of the three Territories.

British Columbia

The main route of the highway through BC is dubbed Highway 1. However, the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16) is also considered part of the Trans-Canada Highway.

Highway 1

The section of the highway through British Columbia is 1,039 km long, including Ferry travel.

The «beginning» of the highway is in Victoria, on the intersection of Douglas Street and Dallas Road. A large «Mile Zero» sign marks the start of the highway. The highway travels north from here, passing through the Goldstream Provincial Park to Malahat.

From here, the highway continues north to the town of Mill Bay. North of Mill Bay, the highway drives through a series of traffic lights, each leading to a different town (Shawnigan Lake, Cobble Hill, Cowichan Bay, and Duncan) before arriving at an intersection that leads to Chemainus.

From here, the highway goes northwest towards the city of Ladysmith, and then to Cassidy. North of Cassidy, the highway reaches Nanaimo, where it will go north to the Departure Bay ferry terminal.

The ferry then travels 57km to the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal in West Vancouver

From Horseshoe Bay, the highway travels east to the district of North Vancouver. East of here, the highway crosses the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing (A bridge that goes over the Burrard Inlet) into the city of Vancouver. From here, it proceeds east to the city of Burnaby. The highway continues east through the city of Coquitlam before crossing the Port Mann Bridge into Surrey.

East of Surrey, the highway enters the city of Langley, where it continues east through the cities of Abbottsford and Chilliwack. Once the highway reaches Hope, it takes the exit off the freeway.

After leaving the freeway, the highway goes north out of Hope, across the Fraser River. This leads to a route that crosses through seven tunnels, and travels through the towns of Yale, Spuzzum, Boston Bar, and Lytton. It then leaves the Fraser River, and starts following the Thompson River northeast to a junction at Highway 8. The highway then goes north to Cache Creek, where it merges with Highway 97. It then proceeds north through Savona where it merges with Highway 5, and continues to Kamloops.

From Kamloops, the highway travels east through the towns of Pritchard, Chase, and Sorrento, before finally reaching Salmon Arm. It then travels east some more through Sicamous, Malakwa, Craigellachie, Three Valley Gap, finally stopping at a junction with Highway 23 in Revelstoke, located on the Columbia River at the base of Rogers Pass

From here, the Trans-Canada Highway travels along Rogers Pass through Mount Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park to Donald, where it crosses the Columbia River into Golden. (There is a Time Zone boundary located between Revelstoke and Donald). It then travels east through Yoho National Park to Field, and goes to the Continental Divide (Via Kicking Horse Pass) into the Province of Alberta.

Highway 16

Highway 16 through BC is 1,347km long, and goes from the Queen Charlotte Islands to the British Columbia-Alberta border.

The route starts in the town of Masset located on Graham Island. From here, it goes south to Port Clements. From here, it continues south along the border of Naikoon Provincial Park through Tlell, and then stops in Skidegate. In From Skidegate, the highway travels across the Hecate Strait via ferry, which docks in Prince Rupert. It then heads east through the Coast Mountains, and follows the Skeena River to the city of Terrace. Here, Highway 37 merges with Highway 16, and they proceed northeast to Kitwanga, where Highway 37 leaves Highway 16 and goes north. Heading northeast some more, Highway 16 reaches New Hazelton, where it turns and starts heading southeast along the Bulkley River. The highway will eventually reach the town of Smithers, and then Houston.

The highway heads east from here to Burns Lake, where it reaches a junction with Highway 35. The highway then proceeds east through Fraser Lake to a junction with Highway 27 in Vanderhoof. East of here, Highway 16 comes to a junction with Highway 97 in Prince George.

East of Prince George, Highway 16 gets to Dome Creek, where it turns southeast. It then follows the Fraser River to McBride, then continues southeast to a junction with Highway 5 at Tete Jaune Cache. It goes east from here through Mount Robson Provincial Park and Yellowhead Pass into Alberta.

Alberta

Like in British Columbia, the main Trans-Canada Route is dubbed Highway 1. However, also like in BC, the Yellowhead Highway 16 goes through Alberta.

Highway 1

The Alberta portion of the main Trans-Canada Highway route spans approximately 534km from BC to SK. Interestingly enough, the highway does not go to Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton.

From the British Columbia-Alberta border, the Trans-Canada Highway runs southeast along the Bow River, through Banff National Park, passing through the towns of Lake Louise and Banff. From Banff, the highway continues east to the city of Calgary, one of Canada’s largest cities. En route to Calgary, the highway passes through the towns of Harvie Heights, Canmore, Dead Man’s Flats, Lac des Arcs, Exshaw, Ghost Lake, and Cochrane.

From Calgary, the highway travels southeast through Rocky View County, Wheatland County, Newell County, and Cypress County. It passes through the urban communities of Chestermere, Strathmore, Bassano, Brooks, Suffield, and Redcliff, finally arriving in the city of Medicine Hat.

From Medicine Hat onwards, the highway travels east through Cypress County, passing through the towns of Dunmore, Irvine, and Walsh before finally reaching the Alberta-Saskatchewan border.

Highway 16

The Alberta portion of the Yellowhead Highway is approximately 633 km long. Unlike the main Trans-Canada route, this route does go through the capital city.

It goes east from the British Columbia-Alberta border straight into Jasper National Park, and east into Jasper. It then goes northeast out of the park through Hinton to Edson. It then goes east past Chip Lake, Isle Lake, Webamun Lake and the town of Spruce Grove before arriving in Edmonton.

It exits Edmonton to the east and goes through Elk Island National Park. From here, it proceeds east through Vegreville and Vermilion, just south of Vermilion Provincial Park. It then goes southeast to Lloydminster, where the border to Saskatchewan awaits.

Edmonton is the hub of many junctions, including Highways 216, 15, 39, and 14.

Saskatchewan

Like in BC and Alberta, the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway is dubbed Highway 1. Also like BC and Alberta, the Yellowhead Highway 16 passes through as well.

Highway 1

The Saskatchewan portion of the Trans-Canada Highway is 651.2 km in length.

Just west of the Alberta border is the town of Maple Creek. Continuing east, the highway travels through a ghost town known as Sidewood. The towns of Tompkins and Gull Lake lie east of here, as well as the town of Webb.

From Webb, the highway continues east through the coomunities of Beverley and Java before arriving in the city of Swift Current. East of here, the highway runs through the towns of Waldeck, Rush Lake, and Herbert. Travelling east some more, the highway travels through Caronport before finally arriving in Moose Jaw. The next city along the route after this is capital city Regina.

Continuing east from Regina, the highway passes through the towns of White City, Balgony, St. Joseph’s, and Qu’Appelle, before finally arriving in the tourist town of Indian Head. On the side of the road in Indian Head is a statue of an indian head. Indian Head also features the historic Bell Farm. With all the stuff to do and look at, Indian Head is a great place to stop for a rest.

From Indian Head, the highway continues east to the town of Sintaluta, which only has a population of 98! The rest of the route east towards the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border features the towns of Wolseley, Grenfell, Oakshella, Broadview, Whitewood, Wapella, Moosomin, Rotave, and Fleming. Finally, the border lies east of Fleming.

Highway 16

The portion of the Yellowhead Highway in Saskatchewan is 699km long and is a continuation of Highwa 16 in Alberta.

The highway immediately continues southeast to North Battleford, passing through the towns of Marshall, Waseca, Maidstone, Paynton, Delmas, Highgate, and Battleford. From North Battleford, the highway continues southeast through Brada, Denholme, Maymont, Fielding, Radisson, Borden, and Lengham before finaly arriving in Saskatoon.

From Saskatoon, the highway travels southeast past Quill Lakes and through Yorkton to Lagenburg. From here, it goes east just a little way to the Manitoba border.

Manitoba

Like in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan, the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway through Manitoba is dubbed Highway 1. However, the Yellowhead Highway 16 also passes through Manitoba where it meets Highway 1 around the middle.

The Perimetre Highway (Highway 100) is also part of the Trans-Canada, and is used to bypass the capital city.

Highway 1

The Manitoba portion of the Trans-Canada Highway spans a total of 490 km.

Just a short distance southeast of the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border, the highway will bypass the towns of Kirkella and Elkhorn before going through the town of Virden. It then bypasses Oak Lake, Griswold, and Alexander before passing the city of Brandon. This is a good rest stop.

Upon exiting Brandon, the highway continues eastward through Douglas, Austin, and MacGregor before reaching a junction with the Yellowhead Highway 16. After this, the highway continues eastward to a split at the Portage La Prairie bypass. The main route of Highway 1 goes around the city, while the other route goes through it.

After exiting Portage La Prairie, the highway continues eastward through the towns of Fortier, Elie, and Headingly before arriving at a junction with Perimeter Highway just outside of Winnipeg. The main Trans-Canada route goes through the city, while the Perimeter Route bypasses it completely. The two routes join together on the east side of the city, and continues in a southeast direction.

The Trans-Canada Highway travels southeast to a junction at the Provincial Trunk Highway (12). A little further southeast, the route passes through Paradise Village, after which the highway returns to its eastward direction. En Route to Ontario, the highway passes through the towns of Richer, Prawda, McMunn, East Braintree, Falcon Lake, and Whiteshell before finally arriving at the Manitoba-Ontario border.

Highway 100

Highway 100 (Perimetre Highway) is used as an alternate route to completely bypass the city of Winnipeg. Since the traffic in Winnipeg on Highway 1 can sometimes get pretty crazy, the Trans-Canada Highway is able to go around it.

On the western outskirts of Winnipeg, Highway 1 reaches a junction with Highway 101, which starts going south as Highway 100. The Trans-Canada Highway follows this route away from the city limits. It goes around the south end of the city, and meets back up with Highway 1 on the easter side, near the airport. Highway 100 becomes Highway 101 again and goes north, while the Trans-Canada Highway returns to its Highway 1 designation.

Highway 16

The Manitoba section of the Yellowhead Highway is 273km long. Unlike in BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, the Yellowhead highway does not go from border to border. Instead, it merges with the main Trans-Canada route on Highway 1.

Almost immediately after crossing the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border, the highway reaches the town of Russel, where it merges with Highway 83. The highways then travel south to Binscarth, where they reach a junction with Highway 478. Just south of here, the highways reach the start of Highway 41. South a little bit more, the highways reach the start of Highway 359. Highway 16 (and 83) then travel southeast through Chillon and Foxwarren, just east of which Highway 83 leaves Highway 16 and goes south. Just east of here marks the start of Highway 476. The Yellowhead then travels southeast to Solsgirth, where Highway 472 starts and goes south.

Just east of Solsgirth, Highway 264 merges with Highway 16 for just a short distance before going south. Highway 16 then heads southwest to Shoal Lake where it reaches a junction with Highways 42 and 21. Highway 16 continues southeast to Strathclair and a junction with Highway 354. Southeast some more, it reaches Newdale and a junction with Highway 250. It then continues southeast to Basswood and a junction at Highway 270, and then continues south where it merges with Highway 10 near Minnedosa. It crosses Highway 355 heading south, and then Highway 10 leaves heading east. Highway 16 proceeds east where it crosses Highway 262, and continues east to Neepawa and a junction with Highway 5.

From here, it continues east to Gladstone, where it starts going southeast again. It travels this direction to McDonald, where it again heads south. A little ways south of this, Highway 16 finally meets up with the main Trans-Canada route on Highway 1 just west of Portage la Prairie, thus marking the end of the Yellowhead Highway.

Ontario

The Ontario portion of the main Trans-Canada Highway route goes along a two differently numbered routes. The total distance along these two routes is 1,875km.

In addition to the two main routes across the province, there are also a few minor routes that are split off from the main route.

Highway 17


Highway 17 is the main section of the Trans-Canada Highway through Ontario. It spans a total of 1,964 km from the Manitoba border all the way to Arnprior, Ontario, thus making it the longest land route in Ontario!

From the Manitoba-Ontario border, the highway travels east through Granite Lake and Keewatin to the town of Kenora, a distance of approximately 50 km. Once out of Kenora, the highway continues east to a junction with Highway 71, where the Trans-Canada Highway splits with one route running east on Highway 17, and one route running south on Highway 71.

Continuing northeast along highway 17, the road goes a long way without any towns until arriving in Vermilion Bay. Contiuing in a general east direction, the highway goes through Waldhorf, Eagle River, and 2 Mile Corner before turning south into the town of Dryden, Ontario. It then proceeds southeast through 6 Mile Corner, Dinorwic, Butler, and Martin before reaching a junction with Highway 11 at a place known as Shabaqua. The two highways then travel southeast through several minor communities before arriving in Thunder Bay. The highway then leaves Thunder Bay to the northeast, travelling along the shoreline of Lake Superior. After turning north away from Lake Superior, the highway will eventually reach the town of Nipigon, where the Trans-Canada Highway splits once more. Highway 11 continues to the north while Highway 17 proceeds eastward.

The highways continues east at this point, passing through the Gravel River Provincial Nature Reserve. After leaving the reserve, the highway proceeds east through Rainbow Falls Provincial Park, Schreiber, Terrace Bay, White River, and Obatanga Provincial Park, finally reaching a junction with Highway 101 at Wawa.

Highway 17 then travels south through Lake Superior Provincial Park and several small communities all the way to the city of Sault Ste. Marie. Within Sault Ste. Marie is a toll bridge leading to the United States called the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge.

Highway 17 then travels east to Echo River, where it begins travelling south. Just south of Neebish, the Highway turns east again and goes a long distance through several small towns all the way to Sudbury. Just south of Sudbury, Highway 17 meets a junction with Highway 69, where the Trans-Canada Highway splits yet again, running south along Highway 69, and east along Highway 17, where it meets North Bay. In North Bay, Highway 17 meets Highway 11 again. The highway then travels east to Arnprior, which is where Highway 17 ends. Here, the Trans-Canada Highway goes from Highway 17 to Highway 417.

Highway 417

Highway 417 is the last bit of the Trans-Canada Highway route through Ontario. It is 181.4 km in length, and goes from Arnprior to Quebec.

It starts in Arnprior as a continuation of Highway 17, and travels southeast through several small communities to the town of Kanata. Here, it merges with Highway 7 and continues east to the capital city of Canada, Ottawa. It leaves Ottawa from the southeast and travels in a zig-zag shape to Quebec, where it becomes Autoroute 40.

Highway 71

Highway 71 is a part of the Trans-Canada Highway that branches off the main route to allow access into other areas of Ontario.

It starts south of Russ Lake, just a little ways east of Kenora. It immediately heads southeast for a long distance. The first town it comes to is Sioux Narrows. It then continues south through Crow Lake, Hestor Falls, and Finland before merging with Highway 11 just north of the US border.

From here, the two highways travel east to Fort Frances, where Highway 71 heads south into the US, and Highway 11 continues north.

Highway 11

The Highway 11 part of the Trans-Canada Highway is a continuation of Highway 71. The actual highway itself extends west to the United States, and meets with the Trans-Canada Highway just west of Emo, Ontario.

The Trans-Canada part of Highway 11 starts a little ways west of Emo, where it merges with Highway 71. The two highways travel east to Fort Frances, where Highway 71 leaves and heads south into the US.

The highway then goes northeast across the Sand Bay. It then continues eastward through a largely unpopulated area all the way to Shabaqua Corners. Here, it merges with Highway 17. The two highways then travel southeast to an area east of Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, where they start heading east, and then northeast to Thunder Bay. From here, they head northeast to an area northwest of Ruby Lake Provincial Park. Here, the two highways split. Highway 17 continues eastward, while Highway 11 proceeds north.

From here, highway 11 goes an extremely long way around a large group of lakes, as well as Nagagamisis Provincial Park, Missinaibi Provincial Park, and Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park, all the way to North Bay, where Highways 11 and 17 meet yet again. Highway 11 leaves the Trans-Canada officially here and proceeds south towards the Greater Toronto Area.

Highway 66

The Trans-Canada Highway portion of Highway 66 is very short. Sice Highway 66 extends west a long ways, the total engh of the TCH section is unknown.

It starts near Kenogami Lake,and goes east through Shaniko, Kirkland Lake, Larder Lake, and McGarry before arriving at the border to Quebec, where it continues as Route 115.

Highway 69

Highway 69 is a southern branch of the Trans-Canada Highway through Ontario.

It begins in Sudbury. It is branched off from Highway 17. It goes southeast to a large area of low population to an intersection with Highway 559. Here, it becomes Highway 400.

Highway 69 continues, but the Trans-Canada portion is part of Highway 400, and when it leaves Highway 400, it is no longer a designated part of the Trans-Canada Highway.

Highway 400

Highway 400 acts as a continuation of Highway 69. However, by the year 2020, the highway may take over Highway 69 as the primary route from Toronto to Sudbury. Although Highway 400 does go into Toronto, the Trans-Canada portion does not go all the way to the capital city.

It starts near Parry Sound, and goes south through many towns, and near many lakes, to Waubaushene. Here, the Trans-Canada Highway leaves Highway 400 onto Highway 12, while Highway 400 goes all the way to Toronto, where it ends at an intersection with Highway 401.

Highway 12

Highway 7

Quebec

Autoroute 40

Autoroute 40 in Quebec is a continuation of Highway 417 in Ontario, and is 347 km long.

Immediately after crossing the Ontario-Quebec border, the highway turns southeast. It continues going this direction to the town of Vaudreuil-Dorion where it turns eastward. It continues going this direction across the Riviere des Outaouais. It then continues going east to the city of Montreal, Canada’s second largest city. Here, the Trans-Canada Highway turns off Autoroute 40 onto Autoroute 25.

Autoroute 25

Autoroute 25 is only 49 km long, and the Trans-Canada Highway portion of it is approximately 20 km.

After turning off Autoroute 40, the Highway goes east across the St. Lawrence River to the city of Longueuil, where Autoroute 25 ends, and the Trans-Canada Highway joins onto Autoroute 20.

Autoroute 20

Autoroute 20 in its entirety is 548km. Since the Trans-Canada joins this route around the middle, it is difficult to know exactly how long the Trans-Canada portion really is.

The Highway joins Autoroute 20 just after Autoroute 25 ends. It immediately starts travelling northeast through several small towns to the town of Drummondville. Here it turns east to cross the St. Francis River before immediately turning northeast again. (On the way to Drummondville, Autoroute 55 merges with Autoroute 20, and they travel this direction together). Heading northeast, Autoroute 20 comes to a junction with Autoroute 955. Here, Autoroute 55 leaves and starts following that route. From here, Autoroute 20 continues northeast all the way to the town of Charny where it meets at a junction with Autoroute 73. From here, it proceed northeast, and continues passing through many small communities until it starts travelling along the shoreline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

In Riviere du Loup, Autoroute 20 continues northeast when the Trans-Canada Highway switches over to Autoroute 85.

Autoroute 85

The entire Autoroute 85 is 13km long.

In Riviere du Loup, the Trans-Canada Highway leaves Autoroute 20, and starts Autoroute 85. The route travels southeast to Saint Antonin where it ends, and Route 185 starts.

Route 185

Route 185 is the last portion through Quebec of the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway, and spans approximately 100km.

It starts near Saint-Antonin, where Autoroute 85 ends. It travels southeast past Lac du Dentiste and through the towns of Cabano and Degelis, just southeast of which it stops at the border to New Brunswick right beside Edmundston Airport, where the Highway becomes Route 2.

Route 117

Autoroute 15

New Brunswick

Route 2

Route 2 is the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway through the province of New Brunswick. It spans a total of 519 km.

Immediately after crossing the Quebec-New Brunswick border at Edmundston Airport, the highway travels southeast to the town of Edmundston. From here, it continues southeast to Grand Falls, where it starts heading south. Once reaching Springfield, the highway starts heading eastward to Upper Kingsclear, then north to capital city Fredricton. Route 2 reaches a junction with Route 8, which leads into Fredricton whereas the Trans-Canada Highway bypasses it.

From there, it travels in a zig-zag pattern all the way to the border at Nova Scotia, where it becomes Highway 104. Also, just before crossing into Nova Scotia, it intersects with Route 16, which leads to PEI.

Route 16

Route 16 is 52 km long, and is a secondary route to connect PEI to the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway.

It starts in Aulac and travels northeast for 52km to Bayfield, where it travels along Confederation Bridge to PEI.

Prince Edward Island

Confederation Bridge

Confederation Bridge is a 13km long bridge across the Northumberland Strait connecting Prince Edward Island with the rest of the country. It is tolled, but only when leaving PEI. It is $44.25 for a two-axled vehicle, plus $7.25 for each extra axle. Motorcycles are charged $17.75. This makes it the most expensive toll bridge in North America.

The speed limit across the bridge is 80km/hr, and it takes approximately ten minutes to cross.

Route 1

Route 1 is the PEI portion of the Trans-Canada Highway, and spans approximately 120km.

After crossing Confederation Bridge, Route 1 starts in Port Borden. It travels east a long way to Cornwall, Prince Edward Island. From here, it travels across Graham Rogers Lake into the capital city, Charlottetown. It goes around, and then exits the city from the southeast. It then crosses the Hillsborough Bridge and continues east. Once it reaches Orwell, it turns in a general south direction. Once it reaches the south coast, it goes east to Wood Islands, where it crosses the Northumberland Strait via ferry, and arrives in Nova Scotia, where Highway 106 starts.

Nova Scotia

Highway 104

Highway 14 is 320km long, and runs through Nova Scotia to Cape Breton Island.

Almost immediately after crossing the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border, Highway 14 will come to the city of Amherst. It then goes east to Oxford, then goes southeast along a toll road ($4 for normal vehicles, $3.50 per axle for commercial vehicles). Near Truro, it meets Highway 102. It then goes northeast past Mt. Thom all the way to Aulds Cove, where it crosses a bridge to Cape Breton Island.

Once on the island, the highway arrives in Port Hastings where Highway 104 becomes Highway 105.

Highway 105

Highway 105 is a continuation of Highway 104. It is the Cape Breton portion of the Trans-Canada Highway, and is 142km long.

From Port Hastings, the highway travels northeast to Wycocomagh. It then follows the northern shore of Bras d’Or Lake to Baddeck, where it leaves the lake and goes to New Harris Forks. It then crosses the Bras d’Or Lake via the Seal Island Bridge. Once on the other side, the highway travels northeast to Bras d’Or, where it turns southeast to North Sydney where it goes across the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Newfoundland via Ferry.

Highway 106

The highway is 19km long, and is a continuation of PEI Route 1. It goes from the ferry terminal in Caribou, Nova Scotia, and travels south where it meets up with Highway 104 near Westville.

Newfoundland

Route 1

Route 1 is the primary travel road through the island of Newfoundland. It spans 903km from west to east.

Upon unboarding the ferry, Route 1 starts near Grand Bay East. It travels north along the west coast to Tompkins, where the highway switches to northeast. It travels in this general direction to Corner Brook. From here, it continues northeast to an area near Kite Pond, where it turns southeast across Grand Lake.

From here, the highway turns northeast again to an area near Springdale Airport. Here, it turns southeast again to South Brook, where it starts travelling in a general south direction to Badger. From Badger, it travels east to Grand Falls-Windsor. From there, it travels northeast to a junction at Highway 340 near Notre Dame Provincial Park. It travels southeast from here all the way to Terra Nova National Park. Here, it starts travelling southeast again to Butter Pot Provincial Park, where it turns northeast to the capital city, St. John’s. The northeast section of St. John’s marks the end of the Trans-Canada Highway (or beginning, depending on where you started).

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