Occupational Earnings on the rise!
The Canada Top 10 list:
Rated the best country in the world to live in by the United Nations.
The life expectancy of a Canadian is 82 years, which ranks them among the top five countries of the world.
British Columbia's total land and freshwater area are 95 million hectares, larger than France and Germany combined. Only 30 countries are larger!
At 6.8%, our unemployment rate is the lowest it's been since 1976, with hundreds of thousands of new jobs created each year.
Lowest Corporate Tax rates among all G-8 Countries! Consistently decreasing taxes and a 2.3% inflation rate make for a resilient economy.
Offering free primary and secondary education and subsidized post-secondary studies we spend more on education than any industrialized nation.
A Canadian have access to social assistance programs, affordable housing, FREE HEALTHCARE.
The Canadian Government is doubling the total length of leave new parents can take, as of 31st Dec 2000.
Crime rates are among the lowest in the world, and continue to decline. This concludes immigration to Canada is safe.
Eligibility for Canadian Citizenship within three years of your immigration or arrival.
Prosperity in Canada
A Top Ranking Country among the G-8 Nations, Canada offers unlimited potential and opportunity. With the highest standard of living, Canada is one of the richest countries in the world.
Why it is good to be a Canadian!
"Countless people continue to shop around me, the occasional shopper bumps into my cart and apologizes two or three times. People smile and say, "hello" as they walk past me. I watch as two ladies reach for the same loaf of bread, they touch hands and realize what has happened. Their cheeks turn a wild shade of red, and they each insist the other takes the loaf.
Canadians respect one another. Even though Canadian seem unconcerned with each other's differences, we appear to care quite a bit about each other's welfare. Canadian works so well because most Canadians see people for what they are: people.