For more information on the immigration process (study visas, work permits, permanent residence), visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website
The province of Prince Edward Island also has an immigration program that allows you to apply directly to the province, the Provincial Nominee Program.
Information on this program and on immigrating to Prince Edward Island can be found on the provincial government website (partially in French).
Francophone communities are found throughout Canada, in all 10 provinces and 3 territories. For more information on immigration and settlement in the various Francophone communities across the country, visit the website: http://www.immigrationfrancophone.ca/fr/
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has recently launched explanatory videos on immigration to Canada. We invite you to watch them.
Immigrating to Canada
Before you arrive in Canada
Be careful, some people take advantage of the high demand for immigration to Canada to commit fraud and take advantage of people wishing to settle in Canada. Be vigilant and consult theImmigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website section on this subject for more information.
The Working Holiday Program (WHP) is an International Experience Canada program that allows young French people between the ages of 18 and 35 to discover Canada while working. This program grants participants a 24-month open work visa, allowing them to travel across Canada while working to supplement their financial resources.
Today, many WHP participants prioritize work over tourism and find work for up to 24 months. This allows them to gain quality work experience that will benefit them when they return to France.
Whether you are a WHP who wants to stay in Prince Edward Island for a few weeks, a few months, or a full year, we can help make your island experience a great one.
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