Daily life in Canada may seem familiar or strange, depending on your home country. Canada has its own culture and ways of life, which may be very different from what you are used to. This section will help you get familiar with living in Canada, and give you some idea of what to expect when you arrive. This will help you be prepared for challenges and opportunities that may arise.
Adjusting to life in a foreign country can be difficult. Here you'll find information to make you transition easier. You'll find information on living costs and banking, on accommodation and where to find it, on what transportation will be available wherever you choose to live and study, as well as how to find everything from telephone and Internet service to health-care and a driver's license. There may also be issues you might not think of, such as the laws surrounding smoking and alcohol in Canada, the use of the metric system and conversion tools for your appliances.
A new country offers challenges on both a large and smaller scale. Learning more about day-to-day life in Canada will help those challenges become something to enjoy.
Campus e-tours allow students to view the facilities and student life at featured Universities, Community Colleges and ESL Schools in Canada, giving you the opportunity to see what the schools looks like, as well as facts about the campus, courses, etc. Once you’ve completed your tour you can read the in-depth profile to get more detailed information, or click the Request FREE Info link to request specific information such as scholarships and financial aid directly from that institution.