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When immigrating to Canada, one of the main things to be prepared for is the weather. Most of Canada has four distinct seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. The weather in each province can vary depending on how far north the province is, making the winters colder and last longer. Canada has 10 provinces and 2 territories, each with its own capital city. Depending on the location, Canada’s geography can vary anywhere from agricultural land, vast mountain ranges, lakes and rivers, wilderness in the far north to having one of the biggest cities in the world. Canada is also known for its natural beauty, where the Canadian government has set aside more than 100 national parks and historic sites for tourists and residents to enjoy. Our services apply to both companies and individuals and we are here to advise and guide you through the maze that can sometimes be International Immigration Law. There are a wide range of different types of Visas and Permits designed to best accomodate your requirements. We closely examine these requirements and ensure that the route we take together is the most cost effective and efficient.

Canada has been ranked as one of the world’s best places to live in for the past 10 years by the United Nations. Some of the many reasons are the free healthcare and primary and secondary school education. The education in Canada is considered world class where as even the Canadian Universities are recognized as some of the best universities in the world. Along with free healthcare, Canada also offers social security for those in need, for example old age pension for the elderly over 65, family allowance for children, unemployment insurance and welfare. All this is possible because of the political position Canada is in, Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a federal state with a democratic parliament, whose members are elected.

Canada does focus on multiculturalism and is not a melting pot society, meaning there is an acceptance to many cultures and religions, a concept you would not be able to find in other Western Countries. Because Canada is a multicultural society, two thirds of Canada’s population growth is accounted by immigrants, making Canada have the highest per capita immigration rate in the world. Canada gives the rights to its citizens to have dual citizenship, allowing citizens and permanent residents to sponsor family members wishing to immigrate to Canada.

Canada does not only benefit families looking to immigrate but offers many growth opportunities for businesses. Since Canada’s neighbors’ are the United States of America and because of the free trade agreement (NAFTA) gives privilege access to the world’s largest economy. Canada does have its own abundant supplies of energy, natural resources, hydroelectricity, metals, pulp and paper. Not only does Canada have the second largest proven oil reserves, it is also a net exporter of energy giving Canada possible growth in its GDP. Along with offering growth for potential businesses, Canada also benefits laborers, it is estimated by 2013 that 100 percent of the labour growth for Canada will come from immigration, giving oppotunities to immigrant from various background.

In short, Canada is not only one of the largest and most beautiful countries in the world, but is an ideal place to live and work in. Offering growth opportunities for not only individuals such as students looking to better their future with world class education, but also businesses looking for economical growth to families looking to settle and provide a secure future for their children and loved ones.

If Canada does appeal to you and you are interested in immigrating to Canada, you have a number of options when applying for permanent residence status or temporary residence status.

According to a report, Indian holds the second position for number of students that migrate every year to Canada for the educational purposes. And, according to a recent report released on 7th November, 2014, 13,758 visas were issued to the Indian students this year. Not only from India, but thousands of people from all over the world migrate for gaining from its world class education system.

These are not only students excited to study in Canada in fact, Canadian government is also looking forward to double the number of students coming to get educated from Canada. To encourage the foreign students, in June 2014, Canada announced reformed regulations to strengthen Canada sreputation as a study destination and improve services to genuine students, while maintaining Canada’s international reputation for high-quality education

  • Canada land mass is 9 970610 km2 (The worlds second largest country)

  • Canada’s Population is 35.6 million (2011)

  • Expected Life Expectancy: at Canada is 80.9 Years (2008)

  • Immigration to Canada: 559,114 arrivals (2010)

  • Ottawa is the Capital of Canada (located in Ontario)

  • Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories.

  • The Canadian dollar is divided into 100 cents (like the American dollar)

  • In Canada $1 and $2 are represented by coins. Nicknamed the 006Coonie

  • Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a federal state with a democratic parliament

  • The Parliament is in Ottawa and is comprised of the House of Commons (Lower House) and the Senate (The Upper House – whose members are appointed)

  • There are currently 5 officially recognized parties in the House of Commons: The Liberals, Canadian Alliance, Bloc Quebecois, Progressive Conservatives and the New Democratic Party.

  • Canada currently sits on the United Nations Security Council as a non-permanent representative.

  • Canada is a member of many international organizations including NATO, OSCE, OAS and APEC.

  • It is also regarded as a relatively safe and peaceful place to live.

  • Canada is a bilingual nation having both English as well as French as its official languages at the federal level.

Student Immigration:

Canada offers one of the finest education in the world thereby ensuring professional and personal growth of students. Check out the eligibility and skills required to study in Canada.

List of Colleges & universities under SPP (Student Partnership Programme)

  1. Algonquin College

  2. Bow Valley College

  3. Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology

  4. Camosun College

  5. Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology

  6. College of New Caledonia

  7. College of the Rockies

  8. Columbia College

  9. Conestoga College

  10. Confederation College of Applied Arts & Technology

  11. Douglas College

  12. Durham College

  13. Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology

  14. Fleming College

  15. George Brown College

  16. Georgian College of Arts & Technology

  17. Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

  18. Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  19. Lakeland College

  20. Langara College

  21. Lambton College of Applied Arts & Technology

  22. LaSalle College

  23. Loyalist College of Applied Arts & Technology

  24. Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology

  25. Medicine Hat College

  26. Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology

  27. Niagara College

  28. North Island College

  29. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

  30. Northern College

  31. Northern Lights

  32. NorQuest College

  33. Okanagan College

  34. Parkland College

  35. Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology

  36. Saskatchewan Polytechnic

  37. Sault College

  38. Selkirk College

  39. Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

  40. Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

  41. St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology

  42. St. Lawrence College

  43. University of The Fraser Valley

  44. Vancouver Community College

  45. Vancouver Island University

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