9 Reasons to Immigrate to Canada

Learn why Canada is a top destination for immigrations.


High Rating by United Nations:
Canada has been rated by the United Nations as one of the best places to live in the World, based upon various factors such as standard of living, environment, and other factors.


Clean Environment:
Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world, with a population of only 30 million. As such, much of its land is unspoiled by industrial development, and it has some of the cleanest and purest air, water, and natural resources in the world,


Excellent Health Care:
Canada has one of the best Health Care systems in the world, at nominal cost. Canadian Health Care is among the best in the world.


Excellent education system:
Education is free until Grade 12, and University tuition for permanent residents is usually 1/3 to 1/5 the Foreign student fees. Unlike other countries, where private schools are the only way to ensure that a child gets a good education, Canada's public school system provides excellent Elementary and Secondary school education. Graduates from Secondary school are eligible to apply to the best Universities in the USA as well as Canada.


Established Asian community:
Canada's Asian communities have been established for over 100 years, and 2 of the 5 largest Asian communities outside Asia are in Toronto and Vancouver. In Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, there is access to Chinese newspapers, Television, radio, groceries, and some of the best Chinese restaurants in the World.


Racial harmony and equal opportunities:
Canada is a multicultural society, built up over the past 130 years by immigrants from all over the world. Asians have played a big part in this, and as a result, there are equal opportunities in Education, business, investments, and even politics.


Safe neighbourhoods:
In general, Canada has safe neighbourhoods where people can feel safe to walk alone at night, and it is considered to be much safer than other countries.


Close to the USA:
Canada has strong ties to the USA, for business, school, and technology. Under the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian citizens have access to the US for careers as well as business.


Best for Children 's Future:
Because of all of the above, Canada is the Best Choice for your children's future

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Prince Edward Island

About PEI

As a compact urban core in a cradle of rural lands and the sea, PEI offers both convenience and serenity. You can feel as connected, or disconnected to the rest of the world as you wish.

Enjoying all the things that Prince Edward Island offers is as easy as stepping outside the door. From exploring the diverse landscapes to visiting the home Lucy Maud Montgomery made famous in telling the stories of Anne of Green Gables there is no shortage of interesting things to do.

Prince Edward Island is not just about lobster and potatoes; our business environment provides many opportunities for investment and success. Expanding or relocating in Prince Edward Island can be done quickly and we can have you up and running much more rapidly than most North American jurisdictions. Access to decision and policy makers is not possible in larger centres and because of our small size, our partnerships with postsecondary institutions allow businesses to customize programs to meet their skills training needs.

All levels of government work together seamlessly, making immigration and investment a viable option.

Leard more about PEI below

  • Climate

    In November and December temperatures are normally from 5°C to −5°C. From December to April P.E.I. has many storms and blizzards. Once the ice has melted, the temperatures rise until spring begins, in late April or early May. In May most of the precipitation is a continuous drizzle. The summer is mild and humid in July and August with temperatures 15° to 20°C, and sometimes reaching 30°C.

  • Economy

    Many of the province's coastal communities rely upon shellfish harvesting, particularly lobster fishing as well as oyster fishing and mussel farming.

    The provincial government provides consumer protection in the form of regulation for certain items, ranging from apartment rent increases to petroleum products including gas, diesel, propane and heating oil. These are all regulated through the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (IRAC).IRAC is authorised to limit the number of companies who are permitted to sell petroleum products.