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Migrate To Canada

    Thinking of immigrating to Canada? One of the biggest countries in the world, this section will help you understand why Canada is the first choice for many immigrants. Canada is located in the western hemisphere and occupies the northern part of North America. It is bordered by the United States to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean, and Arctic Ocean to the north and Alaska to the northwest. Canada's geography is a myriad collection of landscapes that change vastly from one place to the next. A commonly held belief is that Canada is a very snowy country. While this may be true in some parts of the country, the weather is mostly pleasant and different in each region.

    Capital and City Centers

    Ottawa, located in the province of Ontario, is the Capital City of Canada. Other major city centers that are popular landing spots for new immigrants include:
        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Montreal, Québec
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Calgary, Alberta
        • Ottawa, Ontario
        • Edmonton, Alberta
        • Québec City, Québec


    Canada is a bilingual country with English and French as its official languages. But in recent years, with the arrival of immigrants, more languages have started to sprout up. Aside from English and French, the languages which are spoken are: Chinese, Punjabi, and Spanish.

    The Economy

    Canada prides itself on having the 10th biggest economy in the world. With strict monetary and banking controls, Canada weathered the financial crisis (2008-2010) better than some developed countries, and now finds itself in a competitive position. Major economic sectors include agriculture, mining and resources, and various services industries.

    Pastimes and Attractions

    Canada is known for its love of hockey and Nordic sports including ice-skating, cross-country skiing and downhill skiing. Canadians are also known to embrace outdoor activities such as hiking, snowmobiling, sailing, rowing and canoeing. In recent years, sports such as cricket, soccer and Canadian football have grown in popularity. Canadians are supportive of arts and culture in their country and participate in and promote Canadian film, literature, music and theater.
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