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CANADA

Once accepted, you can take pleasure from the fact that you will be free to live permanently in a country consistently rated by the UN as the world’s best country to live in.

Furthermore, Canada is the world’s second biggest country, rich in natural resources including oil reserves second only to Saudi Arabia.

Despite the abundance of natural wealth, real estate in most Canadian locations has traditionally been cheap compared with other developed countries.

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CANADA NEEDS YOU

Canada has an aging population, and faces a looming labour shortage. As a country, we depend on immigration to maintain our population growth.

Canada needs you to help sustain the economy.

HEALTHCARE

Like Education, access to necessary medical services is considered a right in Canada. The national health insurance system guarantees that no Canadian citizens or permanent residents will be denied medical care because they can’t afford it.

In Canada, your annual income doesn’t determine your access to medical treatment.

CANADA IS SAFE

Canada is a free and tolerant country whose tolerance is upheld by a constitutional Charter protecting rights and freedoms.

Canada consistently does well in global surveys on safety, progress, and quality of life. In the 2016 Social Progress Index, Canada ranked 2nd overall. It’s 8th safest country in the world according to the Global Peace Index.

THERE’S PLENTY OF ROOM FOR YOU

Canada is the second largest country in the world. It’s nearly ten million square kilometers, but the population is only 35 million. Canada boasts a spacious countryside and scenic coastal towns with plenty of room for newcomers.

The Canadian countryside is so beautiful, that even people who choose to live in a bigger city escape to cottages in the country regularly.

You’re not alone

Canada admits about 250,000 newcomers every year. Although the United States admits more newcomers overall, Canada’s population by size is much smaller. So as a percentage of our total population, Canada admits twice as many newcomers a year as the United States. In fact, one in five Canadians are foreign-born! Canada has a lot of experience with immigration, and is invested in immigrants’ success.