Why Canada

Why Canada


There is an unlimited opportunity and potential to be found in Canada’s fast-growing and industrialized economy. As one of the richest countries, Canada also offers the highest standard of living while decreasing taxes and strengthening its economy with a 2.3% inflation rate.


Canada spends more money on the education of its citizens than any other nation. Primary and secondary education is free. Canadian colleges and universities are known for their superb reputations throughout the world. Canada is also the most educated country in the world with the highest proportion of college graduates at 51% (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Report on Global Education).


Canada is a truly multicultural country with a rich ethnic diversity and we’re proud of it! Multiculturalism was even adopted in Canada as a national policy. For example, Canada recognized dual citizenship, it supports media such as newspapers, etc. in several languages (Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Chinese…), it encourages minorities representation in the workforce and in education and it offers support and help for newcomers in Canada (translation services, immigration advice etc). Canada is a wonderful example for the world as a leader in cultural diversity, tolerance, peaceful society and safety.


Canadians consider health care a fundamental right. This is why free healthcare is such an important part of what makes Canada extra-ordinary. While the process may be slower, the quality of health care is among the highest in the world, and everyone has access to the medical treatment that they need. The cost of recovery is never a concern, no matter what health challenges you face. Access to social assistance programs and affordable housing also contribute to the overall well being and health of the nation that takes care of its people.

Aside from free health care, there is a social health consciousness that can be seen in traditions like the Wednesday yoga class on the lawn of the nation’s capital. Every Wednesday in the summertime, yoga enthusiasts can join in on this one-hour yoga class tradition that has included as many as 2,500 people at one time and averages 1,000 participants per class.


Canada is famous for its gorgeous scenery and uninhabited land. The views of the untouched and natural environment are breath-taking and composed of beautiful lakes and rivers. There are three oceans, mountains, plains, and some of the most attractive cities in the world, like Toronto.

Canada is filled with famous attractions and awe-inspiring scenery that combine to make this country one of the most extra-ordinary places to live or visit in the world.

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