China to Canada to Study and Tour

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Harbin, Wuhan, Chengcu, GuangZhou, Nanjing, ZhengZhou, Shenyang, Chongjing, Tianjin, China, Asia

Canadian Embassy and Consulates in China

Beijing - Embassy of Canada
19 Dongzhimenwai Dajie,
Chao Yang District
Beijing 100600,
People's Republic of China
Tel.: 86 (10) 6532-3536
Fax: 86 (10) 6532-5544

Shanghai - Consulate General of Canada
American International Centre
West Tower, Suite 604,
1376 Nanjing Xi Lu
Shanghai 200040,
People's Republic of China
Tel.: 86 (21) 6279-8400
Fax: 86 (21) 6279-8401

Hong Kong - Consulate General of Canada
14th Floor, One Exchange Square Central
Hong Kong SAR,
People's Republic of China
Postal Address: P.O. Box 11142 Central
Hong Kong SAR, China
Tel.: 85 (2) 3719 4700
Fax: 85 (2) 2810-6736

Chongqing - Consulate Of Canada
Room 1705, Metropolitan Tower
Wu Yi Lu, Yu Zhong District
Chongqing 400010,
People's Republic of China
Tel.: 86 (23) 6373-8007
Fax: 86 (23) 6373-8026

Guangzhou - Consulate General of Canada
China Hotel Office Tower, Suite 801
Liu Hua Lu, Guangzhou
Guangdong 510015,
People's Republic of China
Tel.: 86 (20) 8666-0569
Fax: 86 (20) 8667-0267

Chinese Embassy and Consulates in Canada

Embassy of the People's Republic of China
515 St. Patrick Street
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 5H3,
Canada Telephone (613) 789-3434,3513,8422/762-3769 (24h)
Fax (613) 789-1911

1011 6th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, T2P 0W1,
Canada Telephone (403) 264-3322/703-9501 (24h)
Fax (403) 264-6656

240 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2P4,
Canada Telephone (416) 964-7260/419-9839 (24h)
Fax (416) 324-6468, -9013

288-1338 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC, V6H 2E6,
Canada Telephone (604) 736-3955
Fax (604) 734-0311

Chinese in Canada

Immigration by the Chinese to Canada can be divided into two periods. The first period covers sixty-five years from the earliest arrivals in 1858 to the passage of the Chinese Immigration Act in 1923. The years after World War II constitute the second period. During this era the immigration laws against the Chinese were repealed, and they re-gained their civil rights and status in Canada.

Chinese immigration to Canada began in 1858. This initial migration was in response to the discovery of gold in the Fraser valley of British Columbia. Many of the first Chinese migrants came from California. The Chinese miners were attracted to the new opportunities in Canada. During 1860s and 1870s, many Chinese came as independent miners and workers; others were recruited as contract or indentured labourers.

Large-scale Chinese immigration began when the western section of the Canadian Pacific Railway was constructed. Over eleven thousand Chinese arrived in Victoria by ship in 1881 and 1882 alone.

Between 1956 and 1967, a total of 30,564 Chinese immigrants came to Canada, many as part of a family unit. In 1967 Canada adopted a universal point system for assessing potential immigrants. These changes brought record levels of immigrants to Canada. Between 1968 and 1984, 170,720 Chinese are estimated to have entered the country from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In the next seven years, another 176,197 individuals came from these areas; they made up about 16 percent of the total immigration for the period. By 1991 an estimated 388,651 Chinese had immigrated to Canada.

How can I come to Canada as a visitor, worker or student?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has created an online tool called Come to Canada.

This CIC tool will help you figure out whether you can come to Canada as an immigrant, visitor, worker or student.

This CIC tool will help you understand the requirements for immigrating to, visiting, studying in or working in Canada.

This CIC tool guides you through some questions and based on your responses and your situation and provides a list of options and step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

For additional CIC information use this link

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