IMMIGRATE TO CANADA
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The world’s second largest country; is a set of ten very wide provinces and three territories. Canada’s national flag features a wide red maple leaf in the centre on both sides with thick red borders. Through parliamentary democracy Canada represents the Federal Constitutional Monarchy. Ottawa is the capital city while Toronto is the country’s largest city. The country’s official languages are English, and French.
It is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories and its inhabitants, environment, climate and way of life are diverse. Canada boasts an amicable, compassionate, peace-loving and safe community. It encompasses numerous geographical regions, including the Atlantic, Central Canada, the provinces of the Prairies, the West Coast and the North.
Canada is one of the G-7 nations in the lead. About 300,000 people move to Canada under different categories each year. It is a country for immigrants and the government offers its people and permanent residents plenty of free services , i.e. free education, free medical, healthcare, job benefits, child tax benefits, old age protection benefits etc.
Canada is a rapidly developing country with a projected 2.4 per cent annual rise. It is among the world’s wealthiest countries. And is one of the minerals’ top producers too.In addition, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, the largest cities in Canada, have been recognised as world-class cities to live and work, for their cleanliness and protection, and for their cultural activities and attractive lifestyles.
Cities, Provinces and Regions
Ottawa is Canada’s capital city, and is situated between Ontario and Quebec on the Ottawa River.
Canada has 10 provinces, each with its own capital city, and three territories. These provinces and territories form five regions:
- Atlantic Provinces: Newfoundland, Labrador, Island of Prince Edward, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick
- Centre Canada: Québec and Ontario
- Prairie Provinces: Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan
- West Coast Columbia
- North: Nunavut, Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories
In southern Ontario and Quebec, southwest British Columbia and Alberta, most people live. Because of the cold climate a lot of the north has a very low population.
Canada’s economy has three main types of industries.
Service: which includes jobs in:
- Health care
- Retail services
- And Many More
Manufacturing: which makes products, such as:
- High technology equipment
- Aerospace technology
- Many other goods
Natural resources: which includes jobs in:
- Live and Work anywhere in Canada.
- Become a Canadian Citizen after living in Canada for three years.
- Purchase/ Sell property in Canada.
- Own and Operate a Business in Canada.
- No Visa required by Canadian citizens/ PR holders to visit USA.
- Entitled to all benefits from Social Programs in effect in the Province of residence of Immigrant like free medical, free education, children allowances, mother’s allowances unemployment insurance etc.
- Skilled Workers and Professionals
- Business Class – Entrepreneurs, Self-Employed, and Investors
- Sponsor your Family
- Provincial Nominees
- Work Temporarily in Canada
- Student Visa
- Quebec Selected Skilled Workers
Benefits of Migration to Canada
Canada is usually at the top of the list of countries people want to move. Canada’s main draw is diverse people with great geographical features, plenty of perfectly usable services, multiple job opportunities.The assurance and sense of being protected is what encourages people to stay in Canada and the state government itself maintains a high degree of security. Also, the Canadian social assistance system is very famous and organizes different courses for people who have lost their jobs and want to start a new sector. The economic system helps with work placements.
Canada is an economically prosperous nation and the wealth flow means that people get decent remuneration for their work and that is very satisfying as stable income helps people to live a happier life.Overall it is a peaceful and secure place to settle in and the immigration process is not as difficult as it is in other countries. Based on educational qualification, age, financial security, work experience and language competence, the Canadian authorities assess prospective immigrants wishing to settle for jobs.