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How about Canadian immigrants? Three aspects reveal the real
Guide reading:According to Statistics Canada, Canadian immigrant households spend an average of 5,000 Canadian dollars a month, 70% of which is clothing, housing, transportation and automobiles, 15% of which is food and only 5% of which is clothing. If a child's fa
Marriage is like a siege, so are Canadian immigrants. People in China want to emigrate, and those who emigrate want to return home. Whether living in Canada or immigrating to Canada, Canada should be considered as a good place with good environment, good education, good welfare and good quality of life.
 
"How about Canadian immigrants?" Much depends on the degree of adaptation, and living, language and daily expenses can well reflect the real life of immigrants!
 
Language is the key
Language is the key to your rapid integration into Canadian society.  Generally speaking, the language problem of Chinese immigrants to Canada is very prominent. Although they have studied English in China for more than ten years, they can only say that they are Poor when they come to Canada. Nobody wants to admit that they can't speak English well, but the fact is that most Chinese people can't cope with their daily needs after they immigrate to Canada. Even if the heating is not hot at home, they have to think about what to say on the phone when they ask a plumber to repair it.
 
Language problems and work problems are basically linked. There are so many embarrassments caused by language problems in the company. Sometimes when it's your turn to speak at meetings, you may not even understand what the topic is, and the leader has to concentrate on assigning tasks. Once you don't understand, you are particularly nervous.
 
To be honest, Canadian immigrants'poor English is mainly due to the failure of English education in China. Fortunately, human adaptability is so strong that time can solve this problem. Therefore, the life of the new immigrants from China at the beginning is very poor, and after a long time, they quickly adapt to it, because there are not many people who really return home half way with language problems.
 
How about Canadian immigrants? Three aspects reveal the real life of immigrants!
 
Residence is fundamental
Canadian houses can be roughly divided into four types: apartments, city houses or tandem houses, semi-independent houses or double-pool houses, villas or independent houses. The house prices in each city are different. Apart from very strong immigrants, the vast majority of people who have just arrived in Canada live in rental housing.
 
I've heard of a couple who work in Nortel. Their income is estimated to be 150,000 or 60,000 a year, but they live in a house with a unit of more than ten square meters. Apart from a corner to serve as a toilet, the rest of the room serves as a living room, bedroom, kitchen, eating, drinking, and sleeping in the dozens of square meters, which is commonly known as bachelor. To be honest, can't they live in a good house? Of course not! Why is that? Ottawa house is so hard to find!
 
Ottawa is the place with the largest number of Chinese immigrants. It is densely populated, and houses are not only expensive but also hard to find. Especially for new immigrants without jobs, landlords will let you pay half a year's rent at a time. The reason is simple: there are too few jobs and you have no confidence in your ability to pay. But look, even such a well-paid couple can not find, it is inexplicable to be comforted.
 
How about Canadian immigrants? Three aspects reveal the real life of immigrants!
 
So how can new immigrants find a house in Canada as soon as possible? The answer is, stay away from Ottawa!
 
So where to go? Canadian Atlantic Migration Pilot Program was officially launched in March 2017. The Federal Government of Canada, in conjunction with the Governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island, hopes to attract 2,000 new immigrants and their families to settle in the four Eastern Atlantic provinces of Canada and start a new Canadian life through the new immigration program.
 
Daily expenses
Expenditure on everyday life is a heavy topic. These days we have to pay the rent again. We also have car loans, insurance, gasoline, telephone, cable TV, internet, etc. every month. After shaving out these fixed monthly expenses, less than half of them are at their disposal.
 
According to Statistics Canada, Canadian immigrant households spend an average of 5,000 Canadian dollars a month, 70% of which is clothing, housing, transportation and automobiles, 15% of which is food and only 5% of which is clothing. If a child's family spends more, it costs $7,000 a month. However, compared with the extensive living expenses in the north, it seems that there is not much difference!
 
Having said so much, or not concluding, how about Canadian immigrants? In fact, almost everything depends on people's subjective judgment.