Universities of Montreal: Higher education in French Canada

When you move to a new city, it's always interesting to know what kinds of colleges and universities are in the area. Whether you're planning to attend school or not, the universities can add a great deal of liveliness and diversity to a community. In Montreal, you'll find some of Canada's most reputable and [...]

2019-05-13T16:38:33+00:00By |0 Comments

Education Nation: A Guide To International Schools In Canada

When you and your family are planning a move to one of Canada’s prospering cities, you’re bound to have a litany of questions. Things like, “where are we going to live?” or “what’s the best bakery in town?” will surely swirl around the top of the list. But right up there with the most [...]

2019-05-13T13:03:49+00:00By |0 Comments

Enrolling children in English schools in Québec: Bill 101

Although Canada is primarily an English-speaking country with French as a secondary language, venture into the province of Québec and you'll find that the predominant language is French. In fact, French is the sole provincial official language, meaning that services, legislation, business and commerce are all conducted first and foremost in French. It also [...]

2018-12-29T11:16:28+00:00By |0 Comments

Another relocation solution: The International Schools Database

Finding the right school for your kids can be tricky. Finding the right school for your kids in a new city or a foreign country can be frustrating, confusing, and exasperating. For the last two decades, we here at ARIANNE Relocation have helped thousands of families manage this challenging process of researching, comparing and [...]

2018-11-11T22:29:09+00:00By |0 Comments

Elementary and Secondary French-language schools in Ottawa

Relocating to a new city like Ottawa is already a complex process, but it can be made even more difficult if you're also looking into schools for your children. It can be especially challenging when you're looking for French-speaking schools in an English-speaking province. Across the province of Ontario there are 455 French-language schools, [...]

2018-06-01T11:24:06+00:00By |0 Comments