For several years now, Canada has been accepting about a quarter of a million new permanent residents (PR) each year.
For people with skills, work experience, and a good standard of English or French, qualifying for residence is not a huge barrier.
Once accepted, you can take pleasure from the fact that you will be free to live permanently in a country consistently rated by the United Nations as the world’s best country to live in.
If you are bringing children to Canada, it is likely that their education will be important to you. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) compared the performance of school students in 65 countries in mathematics, reading and science. Students in Canadian schools performed better than students from any other English speaking country.
Canada’s health care is publicly funded. Payment Is generally not required for medical treatment, although, depending on the province, it is likely you will pay for pharmaceuticals and dental care.
Canada’s 36 million residents enjoy virtually unlimited recreational opportunities, and you might be forgiven for thinking you have found your dream location.