Canada is a country in the continent of North America with The United States of America as its sole neighbour. It is the world’s second largest country. It has one highest per capita incomes in the world. Agriculture, technology, manufacturing, etc. are some of the main sectors in Canada. It is a developed country with one of the world’s highest average income. It is a member of United Nations Organisation, Commonwealth of Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, G7, G20 and many other international organisations. Ottawa is the capital city. Canadian Dollar is the currency.
It is the largest English speaking country with tuition fees lower than that of the United States of America and The United Kingdom. With many US companies having their offices in Canada, the students get the opportunity to study various business management skills in action during their stay. The country is also a major hub for engineering, medical and Information Technology(IT) sectors. It is one of the world leaders in research and development, and incorporation of the same in the respective sectors. The presence of Japanese companies like Sony and Nintendo in Canada are also
game changers in the economy. Students can work for 20 hours per week during their study and for 30 hours during their vacation. If they get selected for employment in a company during their stay, they cannot their stay extended in Canada.
Canada is home to awe-inspiring natural wonders like The Niagara Falls, Gros Morne National Park, Vancouver’s Stanley Park, and Banff National Park and the Rocky Mountains. Students can see polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba.
Although food from all over the world is available in Canada, traditional Canadian food is worthwhile. Caesar cocktail is Canada’s national cocktail. Nanaimo Bar is a popular dessert, named after the city of Nanaimo in British Columbia.
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