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  • Most Immigrants Believe In The “Canadian Dream”

    A Harris poll of 2,766 adults who live in Canada which was conducted in October 2015 has discovered that the “Canadian Dream” is alive and well.

     

    The survey results were released on December 16, 2015, and revealed that 86% of Canada’s residents believe in the Canadian Dream, which was defined as possessing a good-paying job in Canada that one likes, having enough free time available to enjoy life, and being a homeowner.

     

    The October 2015 Harris poll also discovered that 87% of people born in Canada believe in the Canadian Dream, while 91% of people who immigrate to Canada think the Canadian Dream is a reality.

     

    Furthermore, the survey discovered that 89% of all people who live in Canada, regardless of where they were born, consider the Canadian Dream as something they desire, with 77% saying they think they can achieve the Canadian Dream during their lifetime.

     

    Additionally, 58% of all respondents indicated that they think they are already living the Canadian Dream.

     

    When residents born in Canada were asked in the Harris poll what motivates people to pursue Canadian immigration, 95% said they thought immigrants wanted their families to have a better future, while 82% believed people immigrate to Canada seeking economic opportunities.

     

    What is your Canadian Dream? Would you like to find a good-paying job in Canada or, perhaps, start your own business? Do you and your family want to become Canadian homeowners? Are you searching for educational opportunities for yourself of your family? Do you want to live in a beautiful, peaceful country that welcomes immigrants with open arms? Would you like to become a citizen of Canada and obtain a Canadian passport?

     

    As these survey results strongly suggest, you and your family have a very good chance of making your Canadian Dream a reality if you immigrate to Canada.

     

    To learn if you are likely to meet the eligibility requirements for Canadian immigration, click here!  

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