Canada

Canada

Canadians had realized the value of education; therefore, they had developed a first class educational system according to high standards.

Canada is considered one of the top countries to live in. between the years (1994-2002) Canada had gained high potentials in life expectancy as a result of their healthcare system, along with their low levels of violence and crime. Major cities such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are famous of being the most prestigious cities of the world in both cultural and life style wise.

Canadians indulge in a rather comfortable lifestyle, more than 65% owns houses, and even higher percentage benefits of the healthcare system and the social security system.

Entertaining vary from the complex radio systems that expands to more than 1000 radio station AM and FM, and approximately 719 TV station that broadcasts 24/7, along with museums, theaters, musicals, parties and exhibits.

Also, Canada facilitates immigration with a policy that hosts different cultures and respect different orientations.

Canada is mostly associated with cold weather and snow, but generally Canadians do enjoy 4 seasons especially in cities that are close to the American boarders. Temperature can reach in summer 35C or go down to 25C below zero in winter. Mild weather is expected in both spring and autumn.

Canadians can still work under this low temperature due to the fact that houses, schools, offices and even transportation are built to cope with such conditions.

Though Canadian educational system is not free, but it is rather affordable. The cost of the international student programs in a literature or science fields per one year is 12.000 CD.

The academic year (8 months) at a university costs between 7.000-20.000 CD Other community colleges cost between 6.000 – 13.000 CD

One of the conditions to get a student visa is to prove the financial capability to cover the cost of living and tuition fees. a student needs yearly 12.000 CD for food, accommodation, health insurance, books, clothing and transportation.

Note that accommodations and health insurance should be done beforehand and if the student is coming from warm weather countries should take into consideration other expenses for warm clothing.

About four-fifths of the population lives within 150 kilometers (93 mi) of the United States border. Approximately 80 percent of Canadians live in urban areas concentrated in the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor, the British Columbia Lower Mainland, and the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor in Alberta. Canada spans latitudinally from the 83rd parallel north to the 41st parallel north, and approximately 95% of the population is found below the 55th parallel north. In common with many other developed countries, Canada is experiencing a demographic shift towards an older population, with more retirees and fewer people of working age. In 2006, the average age was 39.5 years

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