Please elaborate on “got PR” and “will be activated”. I presume you mean got CoPR/visa in March and will land in November? Can you elaborate on “planning the move” in November? Do you wish to add spouse to your application? Do you wish to do the landing along with spouse, with her being or the application or otherwise?
This one should be obvious, but if you’re not officially getting married before you do your landing, your to-be spouse not your legal spouse yet, and you can’t prove that you were in a “common law partner” relationship, unless you were living together for a while. So I’m not sure how you will add as “accompanying” to your PR application before landing. If anyone on this forum has an answer feel free to add.
There’s no “spouse visa” or a “dependent visa” like you have in the US. If you do a quick google search you will find the answer: the only options are a tourist visa, and spouse PR sponsorship. Also, a PR cannot sponsor spouse unless the PR is living in Canada.
Based on my and others’ experiences, I know for certain that there are greater chances of spouse’s tourist visa to be rejected if you apply for tourist visa after the spouse’s PR application is already submitted!
I would recommend applying and getting the tourist visa for the spouse first (as an individual applicant with not relation to you). Usually the TRV (tourst visa) is valid till passport is valid. That will atleast enable him/her to come to Canada with you.
Once you become a PR and move here, you can sponsor PR under the "family class for spouse (“outland” if not living with you, else “inland”), or spousal sponsorship - inland if co-habiting with you for at least a year.
Usually spouse’s PR can take anywhere from 4-12 months, depending on whether the application is processed in Canada or in spouse’s country of residence.
The spousal PR sponsorship is an entire beast in itself and needs to be another post in the forum.