Canada is a heaven for people seeking better economic opportunities and a higher standard of living.
Canada is immigrant-friendly
As the second largest country in the world, Canada is home to only 36 million people. There is consequentially lots of room for newcomer, who are vital not only to meet the country’s economic and labour market needs, but also to drive the population forward. Statistics reveal that without immigration, Canada’s population growth will stall. Canada’s culture of tolerance and openness to people of all cultures makes it a particularly popular choice.
Canada’s economy is booming
2017 was another strong year for Canada’s economy with growth reported across all sectors and a rise in goods exports and business investment. An astonishing number of new jobs are being created every month since late 2017 and unemployment is at a historic low. The economy is expected to grow at a similarly steady rate in 2018.
Canada offers world-class education
Canada is a sought-after destination among international students due to the global renown of its universities and the country’s openness to foreigners. A significant portion of the annual budget is allocated to education, which results in consistently high standards of education.
Many Canadian universities, including University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Colombia are regularly named in the global top 100 ranking.
A Canadian degree is also more affordable compared to other English-speaking countries due to lower tuition fees and cheaper health insurance.
Canada boasts one of the highest life expectancies (about 80 years) and lowest infant mortality rates among developed countries, which are widely credited to its publicly funded healthcare system called Medicare.
Medicare provides the same quality of healthcare to all Canadian citizens regardless of medical history or income.
Citizens are provided preventative care and medical treatments from primary care physicians as well as access to hospitals and dental surgery.
Become a citizen
Everyone becomes eligible for Canadian citizenship after just three years of permanent residence in the country.
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