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  • The United Nations regularly names Canada one of the countries with the best quality of life.  The 2009 United Nations survey ranked Canada fourth on the list of the best places in the world to live in. The survey is based on measuring such criteria as the standard of living, education, life expectancy, health care system, and other factors.

  • Canada pursues an active immigration policy. Each year, it welcomes more than 200,000 immigrants who have come from every part of the world. Canada has hundreds of organizations that help newcomers settle into life in Canada. These organizations assist in immediate settlement needs, provide language training, offer employment-related and other services.

  • Canadians today reflect a vast diversity of cultural heritages and racial groups. As a nation of immigrants, the country pursues a policy of multiculturalism where citizens are encouraged to maintain their traditional values and ways of life.

  • Canada allows dual citizenship. Canadian citizens enjoy a visa-free entry to many countries of the world. It is estimated that 187 countries and territories grant visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to Canadian passport holders.

  • Canada has a government-funded, national healthcare system which is free and accessible to all permanent residents. It is publicly administered and comprehensive in the services it covers.

  • Canada is on the list of the world’s top ten countries with the highest life expectancies. The life expectancy of Canadians continues to rise, and has recently reached 80.4 years. Factors like access to health care, advances in medicine, better diets and clean environment all play a role.

  • Canadian cities have some of the lowest living costs in the developed world. For example, the cost of living in Toronto is 30 percent lower than in London, UK. In 2009, Toronto was ranked only 31st among the most expensive cities of the world.  

  • Canada is one of the safest countries in the world. The 2009 Global Peace Index ranks Canada eighth on the list of the safest countries to live in.  Canada scores high for its low levels of crimes.


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