SECURITY AND BENEFITS

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THE SAFEST PLACE TO LIVE
Canada has a reputation as a safe, fair and peaceful society. The crime rate fell throughout the 1990s. Canada is the safest of the G-8 countries in which to live.

A WORLD OF EXCELLENT EDUCATION
Education is free for citizens and permanent residents, from kindergarten through to the end of high school. The total cost of university education in Canada is significantly lower for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident than for an international student.

UNIVERSAL PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM
The public health system provides Canadian residents with high standards of health care. In 2006 the Canadian public health system was ranked number 2 in the world (2006 Global Competitiveness Index). Every permanent resident is eligible for treatment under this system.

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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.

The life expectancy of Canadians is 80,2. The life expectancy of our American neighbours is 77,8 years.

The life expectancy of Canadians is 80,2. The life expectancy of our American neighbours is 77,8 years.
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The life expectancy of Canadians is 80,2. The life expectancy of our American neighbours is 77,8 years.

The most southerly point of Canada, Point Pelee in Ontario is further south than Rome (Italy) while the most northerly point on Ellesmere Island is close to the North Pole.

The most southerly point of Canada, Point Pelee in Ontario is further south than Rome (Italy) while the most northerly point on Ellesmere Island is close to the North Pole.
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The most southerly point of Canada, Point Pelee in Ontario is further south than Rome (Italy) while the most northerly point on Ellesmere Island is close to the North Pole.

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.

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.

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.).

The province of Quebec is home to the world’s largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.

The province of Quebec is home to the world's largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.
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The province of Quebec is home to the world's largest hydroelectricity producer: Hydro-Quebec.

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.

Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP).

Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada's gross domestic product (GDP).
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Foreign trade represents more than two thirds of Canada's gross domestic product (GDP).

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.