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The 2016 Canadian census has estimated that a total of 1.7 million residents live in the city, and the wider metropolitan area, known as “Greater Montreal” has a total of 4.1 million.
Montreal is referred to as “ The city of festivals” due to the vast and diverse number of local and international events held in the city, annually. This includes the Montreal International Jazz festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Just for Laughs comedy festival ( World's largest international comedy festival), The International Arts Film Festival, Montreal Fireworks Festival and Canadian Grand Prix, to name a few.
The city is renowned for its multicultural diversity, laidback lifestyle, café culture, eclectic art, creative industries, nightlife and live performances. Montreal is also Canada's hub for French- Language radio, theatre, television, film, multimedia and print publications. Montreal is also known for its production of jazz and rock music and is home to one of the world's leading orochestra's “ The Montreal Symphony Orchestra”. Montreal has a great number of churches, and thus gained the nickname “ The city of a hundred steeples” ( Towers).
Montreal experiences a continental climate, with extremely cold winters and warm summers.
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For International student in Canada, work conditions are as follows:
To be eligible to work on-campus without a work permit, a student needs to have:
On campus work could include working for the school, a faculty member, student organization, private business located within campus or a private contractor who provides services to the school.
Eligibility requirements to work Off - Campus:
To apply for a SIN, you would need to provide a document that proves your identity and legal status in Canada. This could include one of the following:
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Pathway to Permanent Residency
In order to become a permanent resident of Quebec, you would need to obtain a Québec selection certificate (CSQ) from the Ministry of Immigration (MIDI) of Quebec. If all relevant criteria have been met, the Quebec experience program (PEQ) would allow you to obtain the CSQ within a month. If you are not eligible for the PEQ, then you would need to check your eligibility for the ‘Foreign Student in Quebec' (PRTQ) program.