Beautiful snow covered view of Whistler city in Canada

You've heard of a winter wonderland before, but have you ever dreamed of walking on snow covered cobble walk streets, exploring the snow white landscape of a quaint village hidden between majestic mountains? Well, you don’t have to dream anymore, because Whistler Canada is a real life winter wonderland that you can visit in Canada!

Located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia, 2 hours’ drive from Vancouver- Whistler is a prime destination for those with a need for adrenaline! Do you enjoy winter sports? You can ski, snowboard, hike, cliff climb or simply relax at world class spas when you visit Canada.

What's more, Whistler attracts over 2.5 million visitors per year from all around the world and the warm Summers now attracts 60% of those guests. Consumer spending in Whistler is nearly C$1.3bn per year! This provides a significant opportunity for businesses to succeed, whilst enjoying the amazing community lifestyle on offer.

Don’t be misled, Whistler is not strictly a tourist destination, if you want to migrate to Canada, you can call Whistler your new home town along with the other 10, 000 people who live in the small village. Whistler has a tight knit community of residents who will make you feel like an integral part of the community!

Whistler is also home to a vibrant education system and a variety of great schools. The Whistler community offers both public and private education opportunities from preschool to high school graduation. Public school’s for primary and secondary students are free of charge if you live in Canada.

Whistler is a great place to live in Canada if you want to escape the big city rush and live in a beautiful, peaceful town that knows how to have a good time.

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