Why Immigrate to Atlantic Canada?

Known for its vast coastline and abundance of seafood, it’s no wonder the region was dubbed as Canada’s top community to live and work in by McLean’s Magazine. Atlantic Canada consists of 4 provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, Prince Edward Island) and each boast a wide range of educational and economic opportunity.

As unique as its landscapes, each province can offer a diverse experience in business development and multiculturalism. And as its population begins to (age), immigration will be a key component to maintaining growth and viability in the years to come.

Atlantic Canada in the News

 •  About 30 per cent of Nova Scotia's immigrants have arrived in the past five years - Statistics Canada | Saltwire

 •  Nova Scotia sets immigration record in 2021 | CBC News

 •  Canada’s 2021 census reveals the Maritimes and downtown cores are where the country is growing | The Globe and Mail

 •  Nova Scotia ramps up efforts to attract newcomers | CBC News

 •  Halifax population hits record high, propelled by new immigrants | CBC News

 •  Young people flocking to Nova Scotia as population reaches 1 million milestone | CBC News

 •  Halifax could reach a population of half a million within 5 years | CBC News

 •  Atlantic Canada is the next land of opportunity (even if the rest of Canada doesn't know it yet) | Financial Post

 •  Best communities in Canada: Why Atlantic Canada comes out on top | Maclean's

 •  Halifax rated Canada’s second fastest growing municipality | Global News

 •  Big, bigger, biggest: Saint John, Fredericton jostle for position as sizzling Moncton holds top spot | CBC News