It is very diverse in its people, landscape, climate and its way of life. However, Canadians do share the same important values, values that guide and influence much of our everyday life. These are values of pride, a belief in equality and respect for all individuals in society. Women, men, children and seniors are all equally respected in Canada. These shared values make Canada a friendly, caring, peace loving and secured society in which to live.
Famous for its natural scenery from coast to coast, you will really love it if you enjoy the wide open spaces! It is geared to outdoors.
Canada is a nation that boasts beautiful countryside that is interspersed with stunning modern cities with excellent lifestyle attractions.
People from many cultures call Canada their home creating a diverse and vibrant society. Multiculturalism is embraced throughout the country and provides a huge spectrum of food, arts and festivals in its eye-opening urban life.
Canada is a popular living location with people who are looking to bask in natural beauty whilst enjoying all the modern conveniences that are found in the Western world. The United Nations Human Development Index consistently ranks Canada as one of the world’s best countries to live in which considers factors such as job oportunties, quality of schooling, decent standards of health care, life expectancy and cost of living. It has one of the strongest economies in the world and is a member of the G8, the world’s most prosperous nations.
Canada it is a first world nation with a positive immigration policy, and because the quality of life available can be excellent for those earning a decent salary, middle class Canadians can usually afford to live in detached real estate partly because the country is so vast that there is not a restriction on space! Having said that, in the most built up areas where there is intense demand for space for business and residential real estate, of course costs can be higher.
The climate, despite what many people think, all of Canada is not covered in a blanket of snow for up to 6 months of the year! Canada has seven distinct climate zones and during Canada’s winters the nation is fully geared up to cope with snow and therefore infrastructure does not fail as it does in other places. Life is structured around the winter weather with its snow and ice so that sports and community events for example, embrace the conditions and make the most of the weather.