My name is Svetlana Vila; I am a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant , a member of Immigration Consultants Of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) with more than seven years of experience in legal industry. My general practice as RCIC and my personal experience as an immigrant allow me to help my clients around the world to come to Canada for many reasons, including to: work, study, reunite with families, live permanently, visit friends or seek for a refugee. Before making the most important step and making a decision to come to Canada, let me to give you information about one of the best country. Why Canada is one of the best places to visit or to live? There are many reasons for this nomination, and I would like to introduce you to some of those below.
Canada is multicultural country with a big diversity of nationalities, religions and cultures. Multiculturalism exists when people accept and encourage many cultures to thrive in a society. Multiculturalism can lead to many great outcomes, including racial and ethnic harmony, which simply means that people from different backgrounds get along well together. Living with and accepting different cultures helps us understand each other and discourage hatred and violence.
Canada is a member of the G8, which is made up of the top eight industrialized Nations. It also holds membership in the G20. Canada has a strong and stable currency, the Canadian Dollar. In recent years, the Canadian currency has increased significantly in value in relation to the United State’s Dollar. Canada’s economy has three main types of industries.
There are three levels of government in Canada; National, Provincial and Municipal. Each has its own responsibility to provide those services necessary to ensure the proper running of the territories under their care and also to the populations who live there. The National, Provincial and Municipal governments each employ a sizeable staff which works to effectively and efficiently deliver those services.
Canada’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Chris Alexander announced today. 103,999 study permits were issued from January to September this year, an 11-percent increase from the same period in 2013 (93,717) and a 26-percent increase for the same period in 2012 (84,207). More than half of international students entering Canada in 2013 were citizens of the following five countries: the People’s Republic of China (29,414), India (13,758), South Korea (7,284), France (7,045) and the United States (4,847).
The new CNC centre will provide newcomer parents with child care services while they take advantage of settlement programs. Located at Windsor's Unemployed Help Centre, CNC provides onsite child care for newcomers who want to take advantage of long-term settlement services, such as language training or to access child care for brief periods, in order to attend appointments or participate in short-term settlement programming. The settlement services ensure newcomers are able to contribute to the Canadian economy more quickly and achieve success in the labour market. The Unemployed Help Centre is a non-profit charitable organization that provides various programs and services, such as employment, educational and career counselling in the Windsor and Essex County areas.