Our neighbor to the north is an appealing choice for many Americans, especially those who love winter sports, unspoiled natural beauty, universal healthcare, or Timbits. Canadians are famously friendly and welcoming, living in big, beautiful cities and small villages that (almost) all speak English. However, Canada is not always as welcoming as its citizens, and there’s no retirement visa at all. If you’re interested in migrating to the Great White North, the younger you start, the better. Students have the easiest time moving to Canada, and others can see how they fare in the points system used to see if you’re eligible for Express Entry. In the meantime, you might work on your poutine recipe at home.
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