Canada is among the richest countries in the world with enormous potential. Every year immigrants chose Canada as their preferred home. They bring with them their unique cultural attributes which have added variety to this country. Here, people of different races, religions, and ethnic backgrounds live in peace and harmony. As prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau alluded “Canadians have proven that a nation can be stronger not in spite of our differences but because of them”.
Canada is a favourite destination for immigrants who wish to find a new home, start a new life, build a career or develop a new business in a friendly, multicultural and tolerant society. Canada is renowned for its political and economic stability. As new Canadian citizens, you will enjoy the freedom and luxury of our lifestyle; splendid outdoor living, an excellent education system and medical care for your entire family.
The United Nations survey has placed Canada as the best country to live for several consecutive years and here is WHY;
One and only country in the developed world, Canada declared billions of Dollars of budget surplus for last several years, due largely to strong economic growth and increased employment.
Canada, as a member of NAFTA, it provides assured access to Canadian business and professionals to USA and Mexico, large and growing domestic market of its own.
Canada’s rate of inflation (between 0.7% and 1.9% since 1995) is one of the most stable rates in the G-8 nations.
Canada provides a cost-competitive and future-oriented environment for business: quality, productive workers, a competitive tax system, prime locations for Research and Development activities, abundant energy at low prices and an excellent infrastructure.
Canada’s Economy Continues to Deliver:
Canadian Minister of Finance recently announced that, once again (since 1997), Canada was the only Group of Eight (G-8) country to post a surplus. This will be another consecutive year that the Canadian government has stayed out of deficit – the longest streak of surpluses since Confederation. Canada is enjoying one of the best financial records whose highlights include:
A strong credit rating, which has paved the way for consistently low interest rates, especially for home buyers;
The best record in the G-8 for growth in living standards;
Strong export growth:
A revamped Canada Pension Plan, making Canada one of the few countries in the world with a rock-solid public pension system;
More than $100 billion in cumulative tax cuts, with tax cuts in every budget since 1996, with a primary focus on middle and low income families; and
More than $200 billion in investments for Canadian’s highest social and economic priorities, such as health care and Equalization; children and families; learning skills and innovation; affordable housing, community infrastructure and the environment;
And the best is yet to come. The progress we’ve made provides us with the foundation we need for what we still seek to achieve. In short, our fiscal responsibility has made our ambitious social and economic agenda possible.
Having created hundreds of thousands of new jobs in different industries each year, Canada has the best job-creation record in the G-8. Canada’s unemployment rate is under 7% on average.
The Canadian healthcare system is one of the best in the world. Immigrants as well as Canadian citizens are provided healthcare at free of cost. Furthermore, the healthcare professionals in Canada are among the most highly trained in the world.
Canada is among the G-8 countries that spend the most per capita on education. And the investment yields a world-class performance from Canadian teenagers, who consistently produce among the highest international reading, mathematics and science test scores in studies conducted by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
A degree from Canadian university is recognized world-wide and is widely regarded as one’s passport to successful and prosperous career. Affordable tuition fees reflect the country’s longstanding commitment to universal access to a quality education. And the diversity of the student population is an extension of Canadian society itself, as universities and colleges host roughly 180,000 international students annually.
Elementary and Secondary education at public schools is free in Canada. For those who prefer a fee-paying private system there are also a number of good private schools.
Canada has one of the highest standards of education, particularly at the post-secondary level. It is the home of well-known universities such as McGill, Queens, University of British Columbia (UBC), McMaster, University of Toronto, and many others. An immigrant pays the low tuition fees offered to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Major Canadian cities such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal have attracted many immigrants. In this era of fear and insecurity, Canada has been able to maintain an enviable record of law and order and public safety.
Canadians work hard to keep their environment clean. Maintaining clean air and water is a national priority.
Canadian law requires that any person providing immigration consulting either in Canada or abroad must be registered with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC).
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants are not only professional, but they are required by law to:
When choosing a Regulated Canadian Immigration Advisor, one should be able to see him or her as a partner who cannot only guide them through the process, but also help them settle into a country after landing. One should make sure the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant s/he is choosing:
There are many horror stories. If one is considering Immigration to Canada and looking for a regulated immigration consultant, s/he should check Council’s list of members on the ICCRC website. If one can’t find the consular name on website, s/he is NOT authorized.
Also one must read the Code of Ethical and Professional Conduct for Members (available on the Council’s website). This helps understand what to expect a RCIC.