Try Toronto - there are large Portuguese and Brazilian communities there and many places of interest to visit..
Winter in Canada can be cold, and Vancouver is cold too - in fact it often feels colder than other areas because of the dampness in the air. If you aren’t used to snow and winter - consider it a new experience! 🥶
The three biggest cities in Canada (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver) are all very safe, clean, interesting, with lots of opportunities. Choose Toronto if business and career are most important to you. Choose Montreal if you have some connection to French. Choose Vancouver if outdoor recreation and smoking weed is most important.
@chienblanc Yes this is very true. A few degrees above zero in Vancouver can cut right through your clothes and you will feel the cold. But properly dressed it's not a dangerous cold as a rule. If you got soaked to the skin and were outside for a long time. Then you are risking hypothermia. imagine a Toronto street at -20 Celsius. You of course would be wearing heavy clothes against the cold. If you work to hard and begin to sweat in your clothes. You will get dangerously cold very quickly. So in those conditions you move slowly and leave yourself lots of time to get to your destination. On the west coast it's all about not getting wet from rain.
People always seem to comment on temperature. The fact of the matter is that for most people now are not in a position that it matters much. Canada is a first world country and as such we have modern miracles like air conditioning and central heat. So realistically unless you have to wait at a bus stop or are walking somewhere. Your exposure to heat or cold is limited to walking to your car or from your car to climate controlled areas. So don't let temperature have an effect on your choice. I would go with one of our three largest cities that have all been mentioned above. What I would suggest picking a city that is beside one of them. That way you get all the benefits of that large city. Without most of the increased costs of actually living there. In that case southern Ontario is likely your best bet. It's pretty much a solid stretch of pavement from Windsor to Ottawa well into Quebec as well.
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