Welcome To Canada

More in depth about Canada By: Makisha

Why Come To Canada?

First let's who else has came to Canada?


See how many people have come to Canada. They have came for a reason lets see what those reasons are in this presentation.

What is Family Class, Economic, Temporary Foreign Workers, Refugees?

Family Class, Economic , Temporary Foreign Workers, Refugees are the type of immigrants that come to Canada.

What is the most type of immigrants that come to Canada?

The most type of immigrants that come to canada are Economic Class. To be qualified for a Economic immigrant there are 6 main points that need to be accomplished and many sub-factors that need to be accomplished.

The a few of the 6 main points that need to be accomplished are:


  • At Least 1 years of continuous full-time employment experience/ equivalent of part time job
  • Who has had a successful business / has been in a high level management position in in a private or government job in the past 2-5 years

What is the least type of immigrants that come to Canada?

The least type of immigrants that come to Canada as refugees. The program that Canada provides to refugees is called Resettlement Assistance Program. This program is used to help refugees to get their life up and running.

This program includes:

  • Welcoming at the point of entry
  • temporary housing
  • Help to find permanent housing
  • Other settlement services, including financial assistance

How clean is Canada?

Canada is a very clean country. Canada is in the 3rd place behind Finland and Norway. Canada uses alot of different types of Clean Energy.

How Good is Canada's health care?

Canada have excellent health care. All cost of your health care will be FREE. The Canadian government will cover all costs of your medical bill. But the only thing you need is a Health Card. You will be able to get your health card within 3 months of permanently living in Canada. The great health care service mostly reflects on the very high living standard that Canada has.
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Health Care cost compared to other Countries

Compared to other countries Canada has a medium health care cost. But, the Canadian government has paid all of those bills. Unlike the other countries where the clients are having to pay all of their medical bills. Since the Canadian government pays all of your medical bills there is no reason for you to not to have a healthy life.

Is spending money on education in Canada worth it?

Canada has a high academic standards, that you will be learning in a high-quality education that will open doors for your future and benefit your career over the long term. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries such as the USA and the United Kingdom. As such, Canada is often the preferred choice for students attending college or university.
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Can immigrants of Canada have the equal amount of education as a Canadian?

As you can see from the graph there are about 51% of immigrants that have a University Degree from Canada. Also, only 19% of the Canadians have a University Degree from Canada. In fact, this percentage is only for ages from 25 to 64. This comes to show that anyone can get a High-Quality education in Canada. No matter if you are a immigrant, Canadian, a teen, an adult, or a senior everyone had the right to learn and to get an excellent education in Canada.

Can I learn new languages easily?

Canada is a bilingual country and is considered as a world leader in language training. Since, teaching French and English as a first and second language as a part of the Canadian education, you will be able to improve your fluency and capacity for either language as you get further into your studies.

Will you feel safe in Canada?

While you may have heard of or experienced Canadians’ friendly and open nature, you may not have known that the United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. As an immigrant in Canada, you will enjoy all of the same freedoms which protect Canadians - respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.
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Rates of Assault around the World

As you can see, Canada has the least rate of assault compared to other countries around the world as of 2014.

What kind of jobs are available in Canada?

There are many types of jobs in Canada. Jobs are available for high-educated, low-educated, uneducated. But, the higher your education is, you have more of a chance to get the dream job of yours. But, for low-educated or even uneducated there are many jobs available in Canada for you to start working.

Primary, Secondary, Tertiary

  1. The primary sector of the economy is the sector of an economy direct use of natural resources. This includes agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining. This is connected with the secondary sector.
  2. The secondary sector of the economy is the economy that includes light and heavy industrial manufacturers of finished goods and products from raw materials. Businesses that make up the secondary industry often require machinery to operate.
  3. The tertiary sector of the economy (also known as the service sector or the service industry) is one of the three economic sectors, the others being the secondary sector (approximately the same as manufacturing) and the primary sector (agriculture, fishing, and extraction such as mining).

How is the money coming from taxes being used?

In Canada, the federal, provincial and municipal governments collect money from individuals and companies to help pay for government programs and services, such as roads, public utilities, schools, health care, economic development and cultural activities.

What are the different types of taxes in Canada?

There are different types of tax applied by these levels of government on consumers, wage earners, and businesses. The basic types of taxes include:


  • Income tax obtain from an individual's employment or a corporation's business revenues;
  • Consumer (retail or sales taxes) and Excise taxes, charge on the production, sale, or consumption of goods and services
  • Property taxes, obtain from the sale and transfer of property
  • Import / Export, based on the movement of goods across borders


The amount of tax each Canadian pays depends on a number of factors including:



  • Your employment income (how much you earn)
  • Where you live (your province, city, and whether you own or rent)
  • What deductions you are eligible to declare (amounts you can subtract from your income to reduce your taxable income)
  • The products you consume and the consumption taxes associated with those products

The Economy of Canada


Canada is one of the wealthiest attests of the world; the gross domestic product of Canada is about 1432,140 billion us dollars. So Canada is ranked 14 worldwide GDP wise. In purchasing power parity, Canada is up to 1265,838 billion dollars that means Canada is raked 13th place worldwide.

Can I start a Small Business?

There are many types of business you can start right now. Sole Proprietorship, Partnerships, Corporations, Provincial or Territorial Incorporation, Co-operatives. These are the most types of business that are started.

What is a Sole Proprietorship? What are the pros and cons?

With this type of business organization, you would be fully responsible for all debts and obligations related to your business and all profits would be yours alone to keep. As a solo owner of the business, a creditor can make a claim against your personal or business assets to pay off any debt.

Pros:

  • Easy and inexpensive to form a solo proprietorship (you will only need to register your business name provincially, except in Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Relatively low cost to start your business
  • Lowest amount of regulatory burden
  • Direct control of decision making
  • Minimal working capital required to start-up
  • Tax advantages if your business is not doing well, for example, deducting your losses from your personal income, lower tax bracket when profits are low, and so on
  • All profits will go to you directly

Cons:

  • Unlimited liability (if you have business debts,personal assets would be used to pay off the debt)
  • Income would be taxable at your personal rate and, if your business is profitable, this may put you in a higher tax bracket
  • Lack of continuity for your business, if you need to be absent
  • Difficulty raising capital on your own

What is a Partnership business? What are the advantages and disadvantages?

A partnership is a good business structure if you want to carry on a business with a partner and you do not wish to incorporate your business. With a partnership, financial resources are combined and put into the business. You can establish the terms of your business with your partner and protect yourself in case of a disagreement or dissolution by drawing up a specific business agreement. As partners, you would share in the profits of your business according to the terms of your agreement.


You may also be interested in a limited liability partnership in the business. This means that you would not take part in the control or management of the business, but would be liable for debts to a specified extent only.


When establishing a partnership, you should have a partnership agreement drawn up with the assistance of a lawyer, to ensure that:

  • You are protecting your interests
  • That you have clearly established the terms of the partnership with regards to issues like profit sharing, dissolving the partnership, and more
  • That you meet the legal requirements for a limited partnership (if applicable)

Advantages:

  • Easy to start-up a partnership
  • Start-up costs would be shared equally with you and your partner
  • Equal share in the management, profits and assets
  • Tax advantage, if income from the partnership is low or loses money (you and your partner include your share of the partnership in your individual tax return)

Disadvantages:

  • Similar to sole proprietorship, as there is no legal difference between you and your business
  • Unlimited liability (if you have business debts, personal assets would be used to pay off the debt)
  • Hard to find a suitable partner
  • Possible development of conflict between you and your partner
  • You are held financially responsible for business decisions made by your partner (for example, contracts that are broken)

What is a Corporation business? What are the advantages and disadvantages?

Another type of business structure is incorporation. Incorporation can be done at the federal or provincial/territorial level. When you incorporate your business, it is considered to be a legal entity that is separate from the shareholders. As a shareholder of a corporation, you will not be personally liable for the debts, obligations or acts of the corporation. When making such decisions, it is always wise to seek legal advice before incorporating.

Advantages:

  • Limited liability
  • Ownership is transferable
  • Continuous existence
  • Separate legal entity
  • Easier to raise capital
  • Possible tax advantage as taxes may be lower for an incorporated business

Disadvantages:

  • A corporation is closely regulated
  • More expensive to incorporate than a partnership or sole proprietorship
  • Extensive corporate records required, including shareholder and director meetings, and documentation filed annually with the government
  • Possible conflict between shareholders and directors
  • Possible problem with residency of directors

What is a Co-operation business? What are the pros and cons?

The last business structure you could create is a co-operative. With a co-operative, you would have a business that would be owned by an association of members. This is the least common form of business, but can be appropriate in situations where a group of persons or businesses decide to pool their resources to provide access to common needs, such as the delivery of products or services, the sale of products or services, employment, and more.

Pros:

  • Owned and controlled by members
  • Democratic control (one member, one vote)
  • Limited liability
  • Profit distribution

Cons:

  • Possible conflict between members
  • Longer decision-making process
  • Participation of members needed for success
  • Extensive record keeping
  • Less incentive to invest additional capital

Is there Income Assistance in Canada?

In Canada the governments at the federal, provincial and municipal level help people who are unable to provide for themselves and their families. Special programs help people in different circumstances, such as: raising children (Child Tax Benefits), retirement (Canada Pension/Quebec Pension, Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement), job-related injuries (Workers' Compensation), the loss of a job (Employment Insurance), longer-term unemployment (Social Assistance).

What can I go to places on?

Canada can provide Airplane Services, Train Services, Bus Services, Ferry Services, Car Services, Taxis, or you could bike, or walk if is a close destination.

Air

Due to Canada’s large size, people often travel between major cities by airplane. All main cities have airports with regularly scheduled flights to and from many places. If you are travelling to a place that does not have a main airport (for example, a town or rural area), then you will need to fly to the nearest main airport and either rent a car or take a bus to your final stop. To fly in Canada, you need a piece of photo identification issued by the federal, provincial or territorial government in Canada, or a foreign passport.

Rail

Canada’s rail network runs across the country, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the east to Vancouver and Prince Rupert, British Columbia, in the west. Trains in Canada are safe and comfortable. It is often cheaper to buy train tickets in advance.

Bus

Catching a bus can be the cheapest way of travelling between cities. It is often the only way of getting to smaller towns if you are not driving a car. Remember that bus travel can be very long due to the great distances involved. Most buses have air conditioning and a washroom on board. You can get more information and buy bus tickets by calling or visiting your local bus station.

Ferry

In coastal areas of Canada such as British Columbia and the Atlantic region, ferry boats are a common way to travel. Many ferries transport both passengers and vehicles.You can get more information and buy tickets from ferry companies that operate routes in your area.

Car

Canada has a large network of highways, making long distance travel by car possible between most destinations. For more information on cars and driving, see http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/after-transportation-driving.asp.

Imports and Exports of Canada

Canada is the 10th largest exporter and 12th largest importer in the world. Although Canada is heavily involved in international trade, the US is by far its largest and most important trade partner. In 2009, 75.02 percent of Canadian exports were directed to the US, while 51.1 percent of imports came from the US.


Are you Convinced??

Are you finally convinced to come to Canada you have heard all of the goods and bad`s of Canada. Hopefully, the next thing you do today is to book a ticket to Canada.