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Living in Laval

Located in southwestern Quebec, Laval is one of the largest cities in Quebec and is known for being the ‘flower and garden capital of Quebec’ because of its beautiful floral and garden displays which are present throughout the city. Located near to Montreal , it is a unique area with plenty to offer. The city is popular with tourists and expatriates in Laval will be able to appreciate a number of attractions in the city as well as the scenery. Expats living in Laval can, for example, explore the Sainte-Rose district which boasts a number of leisure facilities, including a large golf course as well as various restaurants and shops. The Cosmodome is another popular attraction which contains the Space Science Center as well as Space Camp Canada. Popular sports in Laval include baseball, basketball and Canadian football, so more active expats living in Laval are bound to find something to do as well.

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Moving to Laval

With plenty of outdoor spaces, expats moving to Laval will be able to appreciate the beautiful surroundings, which are also much appreciated and often visited by those from inner Montreal looking to get away from the busy city. The climate in Laval is similar to the rest of Quebec, with hot and humid summers and very cold winters with spells of snow not uncommon. For expatriates moving to Laval with families, there are a number of highly recommended schools in the city, offering both French and English education, as well as a Laval campus for the Université du Québec a Montréal. Getting around the city is easy thanks to the extensions of Montreal’s metro to Laval as well as a commuter rail system and buses which run through the city. The InterNations community is designed to put expats in touch with fellow expatriates who may be able to offer information about moving to Laval as well as other advice on relocation and expat life in general.

Working in Laval

Laval has a very diverse economy which means that there are a number of work opportunities in the area, particularly in retail, technology, pharmaceuticals as well as in industry thanks to the city having four large industrial parks. Other areas include agriculture and work in the city’s stone quarries. The rates of salaries are quite high in relation to the cost of living, making Laval an affordable city to live in and a popular choice for those wishing to live in Quebec. In order to get more detailed information about life as an expatriate working in Laval, you should sign up to the InterNations website which could put you in touch with likeminded individuals from over 190 different nationalities with the experience of working abroad. It is a highly useful resource for finding out about real experiences and getting information from those who have experienced the area first hand.

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