The province of Quebec is not only Canada’s largest province by area, but it’s also one of the country’s most alluring, offering everything from arts and culture to a thriving economy and iconic sports teams. It’s that combination of endless entertainment options, affordable and subsidized child care, reasonably short health care wait times, and various housing options
When it comes to luring new residents to the area, The Big Apple has nothing on The Big Smoke. According to census data for figures ending July 1, 2019, Toronto was the fastest growing city in Canada and the U.S. over the prior-year period, as Metropolitan Toronto grew by more than 125,000 people.
Canada is the second-largest country in the world by land area. That means a lot is happening! The country is not only known for its tremendous natural and cultural wonders but also has a reputation for its strong business, tech, and education sector that attracts and keeps
With a population density of just 4 people per km2, Canada is the 228th most densely populated country in the world. That’s not very high, is it? This is due to the fact that the majority of Canada is uninhabited. Conversely, Toronto is the 4th most populated city in North America with a population density of 2,930
Whether it be for work, school, family or something else, people (we’re?) are always on the move. But where, and why? We decided to examine the long distance moves taken in 2019 around Canada to figure out where exactly Canadians are moving to within the country.
This past year we conducted research based on long-distance moves taken in 2019 to see where Canadians are moving to and from. To put together the study we looked at over 1300 moves, seeing which cities and provinces saw the biggest/smallest amount of moves. In this blog, we’ll break down the provinces which saw the biggest growth