Excellent Living Environment, Best Food Health, Multiculturalism and Equal Respect
Canada is the world's second largest country in terms of area. It has a lot of natural resources and a population of only 35 million. The annual average of PM2.5 in Canada is mostly below 10 micrograms/cubic meter. In the food safety rankings, Canada's food safety ranked first for two consecutive times. There are nearly 200 ethnic groups in Canada, with a total of about 100 different cultures. Canada is a model of multicultural coexistence and equality and mutual respect for all. Canadians advocate equality and attach great importance to their power and freedom. These equality, power and freedom are not changed by gender or race.
Excellent Educational Resources, Low Pressure to Enter a Higher Education, Low Educational Expenses, Excellent Educational Environment
Among the top 300 universities in the world, Canada has 11 universities, 5 of which are within 100. In 2019, the number of applicants for China's college entrance examination was 10.31 million. Canada does not have a college entrance examination system similar to China, and the mode of entering a higher education is not as pressured by China. It takes at least RMB 500,000 to RMB 1.3 million to raise a child in China to graduate from university. Before university in Canada, children’s education is free, and students can apply for student loans and scholarships while in university. Canadian education is closer to the needs of the local labor market, focusing on the cultivation of abilities, and students have many opportunities to apply what they have learned.
Good Medical System, Guaranteed Unemployment Insurance, Satisfactory Child Welfare
The government allocates approximately $4.8 billion Canadian dollars for job titles each year to health care benefits, which are shared by each Canadian on average. Except for dentistry and ophthalmology, patients do not have to pay for consultation fees, laboratory tests, hospitalization and surgery fees when visiting a doctor, but only for prescription drugs. Unemployment insurance is a temporary financial aid provided by the Canadian government to Canadian citizens or permanent residents after they become unemployed to help them find a job or get job training as soon as possible during the non-employment period. According to the income of each family, the maximum annual "milk fund" for children under the age of 6 is 6400 Canadian dollars per person, and the maximum annual amount is 5400 Canadian dollars for each child aged 6-17.
4711 Yonge Street, 10th Floor, Suite 10106
North York, Ontario