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Canada is among the world’s wealthiest and safest countries, and ranks among the highest in terms of economic freedom, education, health, and quality of life. It is the world’s second largest country by total area and consists of ten provinces and three territories. Canada is an officially bilingual country, daily life and government conducted in both English and French. This is a country with a vibrant multiculturalism, an exquisite natural beauty, and a friendly, sophisticated population. It also has a lot to offer in terms of luxury real estate. The city of Montreal, in Quebec, is the largest primarily French-speaking city in the world after Paris. Quebec’s financial and cultural hub, Montreal is a diverse city with a vibrant lifestyle. Many multinational corporations are headquartered in the city’s skyscrapers, and options for prestigious living are endless. The market for luxury homes in Montreal is rapidly growing, with an upsurge of demand for luxury condos and prestigious apartments within the very heart of the city. Toronto is Canada’s economic capital, largest city and second-most expensive city for home buying. Real estate in the downtown core is highly desirable, due to its endless cultural attractions and a wide array of options for luxury living. One of the most multicultural and also safest cities in the world, Toronto has something for everyone from nightlife and gastronomy to art galleries and museums. Along the Pacific Coast, the province of British Columbia is full of stunning nature, a mild climate and prestigious properties in cities such as Vancouver, Canada’s third largest metropolitan area, and Victoria the third most expensive Canadian city for home buying. Heading inland, magnificent ski resorts, luxury cabins and lakefront vacation homes are easy to find in the splendid Canadian Rocky Mountains, in the provinces of both Alberta and British Colombia.

  • Montreal

    With a lively culture that bridges that of the United States and Europe, Montréal offers an enviable quality of life despite being a metropolis of...

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  • Quebec

    Quebec offers a myriad of breathtaking natural landscapes and cities with a remarkable quality of life. This Canadian province is fascinating for...

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  • Detached House in Prince Edward, Ontario
    € 1,094,700
    4 4
    Presented by Iris Andrews
  • Residential complexes in Montreal, Montréal
    € 325,200
    50 m² 1 1
    Presented by Saguy Elbaz
  • Residential complexes in Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montréal
    € 410,700
    125 m² 1 3
    Presented by Paul Azar
  • Detached House in Gibsons, British Columbia
    € 464,800
    120 m² 1 3
    Presented by Julie Hegyi
  • Country House in Rosemère, Laurentides
    € 352,600
    1 3
    Presented by Proprio Direct
  • Residential complexes in Vancouver, British Columbia
    € 327,900
    49 m² 1 1
    Presented by Christine Kopr
  • Detached House in Dollard-Des Ormeaux, Quebec
    € 1,091,900
    5 6
    Presented by Cassandra Aurora
  • Residential complexes in Verdun, Montréal
    € 270,400
    59 m² 1 1
    Presented by David Wilkes
  • Luxury home in Lachute, Laurentides
    € 1,951,100
    Presented by Saguy Elbaz
  • Residential complexes in Vancouver, British Columbia
    € 421,000
    63 m² 1 1
    Presented by Jason Jennings
  • Farm in Saint-Lucien, Mauricie
    € 426,500
    2 4
    Presented by Proprio Direct
  • Residential complexes in Vancouver, British Columbia
    € 451,000
    53 m² 1 1
    Presented by Paul Boenisch PREC
  • Detached House in Prévost, Laurentides
    € 677,100
    5 5
    Presented by Stephane Larrivee
  • Detached House in Hamilton, Ontario
    € 574,400
    4 4
    Presented by Andrew De Leon
  • Detached House in Saint-Faustin--Lac-Carré, Laurentides
    € 955,000
    4 4
    Presented by Raymond Dalbec