Monday 7 November 2022

Czech Republic to Canada to Study & Tour

 Czech Republic to Canada to Study & Tour

Map of Prague, Pizen, Ceske, Brno, Decin, Ostrava, Liberec, Hradec, Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Capital: Prague
Population (million): 10.265
Total Area: 78,866 km2
Currency: koruna (CZK)
National Holiday: October 28,
Language(s): Czech
Type of State: Republic

Embassy of Canada in Czech Republic

Muchova 6,
160 00 Prague 6,
Czech Republic
Tel.: 420 27210-1800
Fax: 420 27210-1890
Link to Canada Embassy in Czech Republic

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canada

251 Cooper Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 0G2,
Canada Telephone (613) 562-3875/794-2277 (24h)
Fax (613) 562-3878

Czech Republic Consular Offices

611 - 71 Avenue S.E
Calgary, Alberta, T2H 0S7
Canada Telephone (403) 269-4886
Fax (403) 261-3077

2 Bloor Street West
Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3E2,

Number Ten Architectural Group,
115 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0R3,
Canada Telephone (204) 942-0981
Fax (204) 947-9626

Czech Immigration into Canada

The Czech immigration into Canada can be divided into four time periods: 1880-1914, 1919-39, 1945-89, and 1990-2008.

The entire pre-World War I immigration remained relatively small. In 1911 the Canadian census recorded only 1,800 Czechs with almost all in the western provinces of Canada.

After World War I, most new Czech immigrants found employment as factory workers, artisans or farm laborers, and were primarily interested in economic opportunities.

Between the two World Wars, most Czech immigrants settled in Montreal and Toronto. Montreal increased its Czech and Slovak population to 3,700 during the 1920s, and Toronto's Czech and Slovak population grew to about 2,500.

In 1948 thousands of Czechs fled their homeland, when the Communist state of Czechoslovakia was officially established. Over 10,000 Czechs immigrated to Canada between 1948 and 1952. Another estimated 21,000 Czechs and Slovaks entered Canada as refugees between 1968 and 1969.

How can I come to Canada as a visitor, worker or student?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has created an online tool called Come to Canada.

This CIC tool will help you figure out whether you can come to Canada as an immigrant, visitor, worker or student.

This CIC tool will help you understand the requirements for immigrating to, visiting, studying in or working in Canada.

This CIC tool guides you through some questions and based on your responses and your situation and provides a list of options and step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

For additional CIC information use this link

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