Canada is a country whose name has been a symbol of hope for a better life for millions of people from all over the world for more than 300 years. French and British, Germans and Italians, Ukrainians and Poles. All these and many other nations, over the centuries, have built their own country with their own hands, which today is considered one of the most attractive for immigration. But what exactly is Canada’s attractiveness today? Let’s figure it out.
In the world there are quite a few states attractive from the point of view of a potential emigrant. These are practically all countries of Europe, the USA, Australia, New Zealand and, of course, Canada. At the same time, Canada is far from the last in this list. With a comparable standard of living in these countries, Canada has several very specific advantages. Let’s try to consider all the pros and cons in order.
Habitual climatic conditions and ecology
Unlike Australia, Canada has the usual, for most people from the former Soviet Union, climatic conditions. At the same time, Canada is very diverse. Toronto and its environs are located south of Sevastopol. And the climate here is warm and quite mild. The same goes for Vancouver environs. But in the prairie zone a completely different situation. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta are a kind of Canadian Siberia with hot summers and very cold winters. The Atlantic coast and, of course, the zones of the tundra and the Arctic desert, which occupy more than half of the country’s territory, have their own characteristics. However, in areas where most Canadians live, the climate is quite comparable to the European climate.
Canada is considered one of the most environmentally friendly countries in the world. Millions of square kilometers of virgin forests, thousands of pristine lakes, rivers and streams – all this distinguishes Canada from other developed countries of the world. Clean air, quality water and stunning beauty of nature make you feel great at any time of the year.