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Canada has always been a first-rated study-abroad destination for students from all over the world. Canada, as a country, has constantly been ranked as a good place to live, which is true in the field of education too. Those who seek high quality in education and life can opt Canada for their studies.

Canada offers quality education with excellent value and lots of choice. Canadian universities maintain a high standard of academic excellence. They are at the forefront of information technology and many campuses have top of the line research facilities, ensuring students are equipped for the 21st century. A degree from a Canadian school is considered equivalent to an American degree.

International students choose Canada as their study destination, as the country offers diverse choice of about 90 Universities and many other quality Community colleges. The educational system in Canada provides students with adequate chance to gain learning experience in international surroundings. The cooperative work programs combined with their main subject and course helps them to become more grounded in their specialization. The quality education and superior culture of Canada are the main features that lure the students to choose the country as their study destination.

The cost of living in Canada is a major issue for international students pursuing higher education in the various educational institutions.

Canada spends more per capita on its education system than any other country in the G-7 and is among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). A degree from a Canadian university is recognized world-wide and as a result, international students who graduate from Canadian universities enjoy successful and prosperous careers.

Canada has one of the best reputations in the world and for good reasons! Canada is known for a high standard of living, multiculturalism, political stability, a clean and safe environment, a commitment to its citizens and to building a better world for all countries and all nations. Canada is an active member of the UN and has a world class reputation for peace keeping and mediation. Canada has so much to offer to those who visit and live here.

Canada has two official languages English and French. Students from all over the world prefer Canada for its absolute English-speaking atmosphere even if it has more than one official language.

Canada is a country that is blessed with comfortable population density, peaceful atmosphere, politically stable environment and geographical conditions that is unaffected by natural calamities. Thus, it draws attention of large number of students worldwide every year

General Information
Throughout Canada's history, millions of immigrants have helped to build this country. Today, Canada, a country with two official languages, welcomes people from more than 150 countries each year.

Canada is proud that many different cultural and ethnic groups live and work in harmony. In a country as large and diverse as Canada, the idea of equality is very important.

Throughout Canada's history, millions of immigrants have come to build this country. Today, Canada welcomes people from more than 150 countries every year. Canadian believes in the importance of working together and helping one another. People who help others without being paid are called volunteers. There are millions of volunteers across Canada. Some people join community groups and help with local projects. Others help friends and neighbours in need.

Canada's Economy
Canada's economy is based on a combination of many industries. There are three main types of industries in Canada: natural resources, manufacturing and services.

Natural resource industries include forestry, fishing, agriculture, mining and energy. These industries have played an important part in the country's history and development. Today, the economy of many areas of the country still depends on developing natural resources.

Manufacturing industries make products to sell in Canada and around the world. Manufactured products include paper, technological equipment, automobiles, food, clothing and many other goods. Our largest international trading partner is the United States.

Service industries provide thousands of different jobs in areas like transportation, education, health care, construction, banking, communications and government. Over 70 percent of working Canadians now have jobs in service industries

Canada is a very large country with an area of 10 million square kilometres, but it has a fairly small population. About 30 million people live here. Most Canadians live in the southern parts of Canada.

The national capital of Canada is Ottawa, Ontario. The federal government and the Parliament are located in Ottawa.

The largest important cities of Canada are Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Quebec City and Halifax. Canada has 10 provinces and three territories. Each province and territory has its own provincial parliament and government.

The Canadian Way of Life
Canada is an immense country. It is very diverse in its people, its landscape, its climate and its way of life. However, Canadians do share the same important values. These values guide and influence much of our everyday life. These are values of pride, a belief in equality and diversity and respect for all individuals in society. Women, men, children and seniors are all equally respected in Canada. Canadians may be different from each other but it is these shared values that make Canada a friendly, caring, peace loving and secure society in which to live.

Fairness, Tolerance and Respect
Canadians want fairness and justice for themselves, their children and their families. And most are fair and just to others, no matter who they are or where they come from.

Diversity and Cooperation
Canadians understand the value of cooperation. In a country as large and diverse as Canada, people must be able to learn to resolve or ignore small conflicts in order to live happily and peacefully.

Equal Opportunity
Canadians believe in equality. Each person is equal before the law and is treated equally by the law. Women and men have the same opportunity for success. Canadians let people live as they wish, as long as they do not limit how others live.

Civil Responsibility
Canadians appreciate their rights and freedoms, which are the same without regard to gender, race, or ethnicity. Most also want to contribute to our society. As a newcomer, you should be aware of your rights and responsibilities. The right to participate in Canadian society implies an obligation to help it succeed. Canadian citizenship is about caring enough to want to get involved and make Canada even better.

Environmental Responsibility
Canadians are especially conscious of their natural environment and the need to both respect and protect it for the future. For example, individual Canadians participate in recycling programs that help convert "garbage" into usable materials. Canadians also like to keep their parks and streets clean, by putting their garbage into garbage cans and cleaning up after their pets. In many public places, smoking is not permitted.

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