Canada and Australia have signed a mutual agreement that allows young Canadians between the ages of 18 and 35 to travel and work for up to 12 months in Australia. (The age limit was previously 30, but it was raised to 35 in 2018.) This means that while your friends are digging from the driveway to the house in Calgary and picking ice cubes from their eyelashes, celebrate Christmas with a beach barbecue. Sounds pretty cute, doesn`t it? Costa Rica and Canada have an agreement that allows Canadians between the ages of 18 and 35 to travel and work for up to 12 months in Costa Rica. The fee is $120 and you must prove that you have $2500 CAD in your bank account to participate. The working holiday visa page for Canadians no longer seems to work on the Belgian website. I read somewhere that the agreement has been signed but has not yet been concluded. Participation in the program will cost 117 CAD and you will need to prove that you have at least 3400 CAD in your bank account. Norway and Canada have an agreement that allows Canadians between the ages of 18 and 36 to travel and work for up to 12 months in Norway. You must prove that you have at least enough money to make a living from it for the first three months of your stay.
This can be money at the bank or an official offer of paid work. The amount of your bank account must correspond to NOK 10,825 per month (32,475 for the first 3 months). There is also a registration fee of NOK 5,400….