Moving to BC
Migrating from another province or immigrating from another country can be challenging without the right supports. Fortunately there are lots of resources and services offered on a municipal, provincial, and federal level. Here are a few resources to help you adapt to working in BC.
The federal government provides a full range of services for newcomers and immigrants to Canada. Get the information you need before moving, and find out what services and programs are available to you when you arrive.
Settlement & Immigrant Services
These not-for-profit agencies offer programs to help immigrants settle into their new lives in Canada. From assistance finding housing to help finding a job, these programs provide a full range of services to help you transition.
Employment Resource Centers
The provincial and federal government funds various employment centres across BC. Get help with your resume, cover letter, and get the supports you need for a successful job search. All services offered are at no cost. Find a location near you.
The housing options in British Columbia are as diverse as its population. Search for a house, apartment, loft or townhouse, or just learn more about the BC housing market.
Experience British Columbia first hand by exploring the Tourism BC’s website, and learn all about the recreational amenities each community has to offer. There is a community for every lifestyle.
Airports and Flights
There are 39 airports in British Columbia. Search for flights to make your move to BC.