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  • Canada Has the Best Quality of Life in the World!

    Are you and your family looking for a higher standard of living and better opportunities in life? If you answered “Yes” to that question, then you may want to move to Canada! Why? According to the Best Countries Report 2017, which was published in March 2017, Canada is considered to be the world’s top country for quality of life and the #2 best country overall. This study was jointly published by the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, US News and World Report, and BAV Consulting. Surveys were administered in 80 countries to around 21,000 people consisting of business leaders, average individuals and “informed elites” who were asked to evaluate countries based on nine key categories: quality of life, citizenship, entrepreneurship, being open for business, cultural influence, power, heritage, and adventure. Canada was ranked #1 in the world for quality of life in 2017 and when all nine of these categories were taken as a whole, Canada came in second place (behind Switzerland).

     

    The Best Countries Report 2017 found that people who live in Canada tend to enjoy a better quality of life than the residents of such developed countries as Sweden, Denmark, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Finland, The Netherlands, New Zealand, and Germany, as well as 70 other countries that were evaluated in this large study. Of course, the people who live in Canada already know what this large global survey discovered. They live in one of the most beautiful countries on Earth which has one of the world’s strongest economies and they are among the most prosperous people on the planet. Canadian citizens and permanent residents receive free healthcare and they have access to a variety of excellent educational opportunities. People who live in Canada are generally friendly, polite and welcoming of immigrants from around the globe, which makes sense, because a large percentage of the Canadian population is foreign-born. No wonder 300,000 people from around the globe move to Canada each year!

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