Serbia to Canada

Map of Belgrade, Kosovo, Tivat, Kotor, Nis, Bor, Bar, Subotica, Serbia and Montenegro

Official Title: Republic of Serbia
Capital: Belgrade
Population (million): 7.486
Total Area: 88,412 km2
Currency: Yougoslav dinar (RSD)

The Canadian Embassy in Serbia

Address: Kneza Milosa 75
11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Tel.: 381 (11) 306-3000 Fax: 381 (11) 306-3042
E-mail: bgrad@international.gc.ca
Link to the Canadian Embassy in Serbia.

Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Ottawa

17 Blackburn Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1N 8A2
(613) 233-6280
Link to the Serbian Embassy in Ottawa

Serbia - Canada Information Links

The first Serbs to immigrate to Canada were "gold miners" and settled in BC during the 1850's. In the 1900's Serbs from farming districts migrated to Saskatchewan and formed a Serbian community in Regina. Before and after the World Wars many Serbs went to the cities. New Serbian communities were formed in Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara Falls. Many Serbs practice the Serbian Orthodox Religion and built 15 churches and cultural centres across Canada. In 1984 the Serbian church acquired their first national bishop. In many Canadian cities there are traditional Serbian music and dance groups, Serbian theatre, football and sport groups, and Serbian language instruction. The 2006 Canadian census showed that 52 705 people reported Serbian as their mother tongue.

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 Citizenship and Immigration Canada information use this link

How to Shop for Immigration Services

Canada Travel Language Culture Information Pages



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