Relocating to Vancouver can be a big step, but we have compiled a list of moving resources to make your transition a bit easier. With the breathtaking mountains and spectacular beaches, along with a vibrant city life, Vancouver offers a wide variety of things to do, for people of all ages. While making the move to Vancouver can be stressful, this moving guide will point you in the right direction.
Welcome to Vancouver!
Immigrating to any nation can provide a lengthy legal process, but there are resources set up to assist you when immigrating to Canada. There are opportunities to stay in Canada without requiring a permit, however, there are considerable work-restrictions.
For more information about immigrating to Canada, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s website by clicking here.
Apartments and Real Estate
Finding an apartment, rental, condo, or house in Vancouver can be challenging, however, there are several resources available to do so. With a very tight rental market (with vacancies less than 0.7%), it is important to act quickly when looking to rent or to buy.
After securing your new home or apartment, you may need to set up the hydro, gas, internet, phone and cable. We’ve put together a comprehensive list of the main suppliers in order to help you settle in a little quicker.
Map of Vancouver
Looking to get around the city… or can’t find what you’re looking for? Print out one of the many maps of Vancouver to help you navigate the city with ease.