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Quebec Forms

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Where can I get residential tenancy forms in Quebec?

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Why to move to Montreal? Few cities allow you to experience “joie de vivre” — “the joy of living.” Montreal is a city where you’re free to enjoy everything around you. You can explore the city in so many ways that it never gets boring. You can keep going to your favorite restaurants, or try a new one every week. You can try different activities, discover hidden talents, learn something new every day, and truly enjoy life. In Montreal, people work to live rather than live to work. Housing in Montreal is much cheaper than rent in other major Canadian cities like Toronto and Vancouver. While French is the dominant language in most cities in Quebec, Montrealers take pride in being bilingual and using both official languages in their everyday speak.
Why to move to Québec City? With its blend of history, modernity, culture and nature, Quebec City is a reflection of the people who live here. Safe, dynamic, innovative, hospitable and lively, it has a robust economy and offers outstanding quality of life, with a non-stop parade of festivals and major events throughout the year. More than just a vibrant urban centre, Quebec City is a place where all family members can find fulfilling roles to play. When compared to other cities of its size and stature in North America, you’ll find that the cost of living in Quebec City is quite attractive. As a Quebec City resident, you will become eligible for the province’s health care system. Over the last 20 years, some 66,000+ jobs have been created in Quebec City, bolstering what has become one of the backbones of Canada’s national economy.

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