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About Canada

Canada is one of the best countries in the world with a stress-free lifestyle. As far as education in Canada is concerned, then Canadian Universities are recognized on the world level due to offering a quality education.

Free secondary, primary education, and free healthcare facilities are only a few qualities to mention about the nation where a lion’s share is pending. The Canadian government is concerned about the welfare of everyone residing therein for which it offers social security to the needy. Initiatives like old age pensions for the elderly over 65, unemployment insurance and welfare, and family allowance for children, etc. are some of the best examples that justify the said.

Canada acknowledges numerous societies and religions. Around 66% of Canada's populace development is accounted for outsiders, influencing Canada to have the most astounding per capita migration rate on the planet. The kind of multiculturalism available here is rare to be found in any other nation. Besides, the nation gives the rights to its natives to have double citizenship, enabling nationals and lasting occupants to support relatives wishing to move to Canada.

Canada is an excellent nation. The Canadian government has put aside in excess of 100 national parks and memorable destinations for visitors and inhabitants to appreciate. Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter are four primary seasons in Canada. The climate in every territory can fluctuate contingent upon how far north the region is, making the winters colder and last more. One must deal with the climate while arriving in Canada.

Some Facts about Canada-

  • Capital:Ottawa
  • Population:33,212,696
  • Land area: 3,511,003 sq mi (9,093,507 sq km); total area: 3,855,102 sq mi (9,984,670 sq km)
  • Languages:English & French official
  • Political system: Confederation with parliamentary democracy
  • Education:97 % literacy rate
  • Geography:Second-largest country in world; strategic location between Russia and US via north polar route; approximately 85% of the population is concentrated within 300 km of the US border
  • Climate:Varies from temperate in south to sub-arctic and arctic in north
  • Currency: Canadian dollar