Quebec Immigration – Your Gateway to Opportunities!
Enjoy French-Canadian Culture in Quebec!
If you are looking for a taste of France with a unique Canadian flavor, then you may want to explore the option of immigration to Quebec, Canada!
Located in eastern Canada (between Ontario to the west; New Brunswick and Newfoundland & Labrador to the east; and with Maine, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont in the United States to the south), Quebec is the largest province in Canada, covering an area of 1,542,056 square kilometers.
Quebec also boasts the second largest population in Canada (after neighboring Ontario), with 7,903,001 residents (2011), the majority of whom live in or around the Montreal and Quebec City metropolitan areas. Montreal has the largest population in Quebec, with 3,824,221 residents (2011), followed by Quebec City with a population of 765,706 (2011). Both cities are favored by foreign nationals considering Quebec immigration because of their large immigrant communities and excellent economic opportunities.
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Life expectancy in Quebec is among the highest on Earth, with men living an average of 78.0 years and women living an average of 83.0 years! This should not be surprising, as Canada has one of the best healthcare systems on the planet. If you are considering immigration, Quebec should be at the top of your list, since all the residents of Quebec (including immigrants) receive basic medical care free of charge through the Quebec Health Insurance Plan.
One very special characteristic of Quebec is that almost all of its population of around 7.9 million people speaks French (the official language of the province) as their first-language. Thus, for individuals contemplating immigration to Quebec, it is very important that they learn French (ideally, before they arrive in the province).