1- The United Nations ranked Canada as one of the best
places to live in the world!
This evaluation of Canada is based on the average life span of a
Canadian resident, the level of education, the quality of life and
the way of living in general. It also takes into account the large
fresh water resources, the low population density, the low crime
rate and the accessible health care system.
2- Canada needs you!
Canada has 30 million people, which is a relatively small population
in comparison to the size of its territory. New immigrants represent
approximately 1% of the population, which makes Canada one of the
largest immigration and welcoming countries in the world. An aging
population and a low birth rate entices Canada to ease its immigration
policies. For several years, Canada’s immigration quota has been
3- The Canadian education system is one of the best throughout
Canadian education is largely subsidized by the governments, which
reduces tuition fees. Canada is very proud of its vast choices of
quality educational institutions, delivering degrees and diplomas
in various fields. More than 106 000 foreign students pursue their
studies in Canadian colleges and universities. This is a chance
to meet students from all over the world. Students are allowed to
work on campus without any work permit. They are also allowed to
work anywhere following their graduation for a maximum of one year.
4- A sure and stable country.
Canada is a pacific country, politically stable, secure and has
laws that protect the rights of its citizens. Canada is one of the
best countries to guarantee its citizens their rights. The Canadian
charter of rights applies to everyone. This guarantees freedom of
speech, religion and the ability to travel and more, whether you
are a citizen, a permanent resident or just newly arrived to Canada.
5- Excellent health care.
In comparison to other countries health care systems, affordable
public medical insurance makes the Canadian health care system more
accessible. All hospital care is free, except for certain procedures
and dental care. Our hospitals are amongst the most advanced and
accessible in the world.
6- Social System.
Canada is recognized around the world for its social systems by
offering a broad range of social security benefits to its citizens,
in particular an old-age pension starting at the age of 65, family
allowances, unemployment insurance and social assistance.
7- Learn and master another language!
For more than a century, the two official Canadian languages (French
and English) have been taught as second languages, which explains
Canada’s position as a leader in languages teaching.
8- A country with business opportunities.
Canada is a world-class competitive country, with immense possibilities
for investors. Companies will find highly qualified workers, a growing
productivity, a dynamic business environment and favorable laws
9- A multicultural country.
Each year some 250 000 immigrants land-in Canada, making it the
leading immigration country in comparison to its population, which
has just passed the 31 million mark. Canada is home to many native
peoples called first nations. During the last 150 years Canada has
welcomed 15 million immigrants.
10- Nature and the four seasons.
Even with its large cities Canada has vast territories and natural
parks. The temperatures change considerably throughout the year.
Some cities get almost no snow while others get plenty. Everyone
can find so many things to like including indoor and outdoor sports
and leisure activities for little or no fees. The four seasons offer
a great variety of entertainment and amusement.