At the conference you talked about Immigration Canada helping new immigrants get settled into small towns. I did not write them down, can you share?

At the conference you talked about Immigration Canada helping new immigrants get settled into small towns. I did not write them down, can you share?

Owner Asked on October 9, 2019 in Real Estate.
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Yes, since Canada is ramping up immigration to the 350,000 level, the government has recruited small towns to steer newcomers away from the big cities. The grapevine says that after applications immigrant have chosen the following small towns in Western Canada:

  • West Kootenay: Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson; also
  • Okanagan: Vernon, BC;
  • Claresholm, AB; 
  • Brandon, MB; 
  • Moose Jaw, SK

Major Point: If an immigrant finds a job in any of these towns, Immigration Canada will assist with relocation starting in 2020. For investors, these new’ immigration towns’ may be worth a look?

Guru Answered on October 9, 2019.
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