Great blogs to read before moving to Canada

Below are some Canadian blogs that will give you some insight into what life is like in Canada…

One of the toughest things to figure out before you get here is what life will actually be like out here. Many people emigrate to Canada without even being here first.

WorkingHolidayinCanada – Yes, this is us. Not very modest, right? However, we know we have got some awesome blog posts. So, check them out before you proceed.

Moving2Canada – Set up by Irishman Ruairi Spillane this is a must-read before and during your time in Canada. This Canadian blog is great for visas, residency and employment information.

Whistler Seasonaires Is a great guide for anyone looking to do a ski season in Whistler or throughout Canada

Toronto Newbie – A UK journalist talks about making the switch to T-town

Side Tracked Travel Blog – Sidetracked features some destination-specific articles, photography posts, immersive city guides, as well as practical travel tips and advice.

Expat Traveller Blog – Swiss lady talks about making the switch to Vancouver island with her family

Hows it going eh? – A Japanese-American valley girl’s notes on the adaptation to life in The Great White North – A French girl’s take on living in, stories, and happy travels!

Skippy or bull winkle – Aussie newlyweds take on Canada

On the Move Toronto – In this blog, you will find everything you need to know before moving to Canada

Lost in Leaf City -Great blog on life in Calgary. Good topics on life in Calgary and places to go.

Can’t wait to move to Canada? Here is how to apply for Canadian residency!


  • Hey I would love to be able to let people know about the rideshare platform available to them in Canada and the USA. We are disrupting the traditional train + bus means of transporation by allowing people to travel by filling empty seats in cars. In turn this cuts cost, help people meet one another, and does some great things for the environment as well.

    Every Canada blog/forum I’ve found so far focuses only on Greyhound and Viarail. Both take forever and are much more expensive than the $0.12/km people pay for trips on HitchPlanet.

    How can I get involved with this blog?

  • Agness | the adventure traveler says:

    Thank you for sharing this list. I wasn’t really planning to move here but I’m so intrigued!

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