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Canada PR Visa Benefits

A booming economy with lots of jobs

Canada has one of the world’s biggest economies, and the jobs market in Canada has been booming over the past few years. The unemployment rate in Canada is at a record low, meaning that there are tons of jobs available. In fact, this is one of the main reasons that Canada welcomes so many new immigrants every year, because otherwise there would be no one to fill the many open positions.

There are job opportunities across many industries in Canada, including high demand in the oil and gas industries, as well as in healthcare, infrastructure, and construction. However, in recent years Canada has become widely recognized as a booming hub for tech-talent, with the Canadian city of Toronto recently earning the title of the fastest growing tech-hub in North America, surpassing even Silicon Valley. Other Canadian cities also have booming jobs markets, including two other major immigrant destinations, Vancouver and Montreal.

The popularity of tech is reflected in immigration, where in Express Entry, the top three occupations that found success in 2018 were tech-related occupations. But! If you’re working in another industry, don’t worry! Even though tech is booming, it’s simply the crown jewel of Canada’s booming economy

 

Excellent medical and health care treatment for free

As a permanent resident in Canada, you will have access to Canada’s free health care benefits. A distant dream in some countries, Canada offers PRs world-class health care, and they need not spend even a single penny. If your family members immigrated with you, they will also be able to use Canada’s state-of-the-art services and facilities.

 

Free high-quality education

As if free healthcare wasn’t enough, Canada also provides free education to all children under the age of 18. This is for primary and secondary school education, up to a Canadian high school diploma. As a permanent resident, access to this type of education could be a turning point for your family’s future. Being able to send your children to well-established schools teaching modern courses and all the while not spending any money on their education is a dream-come-true for any parent. Apart from that, the Canadian government also provides subsidies to students for higher education. These benefits ensure that you and your family enjoy the possibility for affordable advanced-levels of education and a high standard of living.

 

A safe country with a lot of space

Canada is one of the world’s safest countries, so as a permanent resident, you can rest assured that your family will be secure in their life in Canada. In the 2019 Global Peace Index, Canada ranked as the 6th safest country in the world.

In addition to safety, Canada is also a massive country with a very small population. Canada’s population is only 37.5 million people, a big difference from the 1.3 billion people living in India. Based on the size of the countries, Canada has a population density of 4 people per square kilometer, while India’s population density is 460 people per square kilometer.

If you’re looking for a country with more space for you and your family to enjoy, Canada is one of the best options out there!

 

Social services and social security benefits

The Canadian Government also invests highly in social services and social security. Citizens and PRs can make use of various schemes including subsidies, basic pension, tax benefits for families, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, and more.

 

A multicultural and welcoming society

Canada is known as being a diverse and multicultural society that proudly celebrates newcomers from around the globe. In fact, more than 1 in 5 people living in Canada are first-generation immigrants. In the city of Toronto, nearly half of the people living there are first-generation immigrants.


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