Manitoba is one of Canada’s most immigrant-friendly provinces. This is where you will find vast fields and open skies, as well as peaceful lakeside views, historic sites, and modern architecture indicative of its progressive way of life. Find out more reasons why immigrants now choose to call it home. You may be inspired with what Manitoba has to offer!
- The province of Manitoba is twice the size of the United Kingdom.
- Manitoba is known as the land of 100,000 lakes.
- After English, the top languages spoken in Manitoba are German, French and Tagalog.
Living in Manitoba Resources
Manitoba is known as one of Canada’s friendliest provinces. It also boasts of a steady economy, a low cost of living compared to other provinces, and a low unemployment rate. Here you will find tips in settling in, finding your way around, and a host of other information that will help you adjust to your new life in Manitoba.
Learn some key facts about Manitoba, such as its location, population, and government from About News
Here is a list of immigrant-serving organizations in Manitoba.These organizations offer a wide range of services, such as settlement, language and employment assistance.
Know more about Communities in Manitoba from the Manitoba.ca Residents page.
Know the requirements and how to apply for necessary documents required to live and work in Manitoba from this article: Essential documents for newcomers.
Find the best way to get around Manitoba, either through public transportation, by driving, or other means of transportation through the Manitoba 511-Road and Traveller Information page.
Do you want to see the exact street you wish to go to? Check it out using Mapquest. It can also give you detailed descriptions going to and from any destination. Of course, you can always use Google Maps if you prefer.
Know more about Manitoba’s vibrant arts and culture scene, as well as its many venues for recreation from travelmanitoba.ca.
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