1. Get sponsored by a province
Most of the provinces and territories have a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), except Quebec, which runs its own immigration process. Just like going through the country-wide process, you’ll need marketable skills, a relative who lives there, or the desire to attend school in order to be nominated.
The benefit of following a PNP program is that various provinces are seeking different skills and qualifications, so when you find the place that’s a perfect fit, you enter a smaller pool first and have provincial support when you deal with the big guys.
As a highly sought destination for ex-pats, Canada is not the easiest or the cheapest place to move. But it does have well-established, reasonable pathways for those willing to put in the work. Once there, you can expect to be welcomed by the locals, who value the strength created by multi-cultural communities. Good luck on your journey!