It's been a while this post was on... but "transfer" that you meant is obviously school to school, which can be university to university, college to college, or college to university (easier than university to college, I heard).
First of all, as above members, the tuition won't be easy to pay because there are 75% or more for international students, although Canada is one country so there is usually no difference from each province resident.
...and there are health insurance and other fees, et cetera, et cetera..., which all eventually cost twice more than Canadians.
Except, nursing (either BSN or LPN) is quite high demanding program, waitlists might be hectic, but residents in the province (supposed to, or usually) have priority.
Better acceptance than other health related majors maybe... cuz as far as I know medical, pharmacy, dental schools accept only PRs (Permanent Residents) and citizens for a loooooong time (only 11 medical schools? I think... similar numbers in other majors).
Nursing used to be open, but any health relative program should accept (pretty much every college is like that, so I guess some kind of policies?) the current residents of the province first, so nursing also, would prefer accept their provincial residents first, as last decades.
Anyway, the problem is, as CYXD has mentioned above, if they (whichever school that you contact) are going to accept your previous credits.
There is RPL (or PLAR... abbreviation for credit transfer/challenge/evaluation programs; Recognition of Prior Learning used by universities and colleges... although each school can have some difference, but mostly similar... as long as you pay the application fee first. There is additional fees and these sort of policies are in US schools, too)
For example, internationally, CGFNS does that kind of job, except it's a third party company to do works for college/university/boards (of nursing or other health professions) that don't have enough human resources to do internally. (needs experts in RPL / credentiality major or certificates, of course)
The schools won't reply you for the details of whether they accept your credits or not, until they get your application first then process the rest... in the middle, "international credentiality" will be requested.
I met some students who gave up on transferring "credits" to enter other major programs, (a US university to a Canadian college) and I even heard a Canadian college graduate was asked to submit "translated documents" to prove her prerequisite courses.
... she was not from Quebec, but I guess some far-away college assessors didn't know where Canada is. (well, a long time ago)
A long story short, unless you are determined to do something in Canada, it would be a long journey with process, documents, communications, fees, and whatever might not be worth trying - especially time consuming... I went through CGFNS a couple times, so I think it would be easier if I were dragged by a same town college... that I can visit even sacrificing my time with long line-ups.
Oh, and some programs might ask you for English exam, even if your first language is English. (mostly reading ... since there are less literate students, of course. More like just proving you are qualified to understand their lectures. Very high demanding language scores in some colleges... Sometimes frustrating because I have met people who barely graduated from high school but acceptable into colleges without English literacy because they were born there.)
Anyway, you must research the potential schools first because every school has slightly different policies and procedures, even though all look same outside. (school is school? no way... administrations and student records are different too.)
You need more averaged info and statistics. (It would be nice if there are "Compare Products" buttons on colleges altogether... *sigh*.)
Good luck on your search and adventure.