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As a member of the G7 group of leading industrial countries, Canada enjoys a high standard of living, excellent public infrastructure, a highly educated and skilled labour force, a world-class educational system and a well-deserved reputation as a successful trading nation.

Canada prides itself on the availability of excellent social services, primarily the publicly financed healthcare system known as Medicare.

Canada is known for its tolerance, respect of human rights, and social justice. Internationally, Canada has a strong record of standing against discrimination and injustice. A respect for human rights and personal freedom is deeply held, and both are constitutionally enshrined in Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

With a rich history of immigration, Canada is an extremely plural, multicultural society. Canada always needs the skills, talents and enthusiasm of newcomers to continue to grow.

Today, Canada is home to immigrants from all over the world, and it continues to attract people from all over the world who want to migrate to Canada and live there.

Immigrants are attracted to this beautiful country as it promises stability, prosperity and peace.

Latest Immigration News
  • Canada welcomes record number of new Canadians
    So far in 2014, Canada has welcomed more than 75,900 new citizens; the highest intake of new Canadians in almost 4 years. Canada has the highest rate of naturalization in the world with 85 per cent of eligible permanent residents becoming citizens. As a result, potential migrants have identified Canada as a viable place to migrate to, and since 2006, the CIC has received a steady increase in citizenship applications from around the world.
  • New Caps for Quebec Immigration Programs Published
    A number of measures for Quebec immigration programs, including Skilled Worker, Investor, and Entrepreneur programs have been announced by the Quebec Government recently.
  • Chance for Second Round of IEC Visas
    The International Experience Class programme offering two-year working holiday visas for Irish people will open the second round on 1 April 2014.