CITIES

From sea to sea, from the Atlantic to the Pacific

MONTREAL
Internationally recognized as a city with a North American life style and a touch of European culture, Montreal is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, famous for its high standards of living. Strategically situated close to the border with the USA on the majestic St. Lawrence River, Montreal has a dynamic economy where businesses start and prosper.

TORONTO
Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest city and is at the forefront of the country’s economy. It is Canada’s trade and manufacturing capital. Its diverse and growing economy offers great business opportunities. Toronto is ranked as one of the best cities in the world in which to live.

CALGARY
With the highest per capita income and the lowest taxes in Canada, Calgary is a prosperous city with a dynamic go-getting core. It is the largest city in the Province of Alberta and the region that has seen the fastest economic growth in the country in recent years. It is one of the world’s most important centres of the oil industry.

VANCOUVER
One of the most beautiful and pleasant to live in cities in the world, it is Canada’s access to the Pacific and the Asian markets. Vancouver boasts the largest port and transcontinental terminal in Canada. It is the economic centre of British Columbia and one of Canada’s major industrial centres.

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North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which includes Mexico, the United States and Canada, is the world’s largest trading block.

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which includes Mexico, the United States and Canada, is the world's largest trading block.
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North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which includes Mexico, the United States and Canada, is the world's largest trading block.

The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.

The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.
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The quality of Canadian universities is recognised throughout the world. Students from all over the world choose to study in Canada.

Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.

Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.
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Immigrants are responsible for two thirds of the growth of the Canadian population.

According to the World Economic Forum, Canada has the most reliable banking system in the world.

According to the World Economic Forum, Canada has the most reliable banking system in the world.
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According to the World Economic Forum, Canada has the most reliable banking system in the world.

Canada has the world’s longest coastline (243.792 Km.).

Canada has the world's longest coastline (243.792 Km.).
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Canada has the world's longest coastline (243.792 Km.).

Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.

Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.
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Fifty (50) percent of new Canadian companies are created by women.

A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.

A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.
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A low inflation rate combined with a solid currency make Canada a preferred destination for business.

Financial analysis company Moody’s places Canada first in the world for financial stability.

Financial analysis company Moody's places Canada first in the world for financial stability.
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Financial analysis company Moody's places Canada first in the world for financial stability.

Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.

Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.
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Immigrants to Canada do not lose their original nationality.

Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.

Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.
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Of the 20 largest cities in Canada, 17 are no more than one and a half hours by road from the United States.