On arrival in Canada, you will start the important task of finding somewhere permanent to reside. Canada offers a wide range of types of houses across an array of price ranges.
Giving a complete picture of Canadian housing is difficult, because housing in each of the 10 provinces and three territories is different. There are differences in housing types, largely because of different climate conditions. Prices are different. They depend on local economic and employment conditions and the number of houses and apartments available.
You may find Canadian housing customs and practices different. For instance, Canadians consider a family with three or four children quite large. That means that there are not many four-bedroom apartments.
For details, please visit www.crea.ca