Better life in Canada

08 April, 2021

Better life in Canada

When we talk about quality of life, Canada is one of the countries that crosses our minds and this is not a mistake, as the country strives to offer the best for its citizens and residents.

And that's exactly what makes Canada one of the most popular choices for new immigrants. With wide-open spaces, safety and wealthy cities, the benefits of living in the country are clear. Canada is one of the safest and happiest nations on the planet, with numerous additional perks, from the cute polar bears to the amazing Northern Lights. 

If you’re looking for a better life, Canada should be in your top list of countries to live.

Canada’s low crime rate is envied around the world.  The OECD Better Life Index shows Canada with the score 9.1 out of 10 for safety and security. 

The crime rate is low, ranks 8th out of 162 in the ranking of the safest countries in the world and is often seen as very much safe, compared to many other countries, including the USA.

Canada values education and has long ensured all young citizens have access to the best schooling available, no matter what their background is. The country's government is one of the countries in the world that spends more per capita on education. As a result, Canadian children perform well across the board and, on average, stay in education longer than kids from most other countries. This, in turn, has created a well informed and well paid society that still offers great career opportunities for skilled expats workers.

Canada’s English-French culture was ingrained in the national identity from its conception. So, it is no surprise that today it is one of the most diverse nations in the world. Many members of parliament were born overseas, ensuring tolerance and multiculturalism are promoted and protected at the heart of government.

It’s impossible to walk down a street in Toronto or Vancouver without hearing some foreign languages being spoken or catching the scent of some tempting international cuisine. For an immigrant, it is easy to settle into life in Canada. If you are willing to get out, meet new people and embrace your new country, Canada is ready to embrace you.

The postcard images of spectacular lakes and mountains are certainly attractive, but anyone moving to another country must consider the practical and financial benefits of any possible destination. Luckily, Canada has one of the strongest economies in the world and has a huge variety of career options for any ambitious immigrants.

Canada’s secure economy was voted the most stable for seven consecutive years by the World Economic Forum. This financial security allows Canada to offer a good quality of life for the vast majority of residents and has the second highest standard of living of all the G20 nations.

In February 2021, after an unprecedented pandemic and still facing lockdowns, Canada created 259,000 new jobs, recovering most of the loss from the previous two months of 2020 during the most severe restrictions on the pandemic.

The healthcare system is one of the fairest and most accessible in the world. Medical treatment is mostly free at the point of use and funded by government taxes. Each province is given a health budget to administer locally and issue health cards to all eligible residents allowing them to access healthcare.

Canada can take your breath away at every turn. Every weekend and holiday will be packed with skiing, whale watching, kayaking and hiking around this spectacular wilderness. For a more unique experience, how about swimming with a polar bear or sleeping in an ice hotel? 

Check out the video bellow - 

Marilene Quintana tells you why Canada is one of the best countries in the world to immigrate.


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