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Canada is the second largest country in the world, with a population of 35,851,774 million (2015 estimate). It spans six time zones and borders three oceans. With highly developed economies and society, Canada relies heavily on US trade and resembles the neighbouring country economically almost in every way. The North American Free Trade Agreement, including Canada, the US and Mexico, has brought a trade boom for Canada.
With vast wildness, nearly 90% of Canadians live within 200km of the border with the United States and 80 % of the total population living in towns and cities.
Although it is not considered the world’s top financial centre, Canada's banks emerged from the economic crisis of 2008-09 to become one among the strongest in the world, owing to the financial sector's tradition of conservative lending practices and strong capitalization.
The financial services sector, recognised as one of the soundest in the world, broadly comprises of banks, trust and funds, insurance and securities, mutual funds, asset management. The capital, Toronto, functions as the hub of all financial and banking activities, directly employing over 250,000 people in the capital (2014).
Few countries in the world offer an as much great quality of life as Canada. Whether your passion is sports, history, or culture, Canada has it all. Western Canada is renowned for its beautiful scenery and mountains, East Canada resembles Europe with cosmopolitan lifestyle and North Canada offers one of the best-preserved wildlife.
Apart from a great climate and vast amount of activities, Canada has one of the highest living standards in the world.
It offers one of the most efficient and safest banking in the world. With the latest high-tech systems the top standard has been maintained for many years.
It was quickly able to recover from the recent global economic crisis and this is down to keeping conservative, even old-fashioned lending standards, such as requiring substantial deposits and proof of income for mortgages. Canadian banks also set aside high levels of asset portfolio - going beyond international banking standards - so they can weather losses on defaulting loans and recessionary storms from the south.
Education is highly valued in Canada. Primary education is free, paid by the taxes, and many continue to post-secondary education after the high school, as this is considered to advance them in future.
Canada advertises one of the highest life expectancies (about 80 years) and lowest infant mortality rates in industrialized countries, which many attribute to Canada's health care system. Although a debate of access to the services is very strong, the quality is second to none.
Canada is always seeking experienced business entrepreneurs to support the development of the economy. It is advisable to do thorough market research and planning before starting a business. Thereafter you need to decide which kind of business structure would be most suitable for your needs.
You can choose from four types of business structures: sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and co-operatives.
For more information please visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada website:
In order to work in Canada, first, it must be established whether a temporary or a permanent visa will be required.
Various general criteria must be met before the application for permanent residence is considered. Skills such as education, work experience, knowledge of English and/or French, and other criteria must be proven in order to become economically established in Canada.
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