Located in the southwest of Quebec, Montreal is Canada’s second largest city just after Toronto with 1.6 million inhabitants and home to the Lamimo Headquarter. The city is known worldwide for its outstanding schools, such as Mc Gill University or Concordia University. Montreal has a high student population and is Canada’s largest University City. Festivals, Concerts and Events are daily business for this lively city – it is simply impossible to run out of things to do. Restaurants, Museums, Amusement Parks, the Biosphere, Botanic Gardens, Mount Royal,… the list just keeps going. Its proximity and the French-English population ensure a very international crowd.
Quebec city is the capital of the province of Quebec. With a population of 530,000 in 2013, it is the second largest city in the province. Its iconic Château Frontenac with 598 bedrooms is the most photographed hotel in the world. With an astonishing 94% French population, Quebec City is one of the best places to learn French in Canada. During the winter, Quebec City is famous for its Winter Carnival, while in summer music festivals and events enliven the city. Quebec’s historical architecture and beautiful buildings will let you believe you are lost in a fairytale.
Toronto is located within the region of the golden horseshoe that boarder with the Niagara Falls and with its 2.6 million citizens, Toronto is the biggest city of Canada and fourth biggest city in North America. Toronto is classified as an alpha global city and is an international center of business, fine arts and culture. Museums such as the Royal Ontario Museum or the Art Gallery of Ontario attract many visitors. Toronto is home to many schools and universities. While English is by far the predominant language in Toronto, other languages from around the world are regularly heard on the street which shows the international reality of the city.
With its 600,000 citizens, Vancouver is the largest city in British Columbia and the most densely populated city of Canada. Vancouver is one of the most diverse cities of the country in terms of ethnical and linguistical diversity, making it one of the top locations to learn languages and connecting up with an international crowd. Due to this diversity, Vancouver is also known as the “City of Neighborhoods” each with its own style and language. Around 52% of the city have a first language other than English. With many schools and Universities, Vancouver is a premier location for studying and learning. Vancouver is constantly named within the top five cities in terms of quality of life. Vancouver has a vibrant nightlife scene and is host to many festivals and concerts.
Victoria is the capital of the province of British Columbia. It has a little more than 80.000 citizens in addition to a large non-residential student population, who attend the renowned schools and Universities. Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest and retained many of its historical buildings and architecture. The city is also known as the “Garden City” and in the top 20 cities regarding quality of life.