Don't you wish you could live in a country that's equally welcoming to everyone, where you know that your family would be safest and would enjoy equal opportunities in every field? This might sound like a distant dream but it is not beyond your reach!
There is a beautiful country up here that gives you the perfect balance of sun and snow, welcomes everyone with open arms and offers world class education and job opportunities. We call it Canada.
Some more reasons to move to Canada?
Well, if you've already thought of making the move, you must have done your research and we assure you that you've made the smartest choice.
If you're here to know why Canada is one of the most sought after countries to live in, we can give you a 100 reasons.
Living standards - Canada has one of the best living standards in the world. The country has been consistently ranked at No. 1 for quality of life. With extremely low crime rates, a tolerant and inclusive society, freedom of thought and speech for all, Canada is by far the best multi-cultural mix you will come across. Education and healthcare are given top priority, with free public schooling and public healthcare for all residents and citizens.
Strong economy - Canada is one of the G7 economies that include U.K., USA, France and the likes - the strongest economies of the world. Growing industries in technology, aerospace, production and agriculture have given a tremendous boost to the country's economy in recent years. Which means lower housing costs, lower interest rates and lower inflation rates.
Business opportunities - Canada has some of the best policies for entrepreneurs and business owners looking to invest in the country. Canada gives preferential market access to investors through 14 trade agreements with 51 countries. With 24 International airports, 17 Seaports and 117 Border crossing to the USA, it is a top investment destination.
Job opportunities - The country needs more skilled professionals. With a large chunk of job holders set to retire in the near future, there are numerous job opportunities opening for the youth. Unlike many other countries, you can apply for a visa, under certain systems, even without a job offer and can search for a job once you're here.
CPTPP-The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) gives companies operating in Canada preferential access to one of the largest trading blocs in the world, including key markets in Asia and Latin America.
CETA-The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) ensures 98% of EU tariffs are duty-free for Canadian goods and guarantees market access to both the EU and North America. No other top investment destination in the Americas can offer access to all 28 EU Member States.
Canada has greater economic freedom because of our sound, reliable and transparent public finances.
Immense funding and support for international business expansion.
Ask Europeans who visit Canada, their biggest fascination is Canada’s space. Think of Germany, where 82 million people are packed into 357,000 square kilometres. Canada has 37 million people in almost 10 MILLION square kilometres. If you want crowds, Canada has lively cities. Yet Canada is a place of space – a land for reflection, for connection, for being outside in our natural surroundings.
Country of Lakes-Canada has an insane amount of lakes. There are 563 of them larger than 100 square kilometres. The Great Lakes alone contain 18 percent of the world's fresh water.
Vast land,multicultural, cuisine,all weather adventure activities, world famous tourist sites,national parks,lakes,food,people and what not. Canada has to offer something for everyone and always.Canada is one of the safest and most peaceful countries in the world.
If you want to ski,surf,skate,backpack or breathe the world’s cleanest air-Visit Canada.
Employment- With over thousands of jobs created each month, Canada has a very low unemployment rate compared to other developed countries. Canada ranks high in modern technologies and is rapidly advancing, making this the best place for IT professionals and computer scientists. Telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and engineering are some of the most popular industries in many cities around Canada.
Spousal open work permit and free education for kids- If you have a valid work permit, your spouse or common-law partner can work in Canada too. They will have to obtain their own work permit but will not need a job offer and may accept any job offer in Canada. Kids will be able to study for free at elementary and secondary schools, and all these factors will count in your favour when applying for permanent residency in Canada.
Healthcare and benefits-Unlike most countries where you pay extreme amounts of money for healthcare or free healthcare is poor, Canada offers government funded healthcare for residents and companies offer affordable health-care plans for employees.
There are benefits for women who are pregnant, recently given birth or adopted a child. Pregnancy advice for women includes good health and nutrition suggestions etc.
We have better policies compared to many developed countries with regards to paid holidays and paid leaves, including maternity and paternity leave.
World-class education-Canadian college and university diplomas are recognized around the world. The Canadian educational system encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills (e.g., critical thinking, teamwork and communications) and uses cutting-edge technology and digital media.
Five Canadian universities ranked in the 2018 top 100 for the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Ratings.
To find the university that interests you, visit Education in Canada.
Gain work experience in Canada after you graduate-The Canadian government offers a work program to students who have obtained a diploma from a post-secondary school in Canada and are looking to gain work experience. This is an excellent way to continue to live in Canada while diversifying and developing your professional skills.
Ride Canada’s tech wave-The telecommunications, digital media, video game, biotech and aeronautical engineering industries are particularly strong in Canada. In addition, Canada was the first country to link its schools and libraries to the Internet through its innovative SchoolNet program. It is therefore not surprising that nearly 90% of Canadian households are connected to the Internet. In fact, according to a study by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), Canadians rank 2nd in the world for the average number of hours spent online per user (41.3 hours per month). Among G8 countries, Canada takes 2nd place in terms of Internet penetration rates. What’s more, Wi-Fi is accessible virtually anywhere in the country.