With so many options available in the world, why are so many deciding to choose Canada as their new home?
First of all, Canada is a multicultural society that accepts immigrants from all countries of all races, religions and sexes. Canada provides an accepting society for many coming from stricter countries where local laws restrict lifestyle and freedom.
As of this year, it is estimated that for every 1,000 people in Canada, 5.66 of them are migrants. Unlike some countries, in Canada you can actually become a Permanent Resident and eventually a Citizen depending on the immigration status you have entered Canada on and how long you have been living in Canada for.
Canada currently boasts an unemployment rate of just 6.8%. With an ageing population and low birth rate, this provides many employment opportunities for new immigrants to the country.
Canada has one of the top education systems in the world, which is freely available to it’s Citizens and Permanent Residents. For some, this means greater opportunities and brighter futures for their children. In many cases it also means less of a financial burden is required to ensure a proper education as the public schools are better than private schools in some countries.
Canada is also currently rated as the 5th happiest country in the world. For many this is a large improvement over the country they are choosing to emigrate from.
For those looking for a safer environment for themselves and their family, Canada is currently the 7th safest country in the world. Not only is Canada one of the safest countries to live in, but the crime rates are actually continuing to go down. The latest crime statistics show a murder rate of just 1.44 per 100,000 people in a year for the entire country. Compare that with other countries, such as South Africa whose murder rate is 17,068 per 100,000 and it is easy to see why so many are choosing to immigrate to Canada for the safety and well-being of their family.
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