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Insurance

You should think carefully about insurance cover to help protect your health, your home and your belongings. Health insurance The type of medical coverage available to you in Canada varies depending on where you live. All international students in Canada…

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Shops and restaurants

You have plenty of options for where to shop and eat in Canada, but opening hours can be totally different depending on where you live (or visit). Some provinces and territories even allow shops to open 24-hours a day, seven…

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Money and living expenses in Canada

You want to enjoy a healthy and happy study life in Canada. Knowing how much you need for living expenses is a great starting point, but keep in mind the cost of living may be higher or lower depending on…

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Transport

Before you arrive in your new city or town, it's a good idea to explore the local public transport options and decide how you will get around. Getting around Canada is generally easiest with a car except in urban centres…

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Places to visit

If you like to explore new places then you’ll love Canada; it has countless interesting, exciting and beautiful destinations to spend your study breaks. Places to explore during your study breaks The Rocky Mountains (Rockies) and Banff National Park Millions…

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A student’s guide to living in Montreal

Montréal is the largest city in the French-speaking province of Québec and is full of historical sites, students, and plenty of good eats. It combines the old and the new in interesting and dynamic ways, and truly is a taste…

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A student’s guide to living in Ottawa

There’s a huge student population because of the University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Algonquin College campuses, as well as several other schools. The city is filled with history, has tons of ongoing festivals, a great night life and is home…

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Health and support services

If you need help, just ask Moving to a new country isn’t always easy. That’s why most universities, colleges and education institutions offer dedicated support services to help international students adjust to life in Canada and make the most of…

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