- Canada had been declared as the best country in the world to live in, for 8 years consecutively by the United Nations.
- The average life expectancy at birth for a Canadian is 81.16 years, the eighth highest in the world. The United States ranks 46th, at 78.14 years.
- Even during recent world-wide worst recession Canada’s economy is better then what it was assumed and will growing twice as fast as the U.S. @ 1.6 per cent during up coming year as said by The International Monetary Fund in latest forecast.
- After receiving citizenship, you can study and work in USA.
- Canada is a country of enviable qualities. It boasts of a life expectancy of 79.1 years and an adult literacy rate of 99%. For the past many years, the United Nations has ranked Canada as first in the world on the Human Development Index. Canadian cities themselves have also received praise for their various qualities.
- In Canada, good employment opportunities exist in many sectors of the economy. Financially speaking, new immigrants earn an average of Can$ 30,000 -Cdn$75,000 annually. It is worth noting that Canada is acclaimed globally for its admirable record of promoting employment equity in the workplace for women and visible minorities
A strong economy over the years has led the government to develop some of the best social welfare programs in the world. The citizens and landed Immigrants have equal rights
- Free Medical Services: All Canadian citizens and landed Immigrants of Canada have free medical coverage. Canadians enjoy the second highest life expectancy in the world at 79.1 years because of its world class health care.
- Education: Education up to grade 13 s free. University and college education is highly subsidized for Canadian citizens and landed Immigrants.
- UIC (Unemployment Insurance): A person, who has worked for a minimum of 20 weeks and thereafter gets unemployed, is entitled to 60% of the last wages drawn.
- Welfare Allowance: A person having tried for a job is not able to find one and is unable to support himself, is entitled to a welfare allowance from the government.
- Pension Plans: The Canada Pension Plan (Retirement Pension) is a monthly payment to people who have contributed to the Canada Pension Plan and who are at least 60 years old. The pension is designed to replace about 25% of the earnings on which one has paid into the Plan. One is eligible for pension if one has made at least one valid contribution (payment) to the Plan, is at least 65 years old or is between the age of 60 and 64 and has partially or completely stopped working.