Canada is seen as one of the sole countries in the world where the fierce conflicts between the radical left and right have not seemed to have taken a drastic toll on the sociological structure of the country. As a country, the values and ethics which are enshrined by the people of Canada allow for a more flexible influx of migrants into their country.
Despite political strife existing in Canada in terms of leftist or rightist governments, both types of governments present in the country are in synchronization over certain hotly debated issues such as Women’s Rights and the rights of the LGBTQIA+ Community.
In the 1970s, under the leadership of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Canada adopted an extremely Open Border Form of government and attitude towards Multiculturalism. The country is particularly well known for its ‘Mosaic’ approach to multiculturalism due to which, a mix of various sociological groups live in relative harmony in Canada. This comes in stark contrast to the ‘melting pot’ concept adopted by most countries where immigrants are expected to blend in and live in a manner that does not harm or affect the natural-born citizens of the country. Due to this, all immigrants can choose to live freely in Canada while practicing and expressing their cultures to whatever capacity the individual may deem fit.
In terms of economy, Canada has the right to boast, as it is one of the 10 largest economies of the world and the standard of living is also comparably higher in Canada compared to most other countries, it also secures decently high enough spot on the world happiness index.
Canada also spends the most per capita income on the advancement of education and is deemed to be one of the most educated countries in the industrialized world.
Health care is also given paramount importance in Canada, The universal health care system was adopted by the Canadian government in the 1960s which ensures that every province in Canada has a healthcare plan which can be availed by any and all residents of Canada. Under this, citizens of Canada will not need to pay out of their own pockets for health care visits to the hospital or to go see a doctor. Due to this Canada is said to have the 18th highest life expectancy for its citizens, in the world.
Due to the culmination of all the aforementioned reasons it is quite understandable that Canada is one of the safest countries to live in. Canada regularly ranks in the top ten safest places to live. According to the Global Peace Index 2018, Canada had ranked the 6th safest place in the world.
Now apart from all the logistical reasons as to why Canada would seem to be one of the best options to migrate to. We also cannot deny the surreal scenic beauty that Canada as a country has to offer for travelers and adventure junkies alike.
Thus when compiling all the things that Canada has to offer it won’t be a stretch to tell someone to make this decision with their eyes closed, as one may rarely go wrong when Canada is being brought into the question.