Canada is among the most immigrant friendly nations in the developed economies. Every year Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of new immigrants from across the globe. According to National Immigration Center (www.conferenceboard.ca/NIC), currently immigrants make 65% of net annual population growth in Canada. By year 2035 an estimated 350,000 new immigrants per year are needed in order to meet Canada’s workforce needs.
Canadians are known for their kind and welcoming nature. Canadian governments at federal, provincial, and municipal levels sponsor and conduct various programs (education/training/employment assistance/cultural orientation) designed to integrate new immigrants into the society.
Pristine natural environment, high quality healthcare system, excellent education system, and safety and security in the country make Canada the No.1 country in the world for Quality of Living. Canada is also ranked among the top for most business friendly, entrepreneurship, raising kids, education, green-living, and transparency parameters.
Canada is among the Top 10 nations worldwide for its GDP, and among Top 20 for GDP per capita. Service industry, manufacturing, mining, oil and natural gas, and technology are prominent industries in Canada. Canada is a country with rich natural resources, and agricultural lands. Trade, finance, and Information Technology are booming industries in Canada.
Canada is home to some of the world-renowned universities. Elementary and Secondary school systems in Canada are among the best in the world and provide world class learning opportunities. The schools are funded by the government. Post secondary institutions such as universities and colleges in Canada are known for their intense research-based education combined with practical elements (coop internships) that prepare students for success.
Canada is a beautiful country. It is one of the largest countries by land area and boasts the longest coastline in the world. Topography in Canada is distinct from province to province. From the islands in the east, Prairies in the central region, and Rockies in the west present a spectacular landscape. Canada shares the Great Lakes with the USA and is home for the wonderful Niagara Falls.