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About Canada


Why Canada?


Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometers (3.85 million square miles), making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Its southern and western border with the United States, stretching 8,891 kilometers (5,525 mi), is the world's longest bi-national land border. Canada's capital is Ottawa, and its three largest metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.

Canada happens to be one of the favorite choices for immigrants from all over the world. The reasons for such popularity are not that hard to find. This country unarguably combines two of strangely different things – laid back rural lifestyle merging with urban efficiency – in a unique manner.

Canada is a place where you can achieve the much-coveted work-life balance while attaining professional growth at the same time. Canada also does a great job of ensuring education and healthcare facilities of incredible quality for everyone in the family.

Canada is considered and always been a multicultural country in the world. It is well known as a country that accepts diversity and depends heavily on immigration for its population growth. The largest groups of immigrants that come to Canada are from Asian and Middle Eastern countries.

Canada is protected against the xenophobic discourse that is blooming around the world. Canadians are defined as the citizens of a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society since historically most of them have emigrated from various parts of the world. 



While cold temperatures may immediately come to mind when thinking of Canada, weather here varies widely depending on where you live. After all, Canada is a huge country, stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean and covering five time zones. Canada's most southern tip lines up with northern California and the northernmost regions stretch beyond the Arctic Circle. Canada has four distinct seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. The climate and intensity of these seasons vary across the country. 

Winter temperatures can get as low as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 40 degrees Celsius) in the interior provinces.

Spring is a beautiful time to visit Canada. Everything comes alive again after the winter, and temperatures start o rise. Spring comes first on the west coast in February and ramps up in the other parts of the country in late March and April and lasts until June. Temperatures range from 19 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 7 to 19 degrees Celsius). 

Summer temperatures can range from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (20 to 27 degrees Celsius) in some regions. While humidity is at its peak in the summer months, it is still very comfortable in most regions. 

Fall is the best time to visit Canada for the perfectly cool temps, beautiful fall foliage and less crowds. Temperatures can go from an average low of 27 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 3 degrees Celsius) in November to an average high of 66 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius) in September.



As one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and the second largest in the world in terms of land mass, Canada has endless activities and unique experiences for visitors.

Spanning two oceans, multiple mountain ranges, and supporting a spectacular amount of wildlife, Canada promises countless opportunities for outdoor fun.


  • Take a road trip: The Icefields Parkway is widely regarded as one of Canada’s most breathtaking stretches of road. 


  • Go on an adventure: Camping is a popular Canadian activity and one you shouldn't miss out on; Taking on the rugged but well-maintained trails in Canada on a mountain bike.


  • Take on the waters: Explore Moraine Lake by canoeing and absorb the sights of one of the most photographed places in Canada.


  • Take on the waters: Explore Moraine Lake by canoeing and absorb the sights of one of the most photographed places in Canada.


  • Have fun in the snow: When summer starts to dwindle, it’s time to dust of your skis or snowboard and get ready to carve your way around Canada’s mountainous playground. Skiers will fall in love with the soft powder, scenic runs and smooth slopes of Canada.


  • Prepare to explore the trails: The Canadian landscape beckons explorers to take the trails and uncover nature at its finest.


  • Indulge in tourist activities: There’s plenty that’s off the beaten path in Canada, but even the activities well-cemented on the tourist radar are worth visiting. The Horseshoe Falls in Niagara Falls is the most powerful waterfall and is renowned worldwide.


  • Get back to nature: Emerge in all things Canada by embracing the great outdoors — regardless of the season — and appreciating all the glorious nature this country has to offer. Canada's location and minimal light pollution makes it a perfect place to view the Northern Lights.


  • Meet the wild animals: With Canada’s wide-open spaces, it’s no surprise that it’s a land flush with wildlife. Some of the most exciting animal spotting include entering the personal space of some of earth’s great beasts. Visit Canada during October to November to witness the annual polar bear trek.


  • Culture and Identity: Canadian identity refers to the unique culture, characteristics and condition of being Canadian, as well as the many symbols and expressions that set Canada and Canadians apart from other peoples and cultures of the world. In its broadest sense, Canadian culture is a mixture of British, French, and American influences, all of which blend and sometimes compete in every aspect of cultural life, from filmmaking and writing to cooking and playing sports.


  • Quality of Life: Does Canada have the best quality of life? The rest of the world agrees. Now, for the fifth consecutive year, Canada has ranked #1 in the world for the best quality of life in 2020. U.S. News surveyed 20,000 global citizens and asked them to judge 73 different countries on 75 different attributes in order to come up with the ranking.


Canada was named the best country in the world for the high quality of life and social function. It was also rated top in terms of the job market, human rights, and dedication towards social justice.