Start a new life of your dreams in the largest immigration country of the world

Since its foundation, Canada has been a home to immigrants harboring various languages, cultures and faith in unity and peace. According to Statistics Canada, 22% of the population consists of immigrants mostly from G8 countries. Most of the country’s foreign-born population lives in urban centers of the provinces of Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec and Alberta. Half of the population of major cities of Canada: Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal consist of immigrants. According to the 2016 Population Survey, over 250 different ethnic and cultural groups were identified in Canada. Canadian society is a role model in terms of embracing multiculturalism, welcoming and accepting new immigrants positively. Furthermore federal, and provincial governments and many NGOs offer numerous free services for newcomers that help with settlement and adaptation to social life of Canada.

Live in a peaceful country that has strong economy and high levels of prosperity.
Canada has the tenth largest economy, and the ninth largest consumer market in the world with its global commercial structure, and it is a member of OECD, G-7, G-8, and G-20. It has a low, stable inflation rate, and unemployment rate remains below 7%. In terms of oil and gas reserves Canada ranks at high levels in the world. Canada’s strong economy and high levels of prosperity are based on fundamental pillars, most important of which is its well-developed judicial system. Economic freedom, equal income distribution, and need for young population create wide range of employment opportunities for immigrants. Its low crime rate and safe living conditions make Canada an attractive destination for newcomers to settle. One of Canada’s economic targets is receiving eligible immigrants proportionate to 1% of its population each year. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada announced that over 1.3 million new permanent residents (431.645 new permanent residents in 2022, 447.055 in 2023, and 451.000 in 2024) will be welcomed to Canada as part of 2022-2024 immigration levels plan.


Anyone who is physically present in Canada is protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights. The Charter forms part of Canadian Constitution-the highest law in Canada-and had a major role in shaping today’s Canada. In summary, Charter of Rights include:

Fundamental freedoms

Everyone in Canada is free to practise any religion or no religion at all. We are also free to express religious beliefs through prayer or by wearing religious clothing for example. We are free to think our own thoughts, speak our minds, listen to views of others, and express our opinions in creative ways. We are also free to meet with anyone we wish and participate in peaceful demonstrations. This includes the right to protest against a government action or institution. The media also have certain fundamental freedoms and are free to print and broadcast news and other information.

Democratic Rights

Every Canadian citizen has the right to vote in elections and to run for public office themselves. There are certain exceptions. For example, people must be 18 years old or older in order to vote.

Mobility Rights

Canadian citizens have the right to enter, remain in, and leave Canada. Canadian citizens and permanent residents have the right to live or seek work anywhere in Canada. Governments in Canada cannot discriminate based on what province someone used to live or currently lives in.

Legal Rights

Include the right to be secure against unreasonable search and seizure; right to be treated fairly at every stage of the justice process; protection against unreasonable laws that could lead to imprisonment or harm their physical safety; rights after arrest; protection against cruel and unusual punishment; and rights in Court.

Equality Rights

Equality rights intended to ensure that everyone is treated with the same respect, dignity and consideration (i.e. without discrimination), regardless of personal characteristics such as race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age, or mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, residency, marital status or citizenship.

Official Language Rights

The Charter establishes that English and French are the official languages of the country and have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in all institutions of the Parliament and government of Canada.

Minority-Language Education Rights

Every province and territory have official language minority communities (French-speaking communities outside Quebec and English-speaking minorities in Quebec). The Charter guarantees minority language educational rights to French-speaking communities outside Quebec, and to English-speaking minorities in Quebec. It applies to all provinces and territories.

Have a peaceful and calm life in natural and green environments

Just like its population, Canada’s geography varies by region as there are prairies, continental, ocean, Mediterranean landscapes, and climates. Majority of Canada’s land consists of green areas. According to Statistics Canada, 87% – The proportion of households that reported they had a park or green space close to home in 2017. Among these, 85% visited one of these nearby parks or green spaces in 2017. Without a doubt, the untouched natural beauty, and wildlife of Canada are the answers to the question of “Why Canada?”. Even the most metropolitan cities of Canada are designed as modern, calm, and natural living areas.