Study in Canada

About Canada

Canada is a North American country situated right above the USA. Canada has ten provinces and three territories spread over 9.98 million square km, which makes Canada the second largest country in the world, in terms of area. Canada is a federal parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy.
All the details aside, Canada is a beautiful northern country with extreme weather and a warm bunch of people. Canada is known for its maple syrup, warm people, and snowy mountains. It is a part of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Francophonie, and the United Nations among various other international organizations. Canada is a big country and holds influence over the world in terms of Economy, culture, politics and technology.

Geography:

study in Canada geography

Canada covers a large portion of the North American continent. Due to its unique location, the Canadian climate is a bit towards the extreme end. The temperatures have known to dip below -40 degrees Celsius in winters and the average temperature in winters is around -15 degrees Celsius. But summer in Canada is known to be pleasant at around 20 degrees Celsius. The world’s northernmost civilisation i.e. the Canadian Forces Station Alert is in Canada. For Indian students, adjusting to the winters may take a small while but the weather does grow on you.

Canada is known for its snowy peaks and beautiful landscapes. But what most people are not aware of is that Canada is the country with the highest area covered by freshwater lakes. These lakes are stunningly maintained by the Canadian government as tourist attractions and natural resources. This makes it even more lucrative to study abroad in Canada.

Travelling :

study in Canada travelling

Canada has a very well developed transit system in place which makes travelling in Canada a breeze. Canada has a multimodal transport system, which means that the Canadian government has put in effort to develop multiple modes of transport for public transit.

The roadways are well maintained and if you are eligible to drive, travelling by roadways is a real pleasure in Canada. The distances are large due to the size of the country and hence, roadways may not always be a good option.

The Canadian railways are well developed and cover most of the country and its remote areas as well. The railways cover over 72,000 km of Canada. The rail services are effective and practical for long distance journeys within Canada. Similarly, Airways are also a good option for long distance journeys in shorter time spans. However, the costs involved may be a deterrent for the choice.

Religion:

Canada is known to be religiously diverse and open to all faiths. The state of Canada officially is committed to religious pluralism.

 

Main Religious Denominations in Canada

 

1991

2001

2011

Number

 %

Number

 %

Number

 %

Total Population

26,944,040

 

29,639,035

 

32,852,320

 

Christian

22,503,360

83

22,851,825

77

22,102,700

67.3

No Religious Affiliation

3,397,000

12.6

4,900,095

16.5

7,850,605

23.9

Muslim

253,265

0.9

579,645

2.0

1,053,945

3.2

Hindu

157,010

0.6

297,200

1.0

497,960

1.5

Sikh

147,440

0.5

278,415

0.9

454,965

1.4

Buddhist

163,415

0.6

300,345

1.0

366,830

1.1

Jewish

318,185

1.2

329,990

1.1

329,495

1.0

 With such a diverse population, living in Canada is no hassle. Similarly the work environment in Canada is also quite flexible due to various cultures coming together.

Politics and Economy:

Canada is the tenth largest Economy in the world which makes it a highly influential country and one the top players in the Global markets. Canada boasts of a nominal GDP of approximately US$1.52 trillion, and is a part of various power blocs. Canada enjoys strong ties with America and Mexico as a part of NAFTA( North American Free Trade Agreement.)

Canada has a strong foothold in the manufacturing, mining and service industries. Which is the reason that Canada’s average household disposable income per capita is over US$23,900. Canada has a really strong economy and stronger diplomatic ties. With a politically strong cabinet, Canada holds strong diplomatic ties with not just its neighbouring countries but also with the rest of the world. Canadian government is one of the finest functional governments in the world. Canada maintains a high employment rate through its strong educational system. Canada has an excellent network of high schools. Due to the high quality of education the graduate and post graduate degrees from Canada are Coveted.

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