Canada's Immigration and Settlement Online Community

LoonLounge is a place to meet people and learn about life in Canada and the Canadian immigration experience. LoonLounge is a network of communities through which you can connect with people around the world, share experiences and advice, ask questions, make friends, find a job in Canada and create a settlement plan.
Thinking about coming to Canada?
Get to know Canada!
LoonLounge members will be your insight into the Canadian immigration process and life in Canada.
  • Find members of your community who have already made Canada their home.
  • Learn from people who are going through the immigration process.
  • View the latest Canadian job opportunities in your field every time you login.
  • Make friends to greet you when you land in Canada and others to accompany you along the way.
LoonLounge is dedicated to improving the immigration experience by allowing you to learn, share and meet with other people in Canada and around the world.
In the process of coming to Canada?
Create your Canadian Network!
LoonLounge members will help you prepare for life in Canada with knowledge and community support.
  • Find members of your community who have already made Canada their home.
  • Share and compare experiences with other people who are going through the immigration process.
  • View the latest Canadian job opportunities in your field every time you login.
  • Make friends to greet you when you land in Canada and others to accompany you along the way.
LoonLounge puts you in direct contact with the people who can help at every step of the way to life in Canada.
Already in Canada?
Share your Canadian Experience!
Whether you are a landed immigrant or you were born in Canada, LoonLounge members will help you explore Canadian diversity and opportunities.
  • Find people from your own Canadian community or from your home country.
  • Connect to new business and social networks in Canada.
  • View the latest Canadian job opportunities in your field every time you login.
  • Provide guidance and information about life in Canada and the Canadian immigration process.
LoonLounge allows you to help build your Canada, your way.
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Saskatchewan Saskatchewan
Manitoba Manitoba
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Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
Mississauga, Canada Mississauga, Canada
Colombo, Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Did you know?
  • There were 262,228 new immigrants to Canada in 2005. The top three source countries were China, India, and the Philippines.
  • A political party must win 151 seats in Canada's Parliament to form a majority government. Majority governments are quite common in Canada. However, because Canada has more than two political parties, minority governments are possible.
  • When they came to Canada, many early French fur traders and some English fur traders, married First Nations women. Their descendants are called the Metis people.
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