Wednesday 16 November 2022

Spain to Canada to Study and Tour

 Spain to Canada to Study and Tour

Map of Madrid, Cartagena, Granada, Malaga, Murcia, Alicante, Valencia, Barcelona, Bilbao, Aviles, Vigo, Leon, Olivenza, Cordoba, Sevilla, Cadiz, Spain

Canadian Representation in Spain

Embassy of Canada in Madrid, Spain
Goya Building, 35 Nu�ez de Balboa 28001 Madrid, Spain
Postal Address: P.O. Box 587, 28080 Madrid, Spain
Tel.: 34 (91) 423-3250 Fax: 34 (91) 423-3251

Consulate of Canada in Barcelona, Spain
Tel.: 34 (93) 204-2700
Fax: 34 (93) 204-2701

Consulate of Canada in Malaga, Spain
Tel.: 34 (95) 222-3346
Fax: 34 (95) 222-9533

Consulate/commercial office in Barcelona
Tel.: (34) 934 127 236
Fax: (34) 933 170 541

Link to Canadian Embassy in Spain.

Embassy of Spain in Canada

Ambassador: D. Eudaldo Mirapeix y Mart�nez.

Address: 74 Stanley Avenue
Ottawa (Ontario). K1M 1P4.

Phones: (1-613) 747 2252 / 7293 / 1143 / 6181
Fax: (1-613) 744 1224

Edmonton Consular Office
27 Westridge Crescent Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 1C7, Canada Telephone (780) 444-9146

Halifax Consular Office
1345 Hollis Street Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1T8, Canada
Telephone (902) 422-0400
Fax (902) 422-9439

Montreal Consular Office
1 Westmount Square Montr�al, Quebec, H3Z 2P9, Canada
Telephone (514) 935-5235/219-2391 (24h)
Fax (514) 935-4655

Quebec Consular Office
2601 Biencourt Qu�bec, Quebec, G1V 1H6, Canada
Telephone (418) 651-6548
Fax (418) 653-3829

St. John's Consular Office
131 Duckworth Street St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1C 1E9, Canada
Telephone (709) 722-6636
Fax (709) 738-3775 Internet

Toronto Consular Office
2 Bloor Street East Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A8, Canada

Spanish in Canada

The Spanish first travelled to the fishing banks off the coast of Newfoundland in Basque ships in the early 1600s and left names such as Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and lie aux Basques in the Gulf of St. Lawrence which attest to the early Spanish presence.

The Spanish also travelled up the coast of California and settled in the south-western part of what is now British Columbia from 1752 to 1791. They made land claims there until the Spanish Empire lost the settlements to the British in 1818.

Most early Spanish emigrants chose to re-settle in Spanish colonies in Central and South America. From 1913 until 1950 only 4,000 Spanish immigrants had entered Canada. After 1950 it was the economy which prompted many to leave Spain and Canadian census statistics indicate that there were about 213,100 persons of Spanish origin in Canada in 2001 with approximately 75 percent living in Ontario or Quebec.

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 Citizenship and Immigration Canada information use this link

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