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“An Education in Canada is a priceless asset- the key to your secure future.”

 Brief Introduction

Canada – World’s best place to study, Grow & Live.

Canada is a land of rich diversity, encompassing urban sophistication and abundant nature and wildlife. It is safe yet also exciting; stable yet also filled with adventure. It features cutting-edge technology, inspiring cultural icons, and a vibrant society that is open to everyone. Canada is also known to be a modern, progressive nation with open-minded citizens who are proud of diverse origins and ethnic diversity.

 

The 10 provinces and 3 territories of Canada combine to make up the world’s second-largest country by area. Canada’s population is now just 35 million (2013), which is relatively small for a country of this size (Nepal-95) in terms of area. Other hand Nepal has 30 Million Population.

 

Provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Québec, Saskatchewan.

Territories: Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon

 

Since 2004, the United Nations has ranked Canada continuously in the top 10 countries in the world in its Quality of Life Index. Combining excellent educational institutions, an innovative economy, a tolerant and safe culture, and extraordinary beauty, Canada is an ideal destination for international students.

Canada has one of the fastest economic growth rates among the G8 countries, and the International Monetary Fund predicts this trend to continue. Moreover, it ranks:

– In the top 10 most innovative economies in the world

– In the top 10 most competitive economies in the world

– 1st among G8 countries as “the best place to invest and do business”

Map_Canada_political– 1st among G8 countries in “ease of doing business”

– 1st among the G8 countries in providing equal opportunities for individuals, whether born in Canada or a new arrival.

– 1st among G8 countries for “soundest banking system”

Canada was a founding member of NATO, the United Nations, the Commonwealth and the Francophonie. Canada’s government is overall incredibly stable and secure.

 

Quick Facts:

  • Capital: Ottawa
  • Largest city: Toronto
  • Official languages: English & French
  • Continent: North America
  • Population: 35 Million (2013)
  • Capital : Ottawa

 

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